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    Two young men on a street

    Two young men on a street

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    NICE! I like.....

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    In this photograph the only thing that I do not like is that there is a third person behind them...

    I don't know how to remove him...

    Thank you for the comment

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Using spot healing brush, healing brush, and clone stamp in Elements 9

    Two young men on a street

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Antonio, I think sometimes we can get too critical over technicalities. I for one have been really enjoying your series and your treatment of the photos. Keep them coming and thank you.

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Antonio, I really like the way you portray people. Normally, I would not want my characters leaving the fame but, IMO, this works very well. The inclusion of the white car is nice also. It balances the image...

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcrowe View Post
    Antonio, I really like the way you portray people. Normally, I would not want my characters leaving the fame but, IMO, this works very well. The inclusion of the white car is nice also. It balances the image...
    Yet, if it were not for the car the image could not be dated, giving it a more vintage feel.

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Not bed Ken, not bed...
    I have to try myself.
    Thank you

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Quote Originally Posted by Ricco View Post
    Antonio, I think sometimes we can get too critical over technicalities. I for one have been really enjoying your series and your treatment of the photos. Keep them coming and thank you.
    You are right about the technicalities...
    Thank you. I will try to keep posting images ...

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    Re: Two young men on a street

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcrowe View Post
    Antonio, I really like the way you portray people. Normally, I would not want my characters leaving the fame but, IMO, this works very well. The inclusion of the white car is nice also. It balances the image...
    You are right Richard.
    But let me tell you how - sometimes - I photograph street scenes:
    Camera at waist level and photographing pointing - more or less - to the areas I want. Aperture closed, wide angle and focusing automatically to all points.
    I do not do it often. So, disasters happen 9 times on 10 !!! In the computer I choose the ones I like. It is not a scientific or elaborated way to photograph and everyone can do it. It's a kind of chance to get a good picture.
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    @ Ken
    I have re-done the photo as you have.
    See here the original with the clone work made. Black and white is very forgiving in terms of clone. Even not perfect it comes out good enough

    - I do not like the feet cut, so to make a decent image out of this I had to assume such a fact.
    I do not know why they had their hands together. We see it often in India.
    I also like the boys and the car going out of the frame, balancing the composition and breaking the rules.

    Two young men on a street

    Now I have re-done the hole image. I introduced some adjustments in the ACR and moved into a better crop, which is - for me - more dynamic fitting better the image.

    Two young men on a street

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