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How would you let a couple pose with this artwork ?

 
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Oct 25, 2015 13:03 |  #1

This artwork is a sort of "window to the sea", how would you let a couple pose with this, simply with their back looking through it to the sea ?
Or don't you find this too special and would you skip it ?

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Many ways of doing it. Your suggestion matches my initial thoughts: both with their backs towards the camera looking through, even leaning on the 'window sill'. You could also use the structure as a prop: say, one at each end looking at each other athwart the structure. The possibilities are nigh endless.


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Oct 25, 2015 18:17 |  #3

If I was going to use it. I'd decide on the day depending on what the light was doing. Best way.


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