Chess in the Park

This photo goes back to the early fall. The park is at Church St. & Queen St. beside St. Michael’s hospital. I thought it worked well in black and white.

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8 Responses to Chess in the Park

  1. Chantal Stanford says:

    Beautiful, love how the light is filtering down to shine on the chess players.

  2. Mauro Metallo says:

    This is a very nice one. Wide, effectively descriptive and beautifully framed. I like it very much.
    I compliment you for taking such a picture because I know that the area is hard to photograph: There isn’t much space and the light is often less than ideal because of the heavy shadow casted by the numerous trees.

    • davecandoit says:

      Thanks, Mauro. When I took this photo I accidentally had my camera set to a much lower image quality than it’s capable of and ended up with a relatively low-res file. After some playing around and sharpening, I think I managed to salvage it. You’re right about that area. Not an easy spot to get good light.

  3. This has a sort of party/picnic quality about it–it certainly works.

  4. davecandoit says:

    Yeah. Her photos are great! She’s very talented.

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