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We went to Paris. It rained. Fortunately not all the time though. We had periods of marvellous sun as well.
The Rue de Lyon as seen in the rain from our hotel balcony.
Many thanks indeed for all the interest and comments on the Père Lachaise set, and especially to Moira (mrswoolybill), Dave (WhiteRose1) and Ann (AnnChown) for their UA's.
Have a great Sunday, whether it be Silly or not.
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Wonderful. I suspect a teensy bit of desaturation in the main body of the image, the effect works.
I would get rid of two tiny intrusive details on the left, simply because they distract from the main story.
An image which is crammed backed with so many possible narratives. Which I must say I find to be an endearing quality in a photograph.
V2 cleaned up on the lhs after Moira's suggestion - thank you
And yes, spot-on, I desaturated the main body just a teeny-weeny bit.
Moira does spot the details Malc, and it does make a nice difference. I hadn't noticed the two little studs of colour until they were pointed out.
v2 for me today malc a cracker love that umbrella a cracker nice one
So much more than the sum of their parts!
Natural colour popping, and the wet road lifts the image well. I can see an 'Abbey Road' type crop from the middle as well.
Very nice, agree with Moira re details on the left.
I am certain you would have preferred the rain to be desaturated - by 100% - but it has served you up a treat photographically.
Composition and content shout "Paris in the Rain" to me - maybe it's the configuration of the junction that is typical, along with the bikes parked against the railings and the scooters parked everywhere. Excellent.
suspect this would make a perfectly good full mono picture too
Really first rate with the weather doing most of the Photoshop work!
Making the best of a rainy day. A wonderful image worked so well......Sandy
Wet and soggy here---
Brilliant Malc - that rain has worked a treat!
Very well timed to capture that multi-coloured brolly, Malc...or did you send the missus out with it? Looks better in V2 with the left edge tidied up
Quote: Very well timed to capture that multi-coloured brolly, Malc...or did you send the missus out with it?
LOL Trev. Even God doesn't have that much power when it comes to Mrs. Salty.
'Superb Images & Composition' ~ Peter
Two excellent wet weather images Malc, I like the limited colour palette. The natural selective colouring has certainly highlighted that colourful brolly as Trev has pointed out already
Great eye popper of a shot!
Thought it was a mono with colour popping at first Malc but see what you have done now - great effect very well suited to the scene.
Lovely composition - I like the reflections of course, but it is that wonderful brolly that steals the show
It's Raining in bloody Chatham too Malc, guess we'll be seeing alot of that now
Ahhhh--- you are funny! re: the fungi-- sprawled flat on the ground-- (no waterproof stuff) just snapping away--- I looked for you as cars drove by---was that you in the old brown ford ?
HA HA Ha!
A great angle and a thoughtful process. Good stuff Malcolm.
You seem to be flying over this surreal scenery, the brolly really pops out.
Never done this sort of thing But! it works for me like it well done regards Leon.
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