Monochromic

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  1. WNK

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    My still lifes dont normally turn out well... I'm open to criticisms or suggestions on my Monochromatic Theme...

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    YELLOW
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    GREEN
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    Bump?
     
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    Yeah, interesting shots. Green is good, yellow is good and orange is ok, but I'm not a fan of where the focus lies in the middle. The red one however, is a bit sad compared to the others. You've got too many other colours in the scene, especially the white detail on the mug - also the focus is a bit off. In the yellow one, there's a thing which needs cropping out on the top LHS of the frame.

    Good idea though, the green especially is great.
     
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    Thanks for your thoughts, Rob... I felt the Red was a bit "off" but couldnt place why... it really is obvious -- too many other colors. You've got a good eye -- thanks! :)
     
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    i pretty much agree with Rob on everything... i love the concept and the series as a whole, but i think most of them could have used a greater DOF, i know the yellow is supposed to look yellow, but the color still seems a little off... maybe i'm just thinking the paper should be white and it looks like a yellow filter was applied... not sure but good job... :thumbup:
     
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    The paper was actually yellow.
    Thanks for your comments... I think I'll rework this idea later this week... by the time I got to blue and purple I was pretty dead on ideas anyways. I'll definately keep the "Green" -- I also liked how it turned out... but I think I'll take another shot at the others.
    Thanks again for the comments! You guys have been very helpful!
     
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    i really like yellow and green. Nice series
     
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    i gotta agree with that too - good scenes but for some reason with close-ups like this , the foremost objects need to be pin-sharp.
     
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    Orange and green are great photos, nice depth of field too. Great idea photographing the different colors.
     

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