somewhat old architecture/street scene.

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somewhat old architecture/street scene.

Post by geedee » Fri Jul 20, 2018 11:34 pm

1/i25th f8 ISO 100 subjected to PP

CC appreciated as ever..
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Re: somewhat old architecture/street scene.

Post by David_MC » Sat Jul 21, 2018 2:30 am

I like this shot quite a bit. I almost wish those people weren't in the shot but what can you do.

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Re: somewhat old architecture/street scene.

Post by Reciprocityrules » Sat Jul 21, 2018 2:51 am

I like this shot as well Gedee -very well done!
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Re: somewhat old architecture/street scene.

Post by Roderick » Sat Jul 21, 2018 4:26 pm

It is nice, I agree with Jonny and David. It seems a tiny bit "soft" on my monitor. Maybe a higher resolution export might sort it ?
Where is it - France ?

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Re: somewhat old architecture/street scene.

Post by geedee » Sat Jul 21, 2018 9:56 pm

Thanks guys.. David, perhaps not unusually, Medieval villages tend to have swarms of folk milling around so one has to wait a while.. I ain`t exactly the patient type. Jonny I should have done better with a scene like that . Rod you are indeed correct, I thought my laptop screen was showing it`s age... I will look again on my desktop to determine whether the original pic was soft or perhaps my attempts at PP created the softness.

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Re: somewhat old architecture/street scene.

Post by Reciprocityrules » Sun Jul 22, 2018 1:44 am

Well, if you feel you could have done better, it seems like a good excuse to return then. Happy travels! It looks like a beautiful location. It's all practice Gedee.....I enjoy the learning experience, getting out and about, fiddling with the camera and seeing what happened when I pressed the shutter button. I learned a lesson of approach last week. I had what I thought was a bittern fly into some foliage on my property. I didn't keep the sun at my back, and I approached from an angle that offered me a "bird butt" shot as it flew away. Live and learn. You'll get it next time! I really like the composition of the shot...sincerely. It would be worth a return trip.
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