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An artist hard at work painting the beautiful architecture in Venice. V2 is a wider shot. All the artists seem to be around on a Sunday.
Thanks for looking. All comments welcomed as ever
a super candid Lucy nice to see you back
Cheers Neil. Lost my connection there, but V2 is now up!
and a cracking version it is too
Reckon V2 is a cracker Lucy.Should have been first IMO !!
And the reason they do it on a Sunday is they can charge double the price for their paintings !! Apart from one man that you will never see on a Sunday, or any other day of the week,and that is that Venitian blind man !!
I like pictures of artists at work, so V1 is my choice. V2 is a lovely pic, but the artist is then an intrusion rather than centre of interest.
Hmmm... I did struggle with which should have been V1. I chose the close up as I prefer to see the work the painter is doing, and the background reflects his painting with all the arched windows. I do like V2 though as the artist isn't the main attraction but you do notice him. If that makes sense at all! V2 is better large BTW.
Love the detail in v1 and the larger view in v2 his light hat still drews the eye to him. Both excellent
There is no choice! I love them both! Great images!
Prefer V2, but I'm wondering about something between V1 & V2, maybe cropping the top third of V2.
Either way these are still two very good pics.
Wonderful set. Very beautifully captured indeed. Congrats.
Two very effective photographs. I go with those preferring V2, but in truth they are very different. I love the taller composition-wise.
V2 for me, by a whisker - the details of the painting are visible, but dwarfed by the real buildings. I like the idea of a square crop, it would contain the scene better.
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