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One of My Rare Color Street Photographs

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Post by Ernst-Ulrich Schafer »

Pretty sure that would have caught my eye also.
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Thank you, Ernst. I appreciate your stopping by and especially your comment.
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Post by minniev »

Some of them just have to stay in color don't they? This is one of them. Well spotted and well "angled"..

You oughta come join us in New Orleans in September for more that have to remain in color. viewtopic.php?f=85&t=4168
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Color seems to be a good choice here Bob, well composed...

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Minnie, I'd love to meet up with you in New Orleans. Unfortunately, I started a camera project that is going to dip into my travel funds. I'll keep that in mind for next year.
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Thanks, Psjunkie. There were certain color contrasts that just didn't seem to work as well in black and white. Part of what I really liked about this photograph is that the lens I used had minimal coating. It was from the mid 60s. There were certain nuances of color that I felt really needed to stay.
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Post by Matt Quinn »

rmalarz wrote:
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How far away were you for that angle? Must have been a tele because none of the other walkers in the scene is looking your way. And how many shots did you take? Do any have both the young ladies?

Amazed how they can stay erect on those heels. I fall over on flip-flops. Lots of practice, I guess. Walking, not falling. Matt
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Matt, not very far away at all. The lens was my 80mm Zeiss from my Hasselblad on my D700. I'd say they were not farther than 10-15 ft.

I should think walking in those shoes would take a bit of skill. However, they seemed to have mastered the technique.
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Post by St3v3Murray »

rmalarz wrote:
Sun Aug 05, 2018 4:20 pm
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I'm curious what's in-front of her right foot. S-
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