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Leszno - Polska / Poland.
Spontaneous street portrait.
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It's a great pity that I can't vote on this pictute. A great image, well done. Pete
Great capture,,,regards Ian
love this shot. Composition is just perfect. What was it like in colour ?...Peter
A superb and wonderful composition, beautiful light and wonderful timing with the falling leaves
I really want to vote on this. JUST WONDERFUL!
Would like to have seen it in colour too.
Excellent timing, colouring, framing and composition. Congratulations Szturmowiec.
Long live Gmoch!
great light and framing.
An excellent shot, and obviously popular. The scene is gorgeous, the timing perfect for the man on the bike, the exposure great for a silhouette.
A question, more than a comment, - there are many black spots on the shot, including, lower right, what appears to be a water drop. Was it shot through a car window, or was there some rain, or was the lens in need of a clean? Its worth cleaning these up as its such a good image.
Its possible to use the highlight tool in Photoshop CS to improve or enhance the light rays by reducing the light reflection, - Ive done this in the mod, and cleaned up the spots.
What do you think about cropping a little from the left, so we see only the large tree, the road, and the man?
excellent love it
Brilliant! Love the scene and especially the falling leaves! Fabulous capture
Yea. That "rocks" even sooc.
Very nice moody shot.
This is a critique section and only Willie has said the obvious. This has the basis of a superb composition but it has loads of strange black dots, some other artefacts and about a stop over exposure.
Please, don't just look at content, look at technique and processing.
Is your sensor that dirty. It would have to be terribly so to show at f4. So is it through a window which was rather dirty?
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