Out and about in Marrakech

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All with Pentax 645Z FA 35 f/3.5


1. The Bull is showing off but looks like it may be painful! ISO 160 f/8 1/40


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Full resolution of 42.3mp crop:


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2. And Hip(po)hop


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3. Looking into Medina City:


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4. ]https://farm6.staticflickr.com/5194/14527862482_3d1efc6143_b.jpg[/img][/url]Medina-City by


Gates:


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BW-Signs-and-roundabout by singingsnapper, on Flickr


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Shaft-of-light-in-Palais by singingsnapper, on Flickr


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A-shaft-of-light-in-marrakech-Palais by singingsnapper, on Flickr


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horse-and-cart by singingsnapper, on Flickr
 

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These are really good. I especially love #3
 

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Lovely pics. Great clarity.
 

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Nice colourfulpics. Made for enjoyable viewing. Hard to pick a favourite. Medina city comes mighty close .
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Really nice pics, but I find there's way too much contrast on the B&W conversions.

The 3rd image is an excellent composition but I find it difficult to look at. By adding the contrast for "punch", what you also do is push the micro contrast, so effectively there is now a black line underlining and emphasising all the small patterns throughout the image. To me this now swamps the main composition and I find myself struggling to overcome this confusion when I view it. Back off the contrast a touch and let the main compositional lines be the focus. Shadows look good as cool and soft as it is a good contrast to the harsh sunlit areas.

Number 8 is an excellent indoor shot full of rich deep tones and detail, but unfortunately blocked in the shadows by too much contrast. Indoor light is soft, not harsh, open the shadows a little and reveal all those rich tones up the left side and the soft cool light of the interior.


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