art prints - Do Not Trip

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Jennifer Matlock
  • Minted Apr 26, 2015
  • 3 Awards
  • 290 Comments made
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This is a photograph of a message of caution on concrete steps.

tags:

art prints, steps, urban, photography, street, city

colors shown:

black, white, red

design inspired by:

Square Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jun 17 2016

Edited on:

Jul 08 2016

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Jennifer Matlock
Jennifer Matlock
@jennifermatlock
Joined 2015 · 3 awards won

What do you think about the square orientation of the image...should I widen the view so you can see more of the steps?

3 years agoreply

VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 06/26/2016 05:52 pm

Pooja Pittie
Pooja Pittie
@poojapittie
Joined 2015 · 6 awards won

I chose A. I like the space at the bottom of the steps - in the other options, it's not so clear to me that there are steps ahead. In A, I feel like I'm standing at the bottom of the steps and the cautionary writing makes more sense.

3 years agoreply
Rick Walter
Rick Walter
@rickwalter
Joined 2016

Fills the frame and easier to read. Good job!

3 years agoreply
Courtney Crane
Courtney Crane
@courtlyn
Joined 2014 · 12 awards won

I like the boldness of C.

3 years agoreply
MoMint
MoMint
@designsbymo
Joined 2016

D has the best contrast while still letting you see the actual steps?

3 years agoreply
Annie Montgomery
Annie Montgomery
@anniemontgomery
Joined 2012 · 52 awards won

C for me ;)

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Annie Montgomery
Annie Montgomery
@anniemontgomery
Joined 2012 · 52 awards won

C for me ;)

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Linda Dion
Linda Dion
@lindadion
Joined 2016

As a square art print, I believe that C works the best as it fills the frame. Love the character of each step.

3 years agoreply

VERSION 1SUBMITTED ON 06/18/2016 02:41 am

Jason Derck
Jason Derck
@jasonderck
Joined 2015 · 12 awards won

The square orientation isn't bad, but you may consider tightening up the crop a bit. The negative space at the bottom isn't necessary to convey the feeling you're going for in this photo. Keep it to the steps alone, and I think you'll be happier with your composition. Just a thought.

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Patterned Pomegranate
Patterned Pomegranate
@patternedpomegranate
Joined 2016

I feel like it is bottom heavy and I want my eyes to travel up with the steps....does that make sense? I don't mind the amount of steps shown in the square shape.

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Debbie Fieno
Debbie Fieno
@dfieno
Joined 2014

I agree with the emptiness at the bottom being too much. I feel you would accomplish a stronger image by minimizing the bottom space. I would not crop all the bottom space. The contrast and texture in this image is strong and works well with your subject.

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