Friends and Strangers on the Orange Line

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  1. Tuna

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  2. MDowdey

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    Tuna, was this digital or scanned print? Its sharp as a tack and saturated to perfection. the look you recieved was priceless!!!
    I think this is a great shot!

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    Thank you for your comment. This is digital - shot with a D70 and Nikon 12-24mm.

    Tuna
     
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    Tuna is coloured again :) really nice picture!!
     
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    It is a really nice shot, agree with above..

    How did this photo come about? did you know the poeple in the pic?
     
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    the overall feel of the pic has a "marmalade" tint to it that's sorta unsettling to me. too much orange & red causing me to be uneasy... and that guys head is creeping me out :p

    otherwise, great expressions on the faces
     
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    definitely very nice contrast, saturation, and sharpness.

    i know this isnt very proffessional to say this, but the more i see wide angle shots, the more i like them. and i cant define why, they are just not normal, and that makes them more interesting and 'expensive' :D.
     
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    Beautiful work!!! These three people are really, really drawing me into the frame. Not to mention the amazing light.

    I used to spend a lot of time on subways and trains in NYC and Brooklyn. From experience I know that moments like this are all too few and far between.
     

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