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By Peter23  
My second image from my first ever street photography experience! Just love the fact I look at this shot and can't help but think what are they talking about!?

Tags: General Portraits and people

Voters: chavender, mrswoolybill, Jestertheclown and 2 more


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Jestertheclown 7 7.3k 249 England
26 May 2012 9:58AM
Don't mention the logo . . .



. . . sorry, I'll get my coat!

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1492 United Kingdom
26 May 2012 2:45PM
I like the simple formality of the composition. It's an intimate moment, but the frame creates distance, prevents it from feeling intrusive.
Be warned, street photography can become addictive...
The logo is distracting, but not a hanging offence...
Moira
Peter23 8 23 2
26 May 2012 3:59PM
Thanks guys!

The logo thing comes up allot I'm always surprised how people feel about these. There is a reason why I use them and that's because a company has used a couple of my pictures before and sold them as little postcards. Iv never personal had a problem with other people using them as they don't take away from the image for me but we all have our thoughts!

Tha ls for the comments guys, always appreciated.

Peter
Peter23 8 23 2
26 May 2012 3:59PM
Thanks*
Jestertheclown 7 7.3k 249 England
26 May 2012 4:36PM
As you say Peter, the logo thing does get a lot of mention.
Personally, I have no problem with them, provided they don't obscure half off the image but as you've seen for yourself, there are people here who think of their inclusion as being some heinous crime and can get quite agitated about it.
The thing to remember is that it's your image, so it's your choice and no-one else can tell you what to do.
carper123 Plus
4 921 8 United Kingdom
27 May 2012 7:07PM
A well seen and captured image, the space between the subjects works really well.
well done.
Darryl.

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