Restaurant Voyeur

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  1. Tuna

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    All comments appreciated.

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  2. craig

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    Fascinating! I love the corner approach and the two very different window scenes. Tell us about the crop. Personally it seems a little tight.

    You have chosen an interesting subject with these restaurant photos. The subject must be challenging. You are doing a great job!!!
     
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    yes i agree about the crop, a wider crop would show more of what the person is looking out to, via the reflection on the window, although interesting shot...
     
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    I think I would've liked it better with a polarizer to block the reflection in the left window. It would be great to see two different booths of the resteraunt.
     
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    I really like the idea and the corner view. I agree that that the crop is a little tight. And, like Jadin, I'd rather not see the reflections of the cars, but maybe that tension (person vs. cars) was part of what you were after.
     
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    For all those who have so far commented on, nibbled or feasted on, digested and possibly regurgitated this image, I thank you.

    As for the crop, there was more at the top but it seemed to take away more than it added. As it was eating away at me, I decided to just bite it off.

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