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Pestle & Mortar


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Re: Pestle & Mortar


technically very good but too much negative space for me..
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Re: Pestle & Mortar


(Not wanting to be contrary but.....) For me, in this case, the image works - including the large empty space - because of the amazing tones, and the great composition with the handle pointing to the corner; especially as the lighting from both sides (?one of which was a reflector?) gives a line emphasising the 'pointer'.

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Re: Pestle & Mortar


I wonder if some indication of the use of a pestle and mortar would enhance or spoil this image otherwise, having used this equipment in the lab and the kitchen, I agree with Chris.

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