There is nothing quite like getting a flat tire in the heart of Naples, Italy at 1AM on a Sunday morning. Talk about bad luck… Since the auto shop can’t seem to find me a Fiat tire (Seriously… a Fiat tire… in Italy…), I am stuck driving 70 kilometers and hour or slower until further notice and praying my donut holds. Joy.
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Finally, today’s image. I was trying to add a little human element to this seascape photo at dusk that I shot last week in Maratea, Italy. As I said in an earlier post on composition, sometimes adding that human element can really amplify the feeling in an image. As I was composing this shot, my new Slovakian biker friend decided to get in for a little purple hour dip. Rather than wait for him to move out of the frame, I decided to try to add some human movement to the already beautiful seascape, a blurred silhouette if you will. What do you think? Do you prefer that human aspect in your landscape/fine art work??
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