Tried & tested subject matter & composition. I like the arrangement and focus, but the light is too directional, creating shadows that are are far too deep, for me. With this subject,the colours are a large part of the overall pic and this one is not as 'colourful ' as it should be.
I'd have a go at either adjusting the levels if it's a RAW file, or better still, shoot again using a more diffuse light or seeing if you can reflect some into the shadows.
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Thanks, I will have anoter go and see if I can improve
It works even better on the diagonal. A cliche, but a nice one
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It is a cliche, but one that every one tryed anyway . Diagonal sounds good, gives it something "new" as well.