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Great holmertz 2019-08-23 2:07

Hello Jorge,
This is a pleasant composition showing many beautiful buildings and lots of people strolling across the square. The man in the orange shirt in the foreground adds some brightness, but what an idiot he is! He goes out with such a nice girl and he just keeps watching his f***ing mobile phone. I am again a bit disappointed with you, that you didn't spend half a minute on making the photo just a little clearer and brighter. It's so easy. ;-)
Best regards,
Gert

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Old 08-23-2019, 09:17 AM
jmdias jmdias is offline
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gert

I try don't make much PP in my photos because I want the mood of the moment, sometimes the excess of sharpness breaks some aspects of the compo I want to preserve. yes, it could be a little more bright, but the day was finishing, this is the memory I had of it. deception is part of the game too. haha. portuguese are famous because are stubborn, I can't escape my roots. haha.

take care

jorge
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Old 08-23-2019, 09:33 AM
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Hello,

I made a WS just for myself to see if I could make it better. It was clearer and brighter without changing the impression of the weather. A photo straight out of a digital camera does not tell you of the mood of the moment. It always has a slightly grey or hazy tone. Just one click in a PP program could make it so much nicer.

Have a nice weekend.

Gert
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