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    Default Spending his life playing a tune of love...

    Imagine spending your life playing tunes of love...

    Photo was taken on a Gondola while on my honeymoon.



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    Default Re: Spending his life playing a tune of love...

    he might be playing the tune alright, but if the pictures is without your explanation, it doesn't really say much by itself unless is a series of pictures.
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    slightly deeper DOF would be good, so that his face is in focus but the BG remains blurred

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    Default Re: Spending his life playing a tune of love...

    Quote Originally Posted by gongkia2000
    slightly deeper DOF would be good, so that his face is in focus but the BG remains blurred
    Agreed.

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    Default Re: Spending his life playing a tune of love...

    too tight a crop for me.

    would be good to include the gondola as well as more of the canal.

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    agree with gongkia2000. it can stand alone as a picture. no need a series.

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    Well-captured! Maybe u can increase the saturation? Just my preferece only.
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    Default Re: Spending his life playing a tune of love...

    Nicely done. Though I'd actualy say desaturate it more and less contrast. Perhaps even more cropped to the hand on the accordian. It should either go tighter or much wider.

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