Thursday, July 9, 2009

Which one?



Do you like best?
More an experiment in shape than anything, but also a reflection of me.

6 comments:

fendeilagh said...

I like the first one more. It feels less cluttered... Then again, sometimes clutter is the point.

Joi said...

Same. I like the first. I like the space and I like the interactions between the separated groups of people.

Jeffrey Porter said...

The second is much more interesting, the shapes are separated enough for it not to be cluttered and there are severals moments to focus on, the first does not have that. The first also uses the whole frame, from edge to edge.

SMK said...

the first one... the second seems too busy :)

Hatchet said...

first. there are only four different directions that people are looking. i don't even feel like counting how many directions are being looked in the second. however, the first doesn't look very busy to express the interest of events.

Belinda said...

wow, I'm going to join the majority and say the first. When I saw the first, my first reaction was, how each one has a story. Although the second shows that too, I feel like there's more opportunity to tell it in the first. Possibly... They're both good either way :) which do you like?