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07-30-2016, 11:49 AM   #1
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A woman of the maya culture
Lens: smc PENTAX-DA* 50-135mm F2.8 ED [IF] SDM Camera: pentax K-3 Photo Location: Guatemala ISO: 1600 Shutter Speed: 1/15s Aperture: F6.3 

Mayan rites in Guatemala, Chichicastenango

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If it were mine I'd crop in a lot tighter and lose the legs far left and the walking person too, compositionally putting the main subject on a third too and lose that broom handle, something like this.
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If it were mine I'd crop in a lot tighter and lose the legs far left and the walking person too, compositionally putting the main subject on a third too and lose that broom handle, something like this.
I think you are right, Thank you
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Jose,
A powerful image but the power needed to be freed from the extraneous clutter of the 21st century (the background).
I tried to let Photoshop bring us back to those times before the conquistadores .

I hope you get the idea of where I was going with this without a lot of tech talk - just let the image speak for itself.

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If it were mine I'd crop in a lot tighter and lose the legs far left and the walking person too, compositionally putting the main subject on a third too and lose that broom handle, something like this.
Thank you very much
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Jose,
A powerful image but the power needed to be freed from the extraneous clutter of the 21st century (the background).
I tried to let Photoshop bring us back to those times before the conquistadores .

I hope you get the idea of where I was going with this without a lot of tech talk - just let the image speak for itself.

Wildman.
Thank you very much, I will try with photoshop
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