Rose and Whisky

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  1. zhang

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    Love the first, the first, the first!
    The others cannot quite compete with how brilliant I think this first one is! Wonderful play with light, shadows, broken reflections and colours. Great one! Love that first! :D
     
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    On this one I have to be a little critical: In my eye (which ain't all that perfect), I try to target a single item and make it work. Including two objects in a scene requires that somehow they work together. If, for example, the whiskey bottle was pooling out and enveloping the rose, then we would have a story being told. Of course, the technique and lighting are quite good.

    I think you are onto something here, but it requires a little more work to make it a Master's image.

    DO NOT give up; you are this far, how about just another step forward?

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    Without really knowing, and without being able to "see" a picture like you do, Jeff, that might be the very reason why I like the first photo best of all, since in that one there is no such big competition: the whiskey only becomes apparent throught its reflection in which this rose "bathes". I can live with the foot of that glass as an explanation for where the reflection comes from.
     
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    All of these are really well done, but that first one is my fave. :thumbup:
     
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    Whoa those took a while to load, and I'm on a T1! But the wait was worth it. I love the first one the best, the color of the rose against the light coming through the bottle is beautiful.
     
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    Is the rose real? It's so vibrant in the first shot.. it's unbelievable!
    The reflection, the colors, the beautiful partnership... I really like the first photo.
     

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