Thursday 08 January, 2015 by Uncle Spike
| Tags: Boboli Gardens, florence, italy, photography, Travel
HUGE!! That place is HUGE!!!
Naw. True perspective would have been a fly landing on your lens.
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Sometimes I like humans in my photos for perspective, unless I going for that postcard photo, which your picture my have been. This one could go either way. Thank goodness for Photoshop!
Haha… I need to get that one day I guess 🙂
It’s an amazing tool for fixing photos. Great for adding features or removing blemishes. It’s made Playboy Magazine millions of dollars! 😄
With me, it’s often someone in red who adds perspective. I don’t mind folks in my photos, usually.
I’m always torn… I love pure shots, especially of nature where no humans are involved, but, hmm… dunno on this one
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