(08-11-2011, 08:26 PM)mrmiss Wrote: Pro - Does it have to be cluttered or can it just be a great picture of a well designed space. I mean, you don't have to have a lot going on to have details.
The participation prize picture (nice alliteration) is a perfect example, not cluttered but quite detailed.
The main Idea of this challenge is to get close-ups of well cluttered area's that can be anywhere in the house. It's not about the room in it's entirety but about the details, the close-ups. And when we talk about close-ups we often have trouble with blurriness and wrong texturing so it is encouraged to Photoshop your pictures. Don't think in 'spaces', think in places within these spaces. Which brings us to the fact if it's about clutter or not, clutter just makes the small space your camera is fixated on more interesting so yes - it is about clutter. It cannot just be a great picture of a well designed space.
Ly, you set a very good example of close-ups and detailed clutter-mess Your fourth and fifth picture are the most spot-on when it comes to this challenge and it happens to be the ones I like the most! Great detailed table-area!
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