Face at the Window

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Sometimes you have a picture that is a stage for the actors to play on, it isn’t complete and satisfying until it has a story to tell.

I took this shot in the Winter Gardens in Blackpool unfortunately without the face / poster on the glass backlit screen. I did the Lith conversion that improved it vastly but still it didn’t satisfy.

I think this is the only picture I have ever “pasted-up”  in my life. I use the termed pasted-up for all composites. This might be the first of a few as I have been inspired to think along these lines recently.

Just as a by the by I will be giving a talk called “Digital Photography – the how not to guide” at Bristol North West Camera Club on Weds evening.

A big hello to all the new followers of my little blog, I hope I you find it useful.

(c) Andy Beel FRPS 2012

www.andybeelfrps.co.uk

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3 responses to Face at the Window

    • Jack Brewis says:

      Agree. But somehow I need to get myself up there. A stunning shot.

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