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SHOOTSTANDWALKYAWN

By youmightlikethis
Edinburgh street shot does it work if not why not

Tags: Photo journalism General Black and white Portraits and people Humour and fun

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3510 Canada
25 Jul 2014 7:30PM
I was thinking that perhaps dividing it into two images would work best. Then I saw Jokens mod, and that makes a lot of sense to me. Its all about cameras.



regards


Willie

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Mollycat Plus
3 11 2 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2014 8:18PM
Walkyawn. Sounds like a new Japanese sushi dish.
dark_lord Plus
12 1.8k 326 England
25 Jul 2014 8:31PM
Interesting characters here, but there is too much going on, no single strong point. Normally a group of people with different expressions would be good, but there is a gap between them and no interaction (why should there be, but equally this doesn't suggest crowd). Clipping the guy on the right looks careless and he has a great expression which does draw the eye. More space to the right would certainly help.
Essentially this is really two different groups each worthy of their own image.
Mod uploaded.
25 Jul 2014 8:35PM
thanks for crits and comments
mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1493 United Kingdom
25 Jul 2014 9:21PM
Street photography freezes a moment in time with all its unsatisfactory untidiness, all its unanswered questions. Sometimes it requires an objective outsider to identify the real story. Joken's Mod does that. The yawn looks important to the image, but it's a distraction - the real strength and structure emerge when it disappears.
Moira
paulbroad 9 116 1056 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2014 5:03PM
Good quality but just too much going on. Every figure is doing something different and is sharp enough to demand attention. Even the most dominent figure is not strong enough to fully command the scene. She needs to be rather larger and stronger in the frame.

Paul

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