- October 18, 2018 at 9:50 am #370561
- October 18, 2018 at 10:57 am #370584
I think if you flipped the second image horizontally it would tie the two images together a bit better.
- October 18, 2018 at 3:22 pm #370608
Bella is so Beautiful, love seeing photos of her! The colors work well together and you definitely get the “young & old”, “small & large” Theme. I do agree with Robert on 7 year old Bella’s photo being flipped where their bodies face each other – would make for a stronger diptych image.
As a side note, I think to really tell Bella’s story you could pair the photo on the left of Bella from the day you brought her home with the one you title “Me, my cat Bella, and my computer” (crop the computer out so it is just you and Bella along with cropping off your ear and crop the young Bella’s Photo a tad (which is very minute amount) to match the size – top and bottom) and now you have a size reference with your hands as how Bella has grown through the years, plus you have strong vertical lines on each image. Makes for a very strong storytelling diptych.
- October 18, 2018 at 3:29 pm #370609
Thanks Belinda.I tried flipping it. I didn’t really like having the two opposites so close together. I felt like it left the rest of the frame feeling empty. Plus, I would then have to deal with all of the verbiage on the box because it’s then backwards. I don’t know. It feels unbalanced to me this way.
- October 18, 2018 at 3:37 pm #370613
I do like it better like this and the verbage isn’t really noticeable, even if your looking for it. I feel like it forces your eyes into the photo like this and the other way reading it left to right my eyes just kept on going right out of the photo.
- October 18, 2018 at 3:45 pm #370614
I see what you are saying … I do like the cats facing each other better but the verbiage on the box does create a problem… perhaps another photo shoot with Bella is in order
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