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St Patricks Day, Galway Cite

By cmg2000  
Used to doing mostly landscapes and macros so doing people and events is a relatively rare thing for me. This was taken on the nikon 55 - 300 lens.

Tags: Photo journalism Patrick Saint Galway Parade Landscape and travel Portraits and people

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paulbroad 8 114 1034 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2013 7:54AM
A bit too much going on and you are a good stop over exposed. For me you need to get in closer and make the image of a smaller number of people, or have one person dominant with the remainder as background. That main person or group must then be sharpp.

Paul

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 927 1463 United Kingdom
22 Mar 2013 9:50AM
Yes too much going on and the focus too far back to give a really immediate effect, to involve us in the scene. I think if this had been the only available viewpoint I would have focused on figures a third of the way into the crowd - say the guy carrying the green banner.
Events like this are fun, happy, colourful, lively, but visually messy. It's about selecting small areas that tell the story - as Paul says, look for smaller groups of people.
Watch them, wait for them to respond to something - that's when you get an image that the viewer can respond to.
Moira

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