Tile Textures and descrete lighting

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  1. THORHAMMER

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    This is a neat catch. You are isolating the patterns of the tiles, lights, etc and demonstrating that as a interesting construct.

    OPINION FOLLOWS - IGNORE AS YOU LIKE
    In pictures like this, you need to avoid, disturbing the eye by having things just off-vertical or off-horizontal that break up the impression it gives.

    Additionally, you need to crop so that what is left gived just enough of a taste to interest but not enough that it bores.

    There is some amount of pincushion distortion in this shot on the left side and there is a lot of pattern and that seems excessive. I would crop this in some way, perhaps as shown, to 1) cut off the distortion and 2) make a tighter composition while still keeping in all the interesting elements.


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