Glass blower (2 years and 233 days ago)
Thank you. Appreciate your comment.
good that you see people at work and this is a good example,first thought would be to crop this and make a more verticall shot,but then looking at this a bit more it shows his work tools as well.
This is a greaat shot full of story through and through. If you have PS try painting out the reddish colour of the glass and keep everything else black. You cannot do that for this contest, it's just a suggestion for you to have fun with.
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Glass blower, Granville Island Vancouver (5 years and 1173 days ago)
Author, this appears to be shot through glass...the reflections are a bit distracting to an otherwise good image. If you wish to shoot through glass, may I recommend investing in a polarizing filter? They are fairly inexpensive and not only remove most reflections from windows, they also help effectively saturate colors in landscape photography....just a thought.
This was used with a 17-40mm lens with a polarized filter. Shooting through glass was my only option, but the reflection was an intentional frame around the subject. Thanks for the comment!
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Thank goodness I don't need one of those.
If that's the size snowblower you can get away with, you must live in a MUCH warmer place than me. That would last about 10 minutes here. (Not too bad of a winter this year, though. We only have 4 and a half feet so far)
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