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Old Jan 11, 2010, 6:58 PM   #1
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I know there are many folks who have never done any street shooting and in particular capturing a stranger or strangers...

For those of you that have, you know the rush and excitement in doing so...In capturing that very cool moment.. For those that have not, you don't know what you’re missing...

So lets see those street shots...The more folks who participate, the better...We can all learn from each other...












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I will start us off with a few different types...




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Ok, lets see what ya have
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Good ones, but can you number the picks?
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Good ones, but can you number the picks?
I suppose I can number those, but those where more as examples. all different styles. If you have any, no matter how simple they may look to you, post em up.
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I don't do street picks. I just wanted to comment how much I like some of your B&W picks.
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I don't do street picks. I just wanted to comment how much I like some of your B&W picks.
Oh, I see...Well thank you very much. Perhaps this will be a start to something new. Motion blur is always simple and nobody pays attention. A great way to get started.

I use a tripod, slow shutter and remote trigger or timer and there you go.






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i think this is a really great street set. there are some really nice photos in there.

i really like the intimacy of shot #2, "the smoker"

the parallel similarities between the dog and woman in #4

and i really enjoy #10 (the angled b&w shot with great contrast) and #12 (backflip in b&w)
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