Fine Dining Noir

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  1. terriwu

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    Domaine Chandon, Napa County after the main course.

    Holga 120S, Tri-X 400.

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  2. MDowdey

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    terri,

    your work is a constant inspiration to me...i love all your shots so far!!


    md
     
  3. photong

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    I just like the long shadows and the way the glass of whatever looks. the background doesn't appeal to me. i can't tell whats ging on, who's there...i want to see more table...the background is distracting me.

    what kind of lighting was there?
     
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    Wow, thats a really moody shot if you ask me.
     
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    i really like this. to me it feels very '20s for some reason, maybe because of the elegance.

    well done! :)
     
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    I never noticed the background until it was pointed out.
    The photo works for me and the background is insignificant and offers no distraction when viewed on my monitor.

    I like how the interplay on light compliments the focal point, the goblet. The shadow is a set of lines that converge at the point of main interrest. In fact, the shadow, spoon and fork selects the goblet as the the focal point.
     
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    the lighting and shadows were done quite well and the background really is not an issue for me. To be honest it feels like this image only captured half of the story and leaves me feeling a little like something is missing.... perhaps the rest of the story.
     

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