Friday, December 25, 2009

Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Fattypuffs & Thinifers'


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Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Fattypuffs & Thinifers'
Here I offer you a spontaneous discussion / analysis of a photo from both a technical and also a very human point of view. What I don't normally do is go into the nitty gritty of the settings used on the camara because for one thing I generally can't remember and can't be bothered finding out, and secondly, I firmly believe that great photos are made before the shutter button is pressed based on what is happening around the photographer at the time and how he reacts to it. All comments are very welcome.



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Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Fattypuffs & Thinifers'
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Sab Will / Paris Set Me Free

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4 comments:

catied said...

wow, i would never have 'seen' this until you talked about it. Now almost looks like a world on either side of the wall - hers and his. I am definitely going to start carrying my camera in my purse!

Paris Set Me Free said...

I'd say that the best photos are almost always unplanned - that's one of the real joys of street photography.

Rob said...

we need a bit of human element in our images to make them feel alive. I like your final image. The contrast of short and tall, and empty space in the poster and the platform. The woman sitting down was too distracting. thanks for showing us how you choose one image over the other.

Paris Set Me Free said...

Thanks for the comment Rob, appreciate it. The great thing is you never know when you're going to come up against an image that pleases you like this one did me. You've just gotta have your camera with you as often as possible, even if it gets a bit obsessional!

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