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One-Man band in Bolton

By bouic
Taken in my local town recently.

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capto Plus
4 4.2k 8 United Kingdom
24 Sep 2012 9:31AM
I like this as it has a story to it which the onlooking lady adds to. Can't help thinking that it is eye catching in colour as it must be rich in colours.

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24 Sep 2012 9:48AM

Quote:I like this as it has a story to it which the onlooking lady adds to. Can't help thinking that it is eye catching in colour as it must be rich in colours.


Yes, it looks good in colour also. I like both.

Dave
cats_123 Plus
12 4.6k 27 Northern Ireland
24 Sep 2012 7:49PM
undoubtedly would work in colour but has a distinct `mono' feel..like the slightly blurred background
It looks like this would work well in colour or B/W. Although its a bit old hat i might have tried a colour pop with the background kept to B/W or muted, just to see.
This is a real busy image for the eye and i find myself going round and round to different elements , great. Just the right amount of blur in the background.
Quick question - theres a defined halo in the bottom right and botton left (around the lady's trousers) is this due to post process or as it was ?
25 Sep 2012 11:15PM

Quote:It looks like this would work well in colour or B/W. Although its a bit old hat i might have tried a colour pop with the background kept to B/W or muted, just to see.
This is a real busy image for the eye and i find myself going round and round to different elements , great. Just the right amount of blur in the background.
Quick question - theres a defined halo in the bottom right and botton left (around the lady's trousers) is this due to post process or as it was ?


Hi there I have just looked at the original RAW file, there is an out of focus halo, which has been exaggerated by the post processing. The lens was 50mm set at f2 aperture which gave a good out of focus background.

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