Eyes wide shut

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  1. antoniloskot

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    Comments & Critique wellcome :)
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    Thats freakin' awesome man!
    Were those eyes painted on the walls?
     
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    This is really cool!
     
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    This picture is very interesting! Nice job. =)
     
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    This is very interesting. I really like it even tho' it seems a bit sinister! Great work.
     
  6. antoniloskot

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    The background, is a one of the paintings that surrounds the "Witkacy Theater" in Zakopane > Mountain Village in southern Poland. There are a lot of strange paintings, on the walls and bulidings nearby the Theater. I was looking for a way to show those big black eyes, and figured out it will by funny way to show them, with a girl standing in front of them ... that's how the idea came out.
     
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    Great shot and good eye....lol.
     
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    I like the idea, a lot. But somehow it seems a bit off. I know you're connecting the girl and the eyes, but it doesn't grab me immediately. Maybe it's just me. Maybe the girl is too much to the right, or her head should be bigger (or that door has to go). I know, this isn't helping...








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  9. Digital Matt

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    Excellent job. It's very difficult to make a picture with a large out of focus foreground obstruction work, but your subject matter works perfectly here.
     
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    I like the shot, but I feel that if she was standing directly in the middle of the eyes, it would be better.
     
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    Good shot.. i like it... welcome to the forum :thumbup:
     
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    being on center all the time is boring. it seems to me people want to critique on that just to say somthings wrong with it. if you feel otherwise you'd better start taking a transit with you everywhere you shoot and get it perfect! j/k. i like it, especially how its slightly off center. it lends to the imperfections and texture of the scene, it looks kind of gritty. eets gooood.
     

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