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September 21, 2011


I really enjoy the second shot. Another way it's simplified is that you've divided the frame vertically with the right half having only the single color and only a single, simple, repeating pattern. The left half has all of the complexity of the piece. Keeping the complexity constrained to a sub-section of the overall image helps keep the chaos feeling confined, controlled, and therefore simplified.

I love the parallels between her blouse and the map. You're very clever to have noticed that (I wouldnt have) and to have composed a shot that highlights that so well.

It IS pretty much the "Flesh Tone" that used to come in a box of Crayola crayons.
That I know that probably just gives away how old I am.

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