art prints - Golden Streets of Prague

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Mel P
  • Minted Jun 15, 2014
  • 79 Comments made
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Photograph taken in Prague

tags:

art prints, Prague, Streets, golden, alley, illusion, windows, sunlight

colors shown:

Yellow, gold, orange, brown

design inspired by:

Rectangular Non-Personalizable Art Print

submitted on:

Jun 17 2016

Edited on:

Jul 19 2016

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VERSION 2SUBMITTED ON 06/17/2016 10:45 pm

Karen Kaul
Karen Kaul
@karenkaul
Joined 2010 · 25 awards won

This is a tough one. I prefer the drama in Option A, but lighter/brighter submittals (Option B) tend to do better in minted competitions. The poll is split fairly evenly. I'd go with the one you like best.

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Robert Deem
Robert Deem
@robertdeem
Joined 2016 · 4 awards won

B. I love the colors in this one. No need for vignette.

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raven erebus
raven erebus
@trollop
Joined 2015 · 32 awards won

I like b best, but I might darken the sky just a touch so that it's darker than the white edges.

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Courtney Crane
Courtney Crane
@courtlyn
Joined 2014 · 12 awards won

Isn't Prague a gorgeous city! I love the perspective in this shot and I think B is most appealing. A seems a bit harsh. :)

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van tsao
van tsao
@mucontinent
Joined 2015 · 23 awards won

I think A has a better balance for me

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Haley Warner
Haley Warner
@haleywarner
Joined 2015 · 41 awards won

This is really gorgeous! I would normally say the more "natural" shadows of A work better, but in this case, I really like option B. I think the saturated yellow really pops more with the less contrast.

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

I love the lightness of B! very beautiful!

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Panda and Pangolin
Panda and Pangolin
@pandaandpangolin
Joined 2012

The lighter, brighter one has such a wonderful feel. Great photo!

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Sari Victoria
Sari Victoria
@sarivictoria
Joined 2010 · 2 awards won

A- I think the shadows are working really well here.

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Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

B. Wow! Your subtle cropping change and without the vignette--I think you have a winner here. Really love this.

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Debra Butler
Debra Butler
@debrabutler
Joined 2015 · 13 awards won

I have a tough time deciding between these two because I love them both, but I think that I like the image with the vignette because it adds depth and draws your eye to a focal center. Also, I feel it looks more natural or realistic.

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Debra Butler
Debra Butler
@debrabutler
Joined 2015 · 13 awards won

I have a tough time deciding between these two because I love them both, but I think that I like the image with the vignette because it adds depth and draws your eye to a focal center. Also, I feel it looks more natural or realistic.

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Debra Butler
Debra Butler
@debrabutler
Joined 2015 · 13 awards won

I have a tough time deciding between these two because I love them both, but I think that I like the image with the vignette because it adds depth and draws your eye to a focal center. Also, I feel it looks more natural or realistic.

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Debra Butler
Debra Butler
@debrabutler
Joined 2015 · 13 awards won

I have a tough time deciding between these two because I love them both, but I think that I like the image with the vignette because it adds depth and draws your eye to a focal center. Also, I feel it looks more natural or realistic.

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Maxine Orange
Maxine Orange
@maxineorange
Joined 2011

;)

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Susan Hall
Susan Hall
@ralls
Joined 2013

I prefer option B. Seeing all the details in the cobblestone street is captivating.

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Linda Dion
Linda Dion
@lindadion
Joined 2016

I like the clarity of Option B a little better than the vignetting of Option A. I love the beautiful warm colors in this capture.

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Julia
Julia
Joined 2016

The darker image conveys more mystery, B comes across more as a great photo but doesn't have an alluring factor like A does with the emphasized shadowing.

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Kamala Nahas
Kamala Nahas
@kamalanahas
Joined 2011 · 106 awards won

Hey Mel, welcome to Minted. Love the color and composition in this? Have you considered removing the vignette, or doing a lens correction?

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