>>> Street Photography eXchange #72 <<<

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solveproblems Contributing Member • Posts: 877
a fish

hexar Contributing Member • Posts: 858
Re: >>> Street Photography eXchange #72 <<<

walk with mom

Sal18 Veteran Member • Posts: 5,296
Lone Passenger
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Sal

4G63 Regular Member • Posts: 303
Zzzzzzzz.....

Seattle, Washington

Still Young Senior Member • Posts: 1,759
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lady blue
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fad
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The root of all evil

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Frank
shot in downtown Manhattan.
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fad
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Sal18 wrote:

Sal

This is your reward for the so-so parking lot experiment.

Nothing in the frame is wasted.  Everything is tactile and fits together.   It has that elusive 3 dimensional quality.

This is a real keeper.

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Hulamike
Hulamike Senior Member • Posts: 2,810
Re: art lovers

Great texture and pattern.

Hulamike
Hulamike Senior Member • Posts: 2,810
Re: Lone Passenger

Good shot Sal.

Hulamike
Hulamike Senior Member • Posts: 2,810
Re: Lone Passenger

There's eye contact with the subject. We can make a connection. Plus its nice compositionally with great lighting on her face. Indeed a keeper.

Hulamike
Hulamike Senior Member • Posts: 2,810
Re: >>> Street Photography eXchange #72 <<<

Very nice. Only wish you had gotten a little lower with more of an upward angle. More threatening sky would come into play. But its a nice shot.

hexar Contributing Member • Posts: 858
Re: Lone Passenger

Nice !

have a good day

HEXAR

Shane Hicks
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Re: >>> Street Photography eXchange #72 <<<

Thanks for the comments, shooting from the hip technique so couldn't really get any lower but the sigma 10-20 helped a little

Zubu Barunda Senior Member • Posts: 2,879
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hexar Contributing Member • Posts: 858
Re: Lone Passenger

Your beatiful picture reminds me of a project I did on trains a while ago.

Cheers

HEXAR

hexar Contributing Member • Posts: 858
Re: Lone Passenger

Maybe not a specific Street Photo ( hope it will not be deleted)  but as I landed through SAL`s pic in the train mood I caught this train HIGHKEY pic this week and I am very pleased with it as it strikes my eye in a way.  I want to share it anyway.

Happy training!

HEXAR

1drey
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Re: Lone Passenger

Great!

Love woman's facial expression. This photograph deserves to be printed large.

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Still Young Senior Member • Posts: 1,759
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albobkin
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Re: Warsaw Concerto

Zubu Barunda wrote:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4cu1vtIVxo

Beautiful,polyphonic image!

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