Attempt at Street Photography...

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  1. iphoto

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    This is taken few months back...with a P&S, comments welcome

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  2. JonMikal

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    your attempt was very good! i love the diagonal line that runs through the image and your subject placement was excellent! the empty space works for me! :thumbup:
     
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    Works for me, great image.

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    A closer crop with more detail from the faces would work for me.

    Either a longer lens or try B&W - generally tends to work.

    However - as JonMikal says - nice work with the natural lines
     
  5. iphoto

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    Thanks a lot for feedback, Street Photography is really what I like..but still little scared to go closer of the subjects :)
     
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    wow thats really cool, I like it!
     
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    ok, when I saw a title I expected more people!!! almost a crowd!! :) ok but the shot is ok for me :)
     
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    There is absolutely nothing wrong with your composition here. Really nice!! The brick pattern is terrific as is your placement of the subjects. :thumbup: Keep up the good work. :)
     
  9. spike000

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    You will need to go a lot closer to publish this - as in approach them and get a model release!!

    I usually find a business card, model release form and the promise of a photo (as soon as they write to you) usually works. Never had any letters from model releases yet!

    Good luck - but seriously - try a longer lens!



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  10. iphoto

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    Thanks for the advice mike. It was taken I think with D70 and since I got D70, I am damn scared of pointing this big boy at people :D

    Can you pl tell me or show a sample of what a model release form is. I have no idea about it...sory if it sounds stupid :D

     
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    Good shot and good eye for catching it.
     
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    Check out http://www.dpcorner.com/all_about/releases.shtml for a few sample releases...

    or Google it :)



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