Crowded street

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by kravjitsu, Dec 21, 2008.

  1. kravjitsu

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    C&C please

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  2. kravjitsu

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    bump
     
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    yep, its crowded for sure.
    i dont see anything that really stands out to me in your picture.
    not sure what you were going for if anything.
    i like the exposure and colors.
    it would probably be more interesting if there were not people standing in the foreground..?
     
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    the asian guy on the other side of the street made a nice little face for you it looks like. lol
     
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    I like it. but then again I like just about any city, street, people photography. I might have picked another angle though. I also noticed that the green walk sign was on and no one was walking.....maybe the 1 guy in the bright red coat was throwing them off LOL.
     
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    What stands out to me is the slow blur of the xmas lights as the DoF gets larger....nice job.
     

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