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Time stops for no one!

By EmzLou1980
Yesterday I spent the day observing, taking the courage to take more photography when folk are around, getting past that shyness as one must!

Another shot of the norm, but like I keep saying, it tells a story!

Your thoughts, feelings, opinions or / and critique welcome good or bad....
PLEEEEEEEEEEEEEASE GIVE ME IMPUT Smile

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Architecture Clock tower Portraits and people Glasgow cross

Voters: mrswoolybill, derekv, CaptainTweaky and 2 more


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mrswoolybill Plus
9 950 1479 United Kingdom
14 Mar 2010 10:08PM
Angles and figures, it's a neat balance. I like the way the lamp post dominates.
Moira

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14 Mar 2010 10:56PM
I really like the composition of the image and the scene is well balanced and full of interest. But I felt the lamp-post was trying to fall over and pulling the rest of the image with it! Smile In my mod I have made the verticals vertical and sharpened the image just a little. Then I reduced the blues and increased the reds a small amount. The downside of putting the verticals right is that you lose some of the original image - the benefits I feel by far outweigh this. I do hope this helps just a bit.
David
EmzLou1980 7 279 Scotland
15 Mar 2010 5:32PM
I see what you mean Smile it does look oddly of balance doesn't it, the mods great thankyou Smile

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