Well, I like the original crop much more. In this case it is not giving freedom and space to the subject - the woman in the middle ground - but leaves her even more lost: So much room, but not for her, lost in a wide space where paople just wander by.Michael Tapes said:For me the photograph become far more powerful when I crop most of the bottom away.
ctrl clickAsher Kelman said:Hi John,
I'm visiting in June!
Hope to meet you?
Well, until I get my new IntelMac or my son gives me one of his PC laptops (he has just ordered a 17" IntelMac because it runs windows faster), I am Windows-challenged.
I forget what the equivalent is for Mac! Anyone know the key code?
John, Was she on spanish steps? If so I stopped & watched this person for about an hour (a year ago) to see if s/he would change position. After about a half hour, I saw very slight movement, readjusting knees & elbows but s/he never looked up. Not one person dropped a coin in the time I was watching but I suspect it must be a good sport otherwise s/he wouldn't stay there. And I wondered to myself if this was what it appeared or another one of those human "statues".John_Nevill said:I'm relatively new to street photography and saw this statement whilst walking the streets of Rome a few weeks back.
John,John_Nevill said:Ron, I moved host a few months back and the link died.