Sand and space

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  1. pieq

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    I think number 3 has potential to be a nice shot if it had some depth to it. It strikes me as being really flat.
     
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    i actually realy like the flat look of number 3, and number 2 is cool as well :thumbup:
     
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    Yes, you're right.
    I tried to remove the 3rd dimension to display them as just colors reflected to a flat screen (a big eye).
    To make them like just styles, design but not objects like sky, sand, rocks we are so accustomed to.
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    Then you did a great job and accomplished your goal :) Its not always about the aesthetically pleasing parts of an image.
     
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    how did you get that 2D look?
     
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    Thank you Neo.
    I kept the distance, removed everything in between and everything taken is parallel perpendicular to the direction of shooting. :lol:
     

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