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Let's Do Lunch

By SuziBlue  
Well I'm getting my head round some jiggerytweakery in Elements as I'm wanting to try and give some extra depth and impact to my pics. Whaddya think of this - I did think of black and white but comparing the two I preferred this one. Perhaps that's just a personal thing Smile But do feel free to tweak and play - and all feedback gratefully received.

No cropping - full frame. I thought about cropping the left edge but it didn't balance right, and I didn't want to just home in on the shop and the guys as that wasn't the image I was after.

This was taken in Glasgow and I just loved the idea of "let's do lunch and a spot of shopping" bloke-style .. hehe

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Portraits and people

Voters: jenquest, woolybill1, Shootme and 11 more


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Comments


jenquest 13 561 1 Tokelau
10 Sep 2009 2:34PM
I think colour's the right option here. Gives it a nice warm feel.

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10 Sep 2009 2:50PM
Nice picture, good tones and colour.

Jim.
10 Sep 2009 3:03PM
Serves me right for not reading you text properly. I've cropped your image quite hard because I felt the area of shadow on the right unbalanced the image. However having gone back to it again I can see your point. The two boys need some context and my crop has none.
SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
10 Sep 2009 5:14PM
Thanks for the feedback, folks Smile Ian, thanks for taking the time to do a mod. I think both work, but in different ways, and it's always good to challenge one's original idea anyway!
banehawi Plus
12 1.4k 3465 Canada
10 Sep 2009 11:25PM
Its a nice street scene, and the inclusion of the street does make it work well. The closer crop is also an idea, but it changes it, and its no loner a street scene.

There are two area where I see possibilities. The large box on the left is asking to be cropped, - but perhaps removing it by cloning it out might work. The other is the large black space on the right, - its a distraction, but with some creative cloning it might balance the shot.

I tried this in a mod, - its done quite quickly just as an example, - also sharpened a bit.


Regards



Willie
SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
10 Sep 2009 11:38PM
Willie thank you so much for taking the time to work on this. You've made a real difference to this and you're right about the area on the right - I dithered and wavered and left it, but bringing up the detail improves the image hugely.

I don't have your skill with the clone tool Wink so I would probably leave that without cropping rather than my making a pig's ear of it .. lol - so thank you for working on that, too.

Very much appreciated. Thank you again Smile
User_Removed 13 39 6 Scotland
11 Sep 2009 10:04AM
Now I hope you got them both to sign a model release Suzi !!

Victor x
SuziBlue 13 16.2k 10 Scotland
11 Sep 2009 12:44PM
LMAO!! Yikes ..

Thanks Victor Wink
graff 9 2 France
1 Nov 2010 1:26PM
Brilliant!!!!!!!......Hi! its me again! Is it like the Bronx!....well that's what my wife says and she is a Yenge!....who have to be a Huron Indian to understand what an American is call a ' Yankee ' !

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