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Old Sep 9, 2009, 5:53 PM   #1
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Busy Grand Steeet Brooklyn...




The below is actually a close crop, perhaps ten percent of the image.





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LOL! They advise people to go out for shopping more often and buy more as a remedy for crisis (!!) which sounds more like an insult or mockery far bitter than the famous quote attributed to Marie Antoinette. Sadly the times we're witnessing is worse than twenty or ten years ago when finding a good job for a quilified person was not much of an issue...
Very good result for a crop 10 percent of the original shot handheld. The foveon sensor technology offers great advantage and I've seen some terrific images from Sigma cameras especially in terms of colour. Would like to see further from your DP2!
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Another view of NY that one rarely ever sees !!!
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LOL! They advise people to go out for shopping more often and buy more as a remedy for crisis (!!) which sounds more like an insult or mockery far bitter than the famous quote attributed to Marie Antoinette. Sadly the times we're witnessing is worse than twenty or ten years ago when finding a good job for a quilified person was not much of an issue...
Very good result for a crop 10 percent of the original shot handheld. The foveon sensor technology offers great advantage and I've seen some terrific images from Sigma cameras especially in terms of colour. Would like to see further from your DP2!
I've posted two sets of samples in the "Other Camera" forum. I'm not shy and will be happy to post more on request.

Grand Street is a major shopping street at the juncture of Williamburgh and Bushwick Brooklyn. These were taken about 8:15 in the morning, later on the streets will be full of people, and that tends to hide all the closed stores.

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Great snaps that show us how life is about in other parts of the world. Keep up the good work. Pete
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