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    Re: Watches as Still Life

    A question to any of you with art backgrounds...

    I was messing around with positioning objects for a picture when I found myself asking whether the objects look better overlapping or separated.

    Here's some snaps to illustrate:

    Overlapping (the glasses are partially behind the watch):

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    To my eye the overlapping example gives a better sense of there being an integrated composition, but then I'm a scientist not an artist
    Any advice on compositional guidelines appreciated.

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    Re: Watches as Still Life

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    Re: Watches as Still Life

    Looking great


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    Re: Watches as Still Life

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    Re: Watches as Still Life

    Being that this crab was a passive participant (not sure, but I think it had passed onto the big Atlantic in the sky) in this particular photo, than I would consider this to be the consummate example of Still Life !

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    Quote Originally Posted by watchobs View Post
    Being that this crab was a passive participant (not sure, but I think it had passed onto the big Atlantic in the sky) in this particular photo, than I would consider this to be the consummate example of Still Life !

    He's not dead, just deep in consideration of the bracelet vs isofrane

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