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A local magazine asked me to shoot Erika's latest acquisition of
a regional painter who was honoured recently for his life works.


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I like this photo just the way it is: "rule of thirds" layout. In the Nikon world, an "E-Screen" composition.

 

"Not much of a critique", more like "really nice composition" statement.



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"Not much of a critique", more like "really nice composition" statement.

• As a verb, critique means to review or examine something critically. 
 

• As a noun, a critique is that review or examination, like an art essay
or a book report. The English language took it from French one and is
spelled the same way — meaning "the art of criticism"


Positive or negative, it is a critique… thanks Brian. :P