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Posted on 13/05/12 09:44:08 AM
Sjef
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Getting into perspective
I hope this perspective is alright. Please tell me Pe-Essers, if it doesn't and what wrong with it.



Posted on 13/05/12 8:31:12 PM
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Getting into perspective
The perspective is OK, although I'm not sure what's happening with the bottom the the door behind the fella.

But it's your light sources and shadows that are spoiling this. Look at the fella, he's casting a shadow but he's not lit from the light source that's casting the shadow. He's lit from a totally different direction, look at the shadows on him.





Posted on 29/05/12 6:19:05 PM
Sjef
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Re: Getting into perspective
You have a sharp eye, Ocker.
Thanks for your reply, I'll keep your remarks in mind.

Posted on 17/04/14 8:58:39 PM
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Re: Getting into perspective
I'm a newbie, but I'll put in my two cents (late as they are). Perspective is all right. I'd probably move the man back a bit. Main things off are the man's shadows (not lit from the right source, contrary shadows on his person) and the light coming from the lamp, which looks fake because it's not opaque enough and the edges should better fade.
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