Here's my teacher's feedbacks:
- The foreground must be darker and with less contrast
- ok the strong and limited range of values, but now I can add some more values (to show
the shapes of the cars, the internal of the buildings and to render the people)
- add details to reinforce the focal point
- don't forget the importance of some shadows: some of them are useful to direct the
eyes on the focal point
- when the style is so graphic: use a soft brush on the frame corners to enhance the focal
- strong composition!
- even if in the film the foreground is bright, it's not important: so do it darker and blur.
- lighter a bit the column on the right:
1) it's on the same level as the cat
2) helps framing (it's a framing element)
3) helps the eyes moving up and around ->keeps the eyes engaged to the scene
-attention: we work on compressed images -> lots of light informations get lost, so we need to use brightness/contrast on the reference image (checking the lost values)
THANKS A MILLION!!!