The only thing that you should be aware of about this image is that it looks like some of the paper of the face is bent, it has a rounded look near the top, and that you can see the reflection of the camera near 4/5.
The flourishing details on the side get lost, because they feel like two different plains because of how the clock's face is the predominant feature and outside of that hardly has any shadows for it.
Otherwise I really like the subject matter. Good work. :3
My camera is a Canon PowerShot A480, and I'm not good for using it properly ^^' I always try to do my best when stocking, but there's sometimes some pics that aren't perfect. But, you know, it's the best I made
Hey, was wondering if I could use your stock. My blog just started with no followers yet, but it needed some visuals. I used your clock as a starter for my review of the short film called Tick Tock. Check it out and let me know if this is okay. Taking it down is easy. [link]