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Builders Break M8.2 and the 21mm 1:1.4 Summilux


arminw

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That is true, Kirk. But my opinion is that this image is built up in a graphic way, with the humans being the colour- and compositional counterpoint. You put your finger exactly on what I preferred in the crop.

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The last one appears to be a tad too much constructed, for my taste.

 

My personal preference would be the first one, it has a more three-dimensional, out of life feel.

 

The persons in the picture look almost too composed, but then, this is ad lib. Thank you for showing

 

Stefan

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Thanks to all for the comments and criticism . I have to say not only because it's an image I have taken that I prefer my version , but it does benefit from a not so tight crop . It's a rather busy image , a lot is going on and I feel it does need the space for exploration . I also have to say it is not an image to view online and at such small resolution .... :rolleyes:

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I thought by the title that this was going to be some sequence of shots, you took a photo of a builder at work, builder didn't like being photographed, approaches you.........

 

Great image, yes it's busy but that's a busy place! Lots to look at. FWIW I prefer the first version, but maybe with a touch of contrast as with Stuarts.

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Another vote for the first image.

 

A cropped image while creating a more central theme with the men and the geometry of the ironworks, it comes at the expense of removing the subjects from a specific environment; i.e. the ferris wheel in the background (the "eye"?) and the foot traffic below. As for more/less saturation, more/less contrast, etc...it is a matter of what kind of monitor you viewing the image. On my end the first shot looked fine.

 

Cheers!

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