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And then there is Paris....

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And then there is Paris. sent on January 02, 2018 (10:14) by Matteo Platania. 5 comments, 506 views.

at 40mm, 1/1250 f/5.6, ISO 200, hand held.

Foto scattata in una splendida giornata di fine settembre, dai giardini di Tuilliers, nei pressi di Place de la Concorde. Tutte le foto contenute in queste gallerie sono copyright Matteo Platania e non possono essere utilizzate in alcuna forma senza il consenso dell'autore.



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sent on January 02, 2018 (10:30) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Congratulations Matteo,
very beautiful image, in a beautiful b / w, and with a sky ... wonderful!
On a compositional level, if I can, I would have "tight" a little framing avoiding to understand the "half" sculpture in the foreground on the right. But it's just my personal ... consideration!
A dear greeting,
Paul

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sent on January 02, 2018 (11:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@Paul,
Dearest thanks for the ride and your comment (of course you can ... you have to!).

So I deliberately left that block because I liked the idea of ??having an element in the foreground, with that half-profile of sculpture that seems to look elsewhere. The picture seemed to me well balanced (block in the foreground + central block + tower + the two street lamps as vertical elements, together with the tower).

But certainly your consideration does not make a turn, cut out the half sculpture ... absolutely there.

The wonderful thing is that we all see with different eyes and heads :-P

Good day and again Happy 2018!
Matteo

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sent on January 02, 2018 (11:24) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Dearest Matteo,
even your "reasoning" does not make a ... "wrinkle"! :-P

... The wonderful thing is that we all see with different eyes and heads ...
in this regard I inserted in my home page a thought of the great director, Oscar winner, Giuseppe Tornatore "The eyes of the photographers "!

Best wishes and Happy New Year to you too,
Paul

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sent on January 16, 2018 (16:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

very good image very well composed, very good !!!!!!!!!

greetings Bruno

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sent on January 16, 2018 (16:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@Bruno,

again Thanks for the ride and your very welcome comment !!!

A hug,
Matteo



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