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The Shoe maker

The Shoe maker

In Malta, nowadays, shoe makers and repairers are difficult to find. This man was very kind to accept me to photograph him while he was working in his workshop. Comments are greatly appreciated. Thank you


Christopher Azzopardi

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Registered: July 2006
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Date: Sun November 12, 2006
Views: 2,283
Filesize: 147.6kb
Dimensions: 750 x 568
Keywords: shoe maker man at work black white

Great shot with good depth of field to capture the posters on the wall. john
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#1 Sun November 12, 2006 11:39am

Love it....has a sense of history and is almost like a painting somehow!

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#2 Sun November 12, 2006 12:33pm

Beautiful photograph. The lighting accentuating the main area of interest is very well organised. Superb.
#3 Sun November 12, 2006 12:38pm

Christopher, I have no suggestions for improvement. You've once again managed to package the essance of your subject into a neatly arranged work of art.
#4 Sun November 12, 2006 2:45pm

What wonderful rich tonality, Has the delicate look of a silver selenium which I love. The subject matter is superb! Oh yes, and nice framing. Just a wonderful art print with historical value. D. Smile
#5 Sun November 12, 2006 3:47pm

Christopher, I wish I had a suggestion--any suggestion--to offer, just because you asked, but this image needs no improvement. There's so much to see here, yet the background is muted, and one's attention is drawn to the man's strong, work-worn hands (then, secondarily, to his face). My God, this is a wonderful photo. -Brian
#6 Mon November 13, 2006 2:17am

richard crowe
Excellent shot Christopher.
Richard Crowe

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#7 Tue November 14, 2006 11:29pm

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