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Old Mar 16, 2010, 1:50 AM   #231
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I love the feel of the "Cheap film" set, a little grainy, colors a little different than you see in the "Digital" shots.
Yes, Indeed. I love the grainy film and funky colors.
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Old Mar 16, 2010, 1:51 AM   #232
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again Javier these never fail to impress. i always enjoy perusing your street scenes.

i really like the "cheap film" shots as well. the graininess and low saturation really befits these scenes well.
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again Javier these never fail to impress. i always enjoy perusing your street scenes.

i really like the "cheap film" shots as well. the graininess and low saturation really befits these scenes well.
Thank you very much. Street shooting is how I keep my sanity Instead of eating lunch, I usually head out to shoot someplace.
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jgredline, you have some really cool shots here... to be honest with ya, I really like how you employ the use grain, or the lack of it... Some of these pictures really look so cool and perhaps would not be the same if they had fine grain... Thanks for the photos. Ned
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jgredline, you have some really cool shots here... to be honest with ya, I really like how you employ the use grain, or the lack of it... Some of these pictures really look so cool and perhaps would not be the same if they had fine grain... Thanks for the photos. Ned
Thank you. Since I love the look of film, I have tried to duplicate the look in cs3 but with little luck. Still, I think it does look better. Thank you for noticing.
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A few more from Yesterday....

Vibrant


Top hat


Say Cheese


Having a great time


Hey Chickadee


Hey, it is you again and singing me a song.
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Some really nice emotions in your color shots - I like them all
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Twenty four page of great street photography. Each photographer had their on style of capturing people on the street.
Here my go at it for the thread.
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Twenty four page of great street photography. Each photographer had their on style of capturing people on the street.
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I really, really liked number one!

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