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Dancing in Lindos

By dudler  
Easter Sunday. Dusk. Lindos town square.

Traditional dancing. Food. Celebration. Families and small children welcome...

A real privilege to be there, and join in the celebration (though not the dancing, for which my two left feet would be a bit of an encumbrance...)

Please see the versions for other views of the evening!

Tags: Easter Dancing Reportage Lindos Greek orthodox Sports and action

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6 5.1k 125 United Kingdom
16 Apr 2012 7:59AM
A great set of images, wonderfully captured.

Regards Nathan

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mhfore 9 6 176 England
16 Apr 2012 1:11PM
Hi John,

You've captured some more good "Reportage" images but are you supposed to be out partying when your on holiday?Grin

John I've posted a mod on number six where I've lightened the image to bring out a touch more detail. In your blend modes if you select screen "Screen" it will lighten the image but it may be to mouch so I reduced the opacity to 50%. I have then earsed the alterations from the white building top left of centre, this is because we have'nt finished yet Wink. Then using the Shadows/Highlights adjustment which can be found in Elements under "Enhance" > "Adjust Lighting" > "Shadow/Highlights" or PS under "Image" > "Adjustments" > "Shadow/Highlights". I set the shadows to 13% (my lucky number, well no else seems to want it Grin) and highlights to 0%, this will lighten the white building, thats why I removed the effect from "Screen" or it could have eneded up to bright.

Take care but keep partying

dudler Plus
13 464 883 England
16 Apr 2012 9:42PM
I'm an internal auditor in the public sector: taking pictures IS partying!

Thank you for the info: this is definitely increasing my knowledge of PS a great deal!

The mod is distinctly more zappy than the shot I posted: I tend to view mods the way Ansel Adams talked about prints - the "performance" while the original (or the negative - I still do darkroom work, and prefer both the doing and the results) is the "negative".

There's room for different interpretations: this is the richness and diversity of photography - and it's wonderful that EPZ allowss us to share in this way!
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3534 Canada
16 Apr 2012 11:00PM
I love 2 and 7, - loaded mods. Apparently Internal Auditors have an eye for the girls!


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