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Old 07-20-2019, 01:24 PM
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Very nicely done. The fall foliage is very well painted. I agree with Ken, the lower left figure seems distracting to the composition, maybe due to the legs being cut off. Perhaps Paint it out?
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Arnie, sorry I'm late. a wonderful modern genre scene....well painted.
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Great painting Arnie. What's striking to me in this one is the figures are grey and shadowed in contrast to that bright autumn foliage. Love it!
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Re: The Photographer at Ham

Thanks Boogiechile, Derek, and Lucy much appreciated.
Rework to incorporate Kens suggestions to darken the photographer and brighten top foliage in the coi - thanks.

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