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the craftsman

By forilion  
Spent some time watching this plate maker last weekend. He was a true craftsman. Took the shot and I really like how the sunlight fell across the scene.

Tags: Landscape and travel

Voters: Hanners, ticklemymonkey, randomrubble and 7 more


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24 Apr 2006 1:04PM
Looks like a long job! The crop focuses the attention to the subject very well.
Will
Hanners 16 875 10 Ireland
24 Apr 2006 1:07PM
To be honest it would've been nice to see the bloke, I know you were trying to show the craftsmanship, which you've done very well, but it lacks the human element in my opinion. No doubt others will disagree, but it's a good shot all the same.

CLIX
24 Apr 2006 1:09PM
great shot..nice and crisp
randomrubble 17 3.1k 12 United Kingdom
24 Apr 2006 1:24PM
It's a good shot IMO and focussing on the hands works just fine. In fact a tighter crop may even have been stronger.
24 Apr 2006 1:53PM
Personally I love this just how it is .... it really does show the hands at work ... performing a really skilled work ... a lovely image and i too like how the light falls across! A very well composed and taken image ... nice lcear sharp detail! Well done! Click*
Karen
forilion 17 116
25 Apr 2006 12:56PM
thanks everyone for the comments and ideas. I'll give it a go with differne cropping.
Paree 17 616 3
27 Apr 2006 10:44AM
a lovely photo, I think the plate maker's hands are what the photo is about so there is no need to see any more, well done
maureen
16 Jul 2006 11:40AM
I like the cropping the way it is. It focuses on the task and makes the viewer fill in the blanks. Less is more and all that.
Stuart.

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