Good Food from Italy

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I saw this patio and liked the colours, but probably would have passed on taking the photo until I happened to noticed the girl sitting in the apartment window above the establishment. She was far easier to see in real life, compared to how the camera caught her. I’ve always found it intriguing how are eye is able to see and translate scenes to our brain so much better than a camera & lens. The trick is to learn to recognize subjects not for how you see them but for how you know your camera will capture them. It takes time to critically analysis scenes in this manner, but once you sort of get it, it saves a lot of wasted hard drive space from dowloading lackluster images that appeared great to the naked eye.

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