girl and car

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  1. maxbennett

    maxbennett TPF Noob!

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    i took this with the d70 at my school today, and developed it there too, and i liked how it turned out so i put it on a memory stick and brought it home. hope you like it.

    the exposure info got lost from conversions, but i remember the shutter speed was 1/3, and the filetype was raw. (i'm more concerned about how i developed it rather than the composition)

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    max

    any feedback would be nice, too. thanks
     
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    Cool Shot

    She must've been standing really still! 1/3 isn't exactly fast :)
     
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    i really like this shot, nice composition. You've got a few different things going on there to keep the viewer interested. the girl looks a bit lonely and the washed out colours add to this mood, i dont know if that was on purpose? it might be a little out of focus or has a bit of camera shake but a good job all the same. did you use a tripod?

    BTW was the pic taken thru a window?
     
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    Very interesting image, made me stop, look and study the whole image. Has a real retro look to it. I like :thumbsup:

    Eric
     
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    I find street photography very hard, but this one is really great! I like the idea and desaturated colors :)
     
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    I also like the colors very much
     
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    Nice job.
     
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    yes, the camera was looking through a window, the (side of the) lens was leaning against it so it wouldn't move. and yes, it was out of focus from the motion blur. thanks for the comments
     

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