cropped 'custard mapple'

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cropped 'custard mapple'

Postby nevilzaveri » Sat Aug 07, 2010 9:00 pm

dear friends,

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herewith, i have upload the cropped version of originally posted gallery/image_page.php?album_id=1&image_id=3555" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
as there can be more than one answer to a problem, this one too look wonderful and much stable. its just very simple and possibly anyone would have done that way ... whereas the original one is just my way of seeing.

that was great learning session for probably all of us. thanks once again. regards.
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Re: cropped 'custard mapple'

Postby Ganesh H Shankar » Sun Aug 08, 2010 5:26 pm

Hi Nevil,

Looks like we had an interesting discussion here. I agree with you and respect your thoughts on -

"- i included these little white patches to make this simpler image, more complex"

And the inclusion of white spaces exactly did that.

However, I still think the pattern at the center seem to compete a bit with the white space spaces at the edges in the original image. But that is just me. Of course you are better of going with your reasons and tastes. If everyone agrees with everyone else life will be so boring I guess :)

It may be noted here that there is a famous study by George Miller on processing capacity of human mind which is limited to seven plus or minus two objects at a time. You can read more about it here.. In general I think human mind does not like lots of complexity. Probably I belong 7-2 category instead of 7+2 :)

I think discussions like this adds a lot for learning and improving our visions. Thanks for starting this thread..
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