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By TimothyDMorton  
I appreciate the comments on my previous upload about making a crop, and will I try and remember this the next time around I upload similar photographic illustrations to this site.

Anyhow as it's cold morning day in my hometown of Hamilton, Ontario (Canada) they had the ribbon cutting for the Margaret and Charles Juravinski Centre for Integrated Healthcare inside and features the Premier Kathleen Wynne of Ontario moving to the right Margaret Juravinski and then her husband Charles Juravinski who for providing $10,000,000 got the naming rights.

The post processing techniques where the same as in previous upload where I was fooling around with the COLOUR TINT, and then opened in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 applying the UNSHARP MASK and then resized to 401 x 600 px and lastly saved as JPEG image for upload to this site.

Anyhow tomorrow I will go back to my photos from the tour of this site but thought these give a bit of PHOTO JOURNALISM so I would apply them first.

Tags: Photo journalism Portraits and people Charles Juravinski The Margaret and Charles Juravinki Centre for Intergrated Heathcare Premire Kathleen Wynee of Ontario Margaret Juravinski

Voters: NDODS, pablophotographer, FrancisChiles

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pablophotographer 6 952 335
25 Jan 2014 1:00PM
You are welcome Timothy.

It was less than a comment about making a crop, but more of finding a place to shoot without obstacles, like the lady in the green top.

This picture in contrast shows you had a better standing point for taking it and captures the scene you wanted to show correctly.

I appreciate your dedication to your community and your work towards it. May this health centre serve the local people for a long, long time.


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pablophotographer 6 952 335
25 Jan 2014 1:57PM
Isn't it ribbon instead of riboon?

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