- [2012-02-21 15:21]
I see your gallery theme is Moroccan doors, all of which are very colourful and eye catching.
For sheer simplicity, you have grabbed a great idea.
You have great light for the shots, and an eye for the artwork that has gone into the doors.
I think this door may have worked better if you'd slightly under-exposed the shot, just to add a little more colour saturation.
The problem we have as viewers, is there is no EXIF data or information at all about the camera used, or the camera settings, so we can't really help in pointing out exposure/shutter/aperture setting choices etc.
There is also a real flaw in the basic composition.]
For such a simple subject with so many straight lines, it is really important to make sure those lines are all straight. This shot is slightly sloping to the left at the top.
There is also the rope at the top of the picture which as really very distracting.
To make simple shots, you need to make sure the simplicity is not ruined by anything that does not belong there.
I have carried out a workshop, removing the rope, straightening the image and under-exposing by 1/3 stop to saturate the colours.
I hope this helps to explain what I mean,
Bela composição, cores bem vivas e saturadas, muito boa luz.