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Rome- the afternoon front row

By AndreaJean
Hoping that none of the ladies would see the camera pointed their way, and then have their eyes on me, i shot this quickly, late one May afternoon, as the ladies had taken what looked like their usual seats. i love passegiata!

Tags: Rome Portraits and people Old italian ladies

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3587 Canada
15 Feb 2013 4:30PM
Youve not enabled voting, - cant change it now, but for future uploads, look at the bottom check boxes on the load page and make sure you select allow voting and awards.

I really like this shot.


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Thank you Willie,

I "saved" before realising that the other photos were involved. Smile

thank you for your comment!

devlin Plus
6 652 39 India
16 Feb 2013 5:38AM
pretty good shot, nice angle and perspective Smile...its a shame about that car door on the right....but i guess thats street for you .....Smile
thank you, devlin. yes, the car door is a bit inconvenient..... and looks a bit too challenging for me to clone out in photoshop... oh well!.... that's streets...! Smile

thank you!

but, i could crop all but the shoes? i notice that the ladies are all wearing wedges... a photo in a photo, perhaps? Smile
devlin Plus
6 652 39 India
16 Feb 2013 6:56AM
Yes worth a try I think it will work well Smile


ok! thank you, Prabh!
banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3587 Canada
16 Feb 2013 2:38PM
Its might look good as a panorama Andrea, minus that door. Ive loaded mods, and tried to fake the missing shoes. Works if you dont look very closely.

paulbroad Plus
9 123 1111 United Kingdom
16 Feb 2013 8:08PM
Nice interesting candid. Good technique. I would crop well down from the top, below that sign at least. Then crop the car door. Better as is with the door shut, but as that is not possible, crop it off.

Wow, Willie- that's a good removal job of the car door! it looked a little difficult for me! thank you for playing with the shot!

Paul- thank you for taking a look and offering your ideas. i'll def take a look. Smile

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