High heels - MF Nikkor 28/2
I like the first one most. The two shoes give a nice tension. You could have cleaned the table, but it could give some vintage impression.
The second one is more flat, you do not see the inside of the shoe, yet it is not just silhoutte. The blinds do not add to the image.
The third is worst (I would say unusable). The blinds and the light do not have anything to do with the shoes. The shoes are badly focused (compare to No 1). The only interesting thing is the reflection of the blinds on the soles, maybe you could get that effect without showing the window (maybe the wall reflections could stay, but you would have to work at composition). This image is just unorganized.
I am always surprised how much you have to reduce everything to get a good shot of this kind.
Thank you for your comment. Some intresting criticque and a bit different from the norm. I posted the pic in another forum, where the third one is the most liked by far, intresting. The first one is the most "product" like, i think. I used an old chair, didn t see the screws, for example, until i look at the pics on my monitor. Great comment on the second one, true it s something in the middle, i think a pure shilouette next time? Good idea to leave out the blinds and yes, the idea was the blinds on the soles.
Thank you for the critique, very useful and different, photography it s just a hobby for me of course.
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