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Old Jan 18, 2010, 12:14 AM   #91
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some nice shots here

this is my contribution

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Old Jan 18, 2010, 1:34 AM   #92
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Two more at South Street Seaport yesterday:




#2. Listening to music.
I like this one. I would also like to see this in black and white with some contrast and grain
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Old Jan 18, 2010, 1:40 AM   #93
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I had to look for your post and when I found it, I was like, "Oh, that!" Because that made me guffaw when I saw it yesterday. I thought it was so weird it was the weirdest of all . So many things came into my mind not limited to both having wheels but of different kinds, one in boxer shorts and the other in leather, their expressions that were so casual they were funny and reminded me of the British-accented "Eh?" that I heard so often at Walthamstow street market when I was there in 1990, and best of all the sign that says, "Better, fresher, conker (whatever that is) varicose veins" added to the looniness.

I'm not just saying this to return your compliments, but that was (still is) my favorite in this thread. It is just so funny to look at.

Thanks a lot for the compliments, maggo85!
Well vv, thank's a lot for taking another look at it! I think Portobello Market or the whole Portobello Road, where this market takes place, is where you find the craziest and strangest people in London

Thanks for your very kind words on this one, I really appreciate that compliments man
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do they know that you took the shots on the train jgredline
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I added about 12% noise in PSE. I hope it's not too much.

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do they know that you took the shots on the train jgredline
I am always obvious in my shooting, some some notice and some don't.
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I added about 12% noise in PSE. I hope it's not too much.

To my eyes, this has allot of pop now. I usually add 8% grain with CS3 and use the fine ones.
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To my eyes, this has allot of pop now. I usually add 8% grain with CS3 and use the fine ones.
Great job.
OK. Thanks a lot for all the suggestions and tips on street photography!
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