Burnt out on my x100f

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Strangefinder
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Re: Burnt out on my x100f
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EOS GUY wrote:

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But then I saw the set called @Ordinary Place' by SITTICHAI MAIKUPANDIN - scroll down

https://www.lensculture.com/2021-lensculture-street-photography-award-winners

OR click here and click the image to see the slideshow

https://www.lensculture.com/2021-lensculture-street-photography-award-winners?modal=sittichai-maikupandin-the-winner-of-street-photography-awards-2021

Now he lives in no special place but WOW those photos. No more do I have an excuse to say there's nothing to photograph around here.

What I DO have to admit is I need TO LEARN TO LOOK HARDER AND - MORE IMPORTANTLY - TO LOOK DIFFERENTLY

Now as a street shooter and a quite unconventional one at that - I thought I was already doing this. But no, it seems there's always more to learn

I don't know HOW he got some of his images, especially the last two, if it was something he deliberately did with his camera or a 'cool accident'... IDK.

Actually if anyone does know I'd love to hear - literally what are we looking at in those last two images? How did these photos even happen?

I need to know!

They look like reflections from within a coach or train superimposed upon the scenes outside, with a degree of alignment, and having had some selective processing to minimise interference. Excellent example of liberation from naturalistic representation of day-to-day scenes.

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