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Old Dec 2, 2014, 4:12 PM   #1
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Last March I visited San Francisco and walking on The Mission i shoot some pictures of a street covered in gratify and "urban art" but I didn't find the time to edit and share with you guys.

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5. I met Jose who is an artist, he paint murals and also city shapes in canvas with acrylic and oil. He showed me some of his paintings and we talked about his artistic career in San Francisco.




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I will be in San Francisco this Sunday for work and I am taking my OMD-E5 and some lenses to walk and take some pictures to share here.

Have a great day everyone.

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Definitely a part of the city I missed on my trips. Neat stuff.
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Yes very cool stuff, San Fran has a lot of cool stuff. It sounds like you also met an interesting artist and got a nice candid portrait too. I really like number 7 of the set, amazing 3-d perspective in the art work and wonderful vibrant colors in your capture
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Fabulous street art well captured, people say photographing street art is easy but you still have to compose the image and you've done a good job with there.

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Great captures and glimpse into a highly developed (if somewhat underground) art form.
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Definitely a part of the city I missed on my trips. Neat stuff.
It is a nice and very pintoresque neighbourhood, great Mexican and Peruvian restaurants.

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Yes very cool stuff, San Fran has a lot of cool stuff. It sounds like you also met an interesting artist and got a nice candid portrait too. I really like number 7 of the set, amazing 3-d perspective in the art work and wonderful vibrant colors in your capture
Thank you ramcewan, I love San Francisco and everything about this city. People is so friendly and there is so much places to see and visit.

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Fabulous street art well captured, people say photographing street art is easy but you still have to compose the image and you've done a god job with there.
Thank you so much John for your kind words.

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Thank you Alan, a different way of urban expression.
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VERY nice series Marcello
Nice and colorful Art
Graffiti or Art ?
your pictures are Art.
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VERY nice series Marcello
Nice and colorful Art
Graffiti or Art ?
your pictures are Art.
Hi Fred, thank you so much for the generous comment.

I think we can frame it in the terms of "Urban Art".
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Marcello, you are definitely an artist with a camera. Very nice.
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Marcello, you are definitely an artist with a camera. Very nice.
Thank you James, that is very nice of you.

I think every person in this forum is an artist, we all are looking to create beauty with our cameras.

Have a great weekend James.

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