Today, I’m off to Miklosaure, a small village where we stayed in rural Transylvania, where I came across this lady who was happy for me to take her photograph – such a characterful face. She was soaking up the mid day sun, and I hadn’t the heart to ask her to move, so the shadows falling on her face are a bit obtrusive:
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A lovely photo Sue 😊😊
Thank you, Brian!
I remember that lady. Such a lovely portrait, Sue.
Best wishes, Pete.
Despite the harsh light, her character shines through….
Thank you, Alison
Now, doesn’t she just look like the nicest lady? And very happy too!
Such a lovely smile – it cheered me up today when things are all going wrong, from telephones to computers!
Oh, I’m pleased to be of help!
That’s delightful. And far better to catch the moment rather than get her to move.
Well, yes, I do agree!
She looks so very happy 😀
I was pleased with that Quick portrait
She obviously has a sunny disposition, Sue 🙂 🙂
I like to think so, Jo!
She looks lovely, I don’t find the shadows a problem. I like the muted colours in her shirt.
I did adjust the shadows, the original was very harsh! The colours of her blouse are great, I agree😊
wonderful portrait 🙂
Thank you, Becky!
Oh you’re pernickety! The shadows are where she was and don’t detract at all. I completely admire your people shots. I never dare.
And the textures too – splendid. I’m revisiting my Chatwin book – and here you are, doing Chatwinesque things, although you’re not such a poser (except when you want, to get rid of shadows!)
And which book is that?
Photographs and notebooks
Of course, I have the same book! And we discussed that
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