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Her velvet jacket and cherry skirt caught the glimmer of every cabbie's eye.
Quick action got this shot and, therefore, you didn't see the people across the street which confuses the area around the woman's face. Use your Photoshop tools to get rid of these distractions.
ReidoBandito, "Cherry Skirt" was the first print I encountered when I signed in to the contest. I immediately felt outdone, and knew I could never be capable of seeing such a moment. It's glossy mag content, minimum. Also, about this idea: would you and anyone else possibly be interested in having some sort of print exchange? The pinholers (yes, that's how they bill themselves) do ta worldwide event around xmas every year. It's an idea--maybe we could kick it around, in addition to a book (that investigation is proceeding; will let folks know anything more that I find out). All this is a way of saying what a great moment you have here.
The validity of this wind-whipped moment is as well in the distractions as it is in the attractions. Muck with it and you've lost the instant.
Is a photo meant to mock reality, rock your morality, modify your totality? I think not. The point is, point and shoot. I'm afraid with you, Abby, this point is moot.
What a look. If it ain't peterman it is definitely everyman.
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