At the moment of shooting there was no photographer around, probably having a break :). Near the boulvare people are often stopped and asked if they want to have a photo.
Nobody trouve(nt) cette note utile
Critiques | Translate
banyanman (7789) 2007-03-20 11:41
Great title for this shot, Emilia, AND an interesting subject (can't be much crime around there if the photographer disappears leaving his/her camera on the table like that) AND technically the photograph is good (exposure, sharpness, etc,) BUT . . . I feel your POV could have been better rather than just placing this in the middle of the frame. I think your composition could have been greatly improved if you had some out-of-focus background (distant street scene or whatever) to put this into context. A well spotted photo op though. Cheers . . . David
rushfan2112 (2965) 2007-03-24 5:43
Hi Emilia, this is a sad and a funny shot all at the same time, I feel. This guy is probably a really good photographer and proud of his trade but his shop / studio leaves a little to be desired. Excellent composition and exposure. Really good shot. Regards, Paul.
Patrick_M87 (66) 2007-11-18 12:35
Im quite astonished. An expensive Camera and noone to guard it.
It reminds me of my days in Damscus. I wantet to buy some postcards in a streetshop, waiting in the shop for someone to come and sell the cards. But the shop stayed empty.. :-) So I went without buying anything. Bad deal for the owner.