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Marsilea Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2011
Le cadrage vertical est vraiment troublant!
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djailledie Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Tu veux dire que la table perturbe?
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Marsilea Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2011
La photo est troublante, et le cadrage vertical y participe: bien composé. La table équilibre bien les lignes verticales.
D'accord aussi avec ce que j'ai lu sur les commentaires, une table plus nuancée et moins surexposée aurait été top, probablement possible sur le post traitement, avec des calques d'exposition différente.
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djailledie Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Bien sur, j'aurais pu corriger ca. Mais je dois avouer que passer plus de 5mn sur photoshop est rarissime. Je pense que celle la est non traitee - le jpg par defaut de l'appareil. En fait, si j'ai 5mn, je prefere les passer avec l'appareil a la main qu'avec la souris a la main.
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Marsilea Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011
Tu as bien raison... Je devrais faire pareil mais j aime bien aussi le post traitement...
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djailledie Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Je ne suis pas doué pour le post-traitement... ou alors je ne sais pas faire.
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Marsilea Featured By Owner Jan 5, 2012
Ou simplement tu ne trouves pas d'intérêt à passer du temps dessus, et vu la qualités de tes photos tu n'as pas totalement tort.
De mon point de vue, tout peut s'apprendre, moyennement intérêt, temps et persévérance.
Cela étant dit, je pense que certaines de tes photos pourraient encore gagner dans un peu plus de post traitement, sans perdre le côté parfois "décalé". Et puis se passer du post traitement délibérément sur certaines photos, lorsqu'on a pourtant un savoir faire, c'est aussi classe :)

Et sinon bravo ;)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Oh, il y a aussi que je passe ma journee sur un ordinateur, donc la photo avec un appareil a la main, ca me decontracte plus que la photo une souris a la main...
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comteskyee Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2011  Professional Traditional Artist
l'observateur "en chef" est celui qui tient l'appareil et qu'on ne voit donc pas =)
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djailledie Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
C'est du moins ce qu'il espere! :D
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SLpImpressions Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2011
a watcher watching the one watching
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SLpImpressions Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011
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djailledie Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes, and that the part we see, I don't know who was watching me! :D
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MARX77 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2011   Photographer
Couldn't have said it better myself.
Brilliant comment! I agree 100% :nod:
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RichardLeach Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2011   Traditional Artist
Ah! I love the seated gazer inside the standing one - the very gaze-worthy woman in the white coat - and the neat geometrical composition formed by the man, the woman, and the cluster of people at far right just above center. There are other nice details too, these are just the "big" ones!
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djailledie Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks, Richard. Yes, there is always a large complexity in these reflections, that I am always hesitant to capture - the first reason being that before you are on the computer, you don't know what you are going to see. Sometimes it turns out well, sometimes it doesn't. Is the photographer still in charge in that case?
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RichardLeach Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2011   Traditional Artist
It does seem that the photographer is not in charge. Though you retain the final say over whether to share the image or discard it - the ultimate being in charge. Photography - at least street - is different from other arts that way, isn't it? I control every single word in a poem - although, people interpret them in different ways that I don't have a say over. Every form has its own areas where the artist is in charge and where the artist is not.

Joel was hard on the photo, wasn't he? To me it's about the image, the overexposure just seemed like more goodness :D
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djailledie Featured By Owner Jan 4, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Yes, in street, you can't control everything. Unless you are VERY patient, you cannot get everything right - and sometimes it is never right. Wisdom would be to give up, but it is frustrating.
Of course, as for poems, people will interpret things differently, and the limit is our own representation of the right word or the right time.
Joel criticized the exposure - and the burned white area at the bottom. I am sure I could fix that if I was using more processing, but I hate to do that...
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