Dim Sum Window

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  1. terriwu

    terriwu TPF Noob!

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    Another one from my series of ChinaTown photos here in San Francisco and using a Holga 120S with Tri-X 400.

    Any comments and suggestions always appreciated !

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    how do you get that black framing around the picture? is that a "hood thing" around the lens barrel? (don't know the technical term, sorry)
     
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    That's Holga flavor.
     
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    Terri,
    I am fascinated by this image! The bright reflection from the stainless steel draws me in to see the steam rising and the glow of the lady's face in the reflected light. This kind of shot proves that you don't need a lot of expensive equipment to take great photos, just the vision to see them among all the visual noise. Now you've got me wanting shu mai and no dim sum for miles. What street is this? I may have to look this place up next time I am in SF.
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    Raymond
     

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