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Subject: [Leica] IMG: Titis Parisiens and a question
From: hopsternew at (Geoff Hopkinson)
Date: Sat, 2 Nov 2013 05:31:38 +1000
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My preference is for the second one, Philippe. The closer framing of the
couple gives me much better engagement with them while still including
plenty of their shop environment to tell the story.
Tonally and texturally it is better too although that is just based on
versions as shown of course.


On 2 November 2013 03:35, philippe.amard <philippe.amard at> wrote:

> I was in Paris last Saturday and had to get to the drugstore near my
> daughter's place.
> I found this friendly pair among endangered species deserved "immortality"
> and asked them if I could take a snap, which they spontaneously agreed to.
> So my question now is which one do you think works better if either does.
> And why svp.
> a)
> http://gallery.leica-users.**org/d/370977-1/Paris-Hardware+**
> Store+2-4113.jpg<>
> or b)
> http://gallery.leica-users.**org/d/370973-1/Paris-Hardware+**
> Store+3-4114.jpg<>
> Thank you in anticipation.
> Philippe
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> the eye. Antoine de Saint Exup?ry in Le Petit Prince.
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