The Red Chairs
A quick Coffee 2014
It was a cold winters day so we called in for a coffee at this little cafe in Wheelton. If, its still there after so long I really don't know.
We sat in the window with a latte and I expect a piece of cake, as there were several varieties to choose from. The room was covered with various decorations, all linked to the cafe in some way.
There was a larger table with several people sat opposite. This table had four painted chairs, the one that caught my eye was the red ones. The focal point of the image is actually the white chair that stands out from the table. Obviously, hadn't been pushed under the table.
On this occasion it was perfect. The chair away from the table allowed into the image giving you an invitation to the table.
The manipulation in the image is to highlight the movement of the chairs and people during the day at the cafe.
The image has ten layers and only one additional texture.
The SRGB Group are keeping in touch by running an online critique page. The image is posted and the members can comment. We take it in turns to choose our top three and from that a winner each month, as we would in the meetings.
Its’ Open Section but we’ve added an additional Theme to this months Critique to give us another dimension to the critique. The theme is Rocks & Water.