>>> Street Photography eXchange #41 <<<

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Deepak Kaw
Deepak Kaw Senior Member • Posts: 1,870
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fad
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Re: Self portrait

Well, you've given my wife a good laugh with your randy comments about a visual double entendre, but we should remember our age, and years of wisdom, and artistic dedication, fellas.

So here is a stately capture of two sweethearts kissing before moving away:

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Frank
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bosjohn21
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Re: Self portrait
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fad wrote:

Well, you've given my wife a good laugh with your randy comments about a visual double entendre, but we should remember our age, and years of wisdom, and artistic dedication, fellas.

So here is a stately capture of two sweethearts kissing before moving away:

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Frank
shot in downtown Manhattan.
http://sidewalkshadows.com/blog/ (street photos)

absolutly lovely capture you have ventured out of your comfort zone and presented a minimalist and in color allagory for mankinds more tender moments being played off against the teaming steamy city and envirns. The depth and imagination here are mind boggling brilliant camera work and post processing have preserved every nuance every detail every gesture of this universal embrace

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John aka bosjohn21

Sal18 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,895
Re: Self portrait

It's been pulled??

Sal

Sal18 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,895
Re: fur

Lion, at least.

I like it. She has elegant disdain....probably for his youthful vigor as much as the mane.

Sal

bosjohn21
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Re: River of Chess (ripoff of Sal)

Sal18 wrote:

What I enjoyed about shooting the chess players that day was that they stay in the same place, they ignore you, there is interaction, there are tonal contrasts....all the obvious. And you don't find any in a small town in Connecticut. In fact, it is rare that you see anyone sitting. Everyone is doing something or going somewhere. And this reminds me to do some sitting around this summer and wait for the pix to come to me. The population triples in the summer, a good thing for me, because I can walk the length of Main Street and see a total of 3 people and one dog.

Sal

I worked ten years in Harvared square and every afternoon after work I would go play chess get to know the charactors and show up with my camera. Being one of the players really helped with being accepted with the camera and I must have about a billion shots of the chess players charactors hangers on and other harvard square regulars from the "pit" in front of the subway entrance to the "pain" where the chess players are. Your image is nice and very similar to many I took.

As both kings are off the board I am guessing chess lesson.\

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John aka bosjohn21

Sal18 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,895
Re: communication in market

This is a very lovely series. Very touching.

Sal

xtoph OP Veteran Member • Posts: 9,471
Re: Choose your way .....

very nice, gianluca, a simple but suggestive exploit of the sign.

i almost wish the shadowed head were back a tiny bit to the left--he seems to be favoring one of the opposed sides behind him this way. and perhaps the very-centered composition is more simple than it had to be to make the picture?

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Re: one more foreground

i think it really very nearly almost works. i do like the sense of detail, and i tend to appreciate less punchy bw conversions generally (not exclusively--i do love a nice coal-black neopan sort of look for some pictures). but the balance can be delicate. that's one of the nice things about shooting tri-x--it just delivers that long reach into the shadows without looking unnatural.

anyway, don't give up on this direction--just work to tweak it so it comes across as a bit more natural, maybe.

fad
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Re: River of Chess (ripoff of Sal)

Sal18 wrote:

What I enjoyed about shooting the chess players that day was that they stay in the same place, they ignore you, there is interaction, there are tonal contrasts....all the obvious. And you don't find any in a small town in Connecticut. In fact, it is rare that you see anyone sitting. Everyone is doing something or going somewhere. And this reminds me to do some sitting around this summer and wait for the pix to come to me. The population triples in the summer, a good thing for me, because I can walk the length of Main Street and see a total of 3 people and one dog.

Sal

And you also saw a sinuous river of concentrated faces that I'd overlooked for years.  Sal, you have an eye, a penetrating eye of an alert and disciplined artist.

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Frank
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Re: Self portrait

Did you get my joke or not.  The world wants to know.

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Frank
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Re: Looking in

Deepak Kaw wrote:

This works very nicely.

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Frank
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Re: fur

Sal18 wrote:

Lion, at least.

I like it. She has elegant disdain....probably for his youthful vigor as much as the mane.

Sal

Honestly, I am afraid (but not sure!) that the disdain was related to the presence of me and 3 my colleagues, all of them not Japanese. This happens sometimes.

xtoph OP Veteran Member • Posts: 9,471
nice one frank

and well played john--that's what you call synergy.

bosjohn21
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Re: Self portrait

fad wrote:

Did you get my joke or not.  The world wants to know.

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Frank
shot in downtown Manhattan.
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did you read my reply?

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John aka bosjohn21

Sal18 Veteran Member • Posts: 4,895
Re: River of Chess (ripoff of Sal)

Well, Frank....thank you. I wish you were right! If I've improved it is thanks to your help and others on spx, and the constructive criticism generously given here. Sometimes I'm lucky - and too often it is, really, just a quick accident of timing and luck.

The big thing is that we all love what we are doing, and we love sharing our photos.

Sal

fad
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Re: Fashion 2013

A charming composition, but the post is a problem.  You might bring it down or something.

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Frank
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Re: fur

Japanese textiles are exquisite.  They're patterns are a joy to behold.

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Frank
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fad
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Re: fashion advertisment

More to the right would have been helpful.

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