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I like all 3.  Good shots.  The 2nd has a film look to it.  Is this a scan or post work made to look like that?



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I like all 3.  Good shots.  The 2nd has a film look to it.  Is this a scan or post work made to look like that?

 

All done in post buddy.



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I used to do street photography. It's interesting to me because it's hard to get that one image that shows people doing something unusual or somehow evoking an emotion. To do it right I had to take hundreds of pics and look through them to find just a handful that I liked.

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Love the first one, especially.  All are great!



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Very nice! I especially like the B&W's.

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I like first two photos, they are greate, The third is also good, but not so good as other.



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Nice black and whites.  Keep em coming.



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Great shots and very distinctive. I love #2



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One more taken in Belfast

 

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Great shot!  



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All three of these are great for having captured the expressions on each of the faces. They're all good but the little girl with the ice cream (and her dad) is priceless.



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I used to do street photography. It's interesting to me because it's hard to get that one image that shows people doing something unusual or somehow evoking an emotion. To do it right I had to take hundreds of pics and look through them to find just a handful that I liked.

 

Sounds quite a bit like sports photography!  I get a good amount of useless images, a good number of usable images and a few that I am REALLY proud of!

 

Nice shots Soda!



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You just have to train yourself to look for those moments, and do not keep pressing the shutter until you have them in your sights. Shooting medium format film taught me patience and not to use up frames; after all, my Pentax 67II only got 10 images on one roll of 110 film. I've carried that diligence over to digital, which is why my cameras never have high shutter counts. I don't waste many frames and I always use small memory cards. I hate dealing and sorting through 100s of images.

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I agree...I do the same - even when shooting sports I try to avoid shooting just in case...kind of hard in some cases and I still end up with hundreds of images for every game, but it is the right approach...