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As you can see form the 'before and after' of this
picture (tablet and desktop PC versions only), I
didn't shoot it with this final picture in mind. In
fact I don't know why I shot it at all, as it's little
better than a snapshot as we left the town, and as
it doesn't even have friends in it, it's not even a
memo for the family album! However, once on
screen, a picture very often develops (pardon the
pun) out of nothing at all, as here.
And if I'm to criticise my own work before
anybody else does, I would add that a number of
my pictures would benefit from having that little
extra 'something' in them - something that might
have come along had I waited long enough. Like
an old lady perfectly placed in the frame to offset her surroundings, or a lost shoe
that becomes the focal point of the picture.... Here, a cat slinking along the wall
would have been nice and perhaps made it a more interesting picture. But I'm not
about to start adding stuff to the images now; that in my view would be an abuse of
the photographic process: if the picture's missing something, that's my fault, so you
won't find any images that have been doctored in that way on this site.
As you can see form the 'before and after' of this picture (tablet and desktop PC
versions only), I didn't shoot it with this final picture in mind. In fact I don't know why
I shot it at all, as it's little better than a snapshot as we left the town, and as it
doesn't even have friends in it, it's not even a memo for the family album! However,
once on screen, a picture very often develops (pardon the pun) out of nothing at all,
as here.
And if I'm to criticise my own work before anybody else does, I would add that a
number of my pictures would benefit from having that little extra 'something' in
them - something that might have come along had I waited long enough. Like an old
lady perfectly placed in the frame to offset her surroundings, or a lost shoe that
becomes the focal point of the picture.... Here, a cat slinking along the wall would
have been nice and perhaps made it a more interesting picture. But I'm not about to
start adding stuff to the images now; that in my view would be an abuse of the
photographic process: if the picture's missing something, that's my fault, so you
won't find any images that have been doctored in that way on this site.
As you can see form the 'before and after' of this
picture (tablet and desktop PC versions only), I
didn't shoot it with this final picture in mind. In fact I
don't know why I shot it at all, as it's little better
than a snapshot as we left the town, and as it
doesn't even have friends in it, it's not even a memo
for the family album! However, once on screen, a
picture very often develops (pardon the pun) out of
nothing at all, as here.
And if I'm to criticise my own work before anybody
else does, I would add that a number of my pictures
would benefit from having that little extra
'something' in them - something that might have
come along had I waited long enough. Like an old
lady perfectly placed in the frame to offset her surroundings, or a lost shoe that
becomes the focal point of the picture.... Here, a cat slinking along the wall would have
been nice and perhaps made it a more interesting picture. But I'm not about to start
adding stuff to the images now; that in my view would be an abuse of the photographic
process: if the picture's missing something, that's my fault, so you won't find any
images that have been doctored in that way on this site.

The glow of Tuscany...

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As you can see form the 'before and after' of this picture (tablet and desktop PC versions only), I didn't shoot it with this final picture in mind. In fact I don't know why I shot it at all, as it's little better than a snapshot as we left the town, and as it doesn't even have friends in it, it's not even a memo for the family album!  However, once on screen, a picture very often develops (pardon the pun) out of nothing at all, as here.

And if I'm to criticise my own work before anybody else does, I would add that a number of my pictures would benefit from having that little extra 'something' in them - something that might have come along had I waited long enough. Like an old lady perfectly placed in the frame to offset her surroundings, or a lost shoe that becomes the focal point of the picture....  Here, a cat slinking along the wall would have been nice and perhaps made it a more interesting picture.  But I'm not about to start adding stuff to the images now; that in my view would be an abuse of the photographic process: if the picture's missing something, that's my fault, so you won't find any images that have been doctored in that way on this site.
        
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