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jacomes Plus
6 28 38 Portugal
31 Mar 2021 10:22AM
I like this one. The oyster seller seems to be in a dream world, working on auto-pilot. Nice street shot, Jason.
James
cooky Plus
17 6 3 United Kingdom
31 Mar 2021 10:29AM
Another excellent image Jason.

Kath
31 Mar 2021 7:21PM
Early mornings have their advantages.
pablophotographer 9 1.9k 405
1 Apr 2021 6:18AM
Early mornings have disadvantages too. Coffee has not kicked in yet... seeing this scene as vertical was a good idea. Seeing the shop from this angle was less than a good idea. The black pillar stands near the middle of the man's bench hiding the stock, the sign of the shop can't be read and a bright window on the top right corner says "good morning, isn't this a lovely day?" -" Not for the fish, it isn'", is heard from the fridge. I think if you had walked more to the right and turned the camera 30 degrees to the left you'd have an image with no obstructions or other subjects that the store of the fishmonger.
pablophotographer
1 Apr 2021 6:39AM

Quote:Early mornings have disadvantages too. Coffee has not kicked in yet... seeing this scene as vertical was a good idea. Seeing the shop from this angle was less than a good idea. The black pillar stands near the middle of the man's bench hiding the stock, the sign of the shop can't be read and a bright window on the top right corner says "good morning, isn't this a lovely day?" -" Not for the fish, it isn'", is heard from the fridge. I think if you had walked more to the right and turned the camera 30 degrees to the left you'd have an image with no obstructions or other subjects that the store of the fishmonger.
pablophotographer



You are right no coffee had been had yetWink had a 30 min window between near 16 hour work days to take photos and grab breakfast. The shot was a reaction grab rather than spending time composing. Looking after I completely agreed with pablo if I had spotted quicker and had time I would have angled the pole to frame the shot and tried to add more of the market stoolBlush
Jason

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