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I am thinking of entering a photo contest with the theme of "Red". Do you think either of these are adequate? Which one should I use?
larkspur, your photos are always great. Those two have wonderful composition.
As for 'Red', both have less red than white or grey, so they sort of minimize the red.
What would happen in the first if the glass was rotated? But then the bubbles on the fruit (?) would not be visible.
My egg broke and that was my last white one. I'll have to get some more tomorrow.Or stand the egg up and perhaps lean it diagonally back. Then you might get a gradation of red. That would look cool.
Good Idea. I will try that.On the second, try moving the clear liquid to the left or perhaps in contact with the glass of red liquid.
Here is a great website for you. I hope you come back to PF and dont get lost in there forever.The second one is not my favorite either...
Thanks for your input Cyrus.
#4 But I like the color of the barn exactly as it is. The car stands out in color and texture, and in other obvious ways, but also "fits" in some way I can't put my finger on.#3 is interesting, simple.
#4 I like. Very pastoral, and not overdone. Too bad the barn isn't read. That would make for an interesting contrast. We have some red barns in our area. I need to go take some pictures.
Yes, it was two wine glasses. The front one was filled with sparkling water and an egg, the glass in the back had red Easter egg dye in it.They're all fantastic as usual. I actually like the first one. Was that a boiled egg or something in the glass or just a curious optical effect?
Well, I had planned on doing something with pastel colored Easter eggs and quickly found that it is difficult to get pastel.What inspired you to do that? Its a wonderful effect.