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Symetry

By Rckhopper
I took this years ago in Prague with a 35 SLR
Scanned it and cleaned it up a little.

I would like some opinions about this photo, whether its lacking, what you would change or how you would have composed it, even if it was worth posting in the first place.

Thanks for your advice.

Tags: Mods General Candid Digitally manipulated Portraits and people Girls composition

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Comments


4 Aug 2008 12:53AM
Bloody hell, what's the chance of posting right next to each other??? Smile
4 Aug 2008 1:00AM
Not working tonight?
4 Aug 2008 1:03AM
Been and come back, too quiet and too many out there.
kaybee Plus
17 7.8k 26 Scotland
4 Aug 2008 6:25AM
Definately worth posting.

I can't make up my mind if it is posed or a candid - but that doesn't matter because I think that question is part of its charm.

It looks slightly washed out but that is probably due to the age of the shot and the scanning process.

I have added a modification for you - but feel free to ignore it if you don't like it (I have a tendancy to overprocess).

Roy
CathR 14 151 564 United Kingdom
4 Aug 2008 9:40AM
I think composition-wise this shot works well. The contrast between the two women looking at the photographer and the other little groups in the background doing their own thing is good. There is a clear focus to the shot but at the same time plenty of interest to let the eye wander around.

Technically it comes up a bit short. The exposure isn't quite right. The light was working against you, I think. The sun looks pretty harsh and at a guess from the shadows the shot was taken around the middle of the day. This has given you overexposure particularly on the blue shirt of the girl on the right and in the central part of the building behind the statue. Later in the day and you may have got that lovely golden light which casts really long shadows.

Catherine
4 Aug 2008 11:42AM
Thanks Roy it was candid and Catherine, that information helps a lot, I'll take that on board for futuer photo's

Regards Aidan

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