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Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Tuna, May 10, 2006.

  1. Tuna

    Tuna Supermodel

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    Leica MP, Voigtlander 35/1.7 Ultron, UC400, A tad (smidgen) of Photoshop
     
  2. 2framesbelowzero

    2framesbelowzero TPF Noob!

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    like it.
     
  3. Jeff Canes

    Jeff Canes No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    This is quite different for you, not sure that to think? I like it, I am not usually a big fan of grain & high contract with color photos.
     
  4. Raymond J Barlow

    Raymond J Barlow TPF Noob!

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    very interesting shot Tuna, I like the effects produced, this makes the shot imo.
     
  5. LittleMan

    LittleMan TPF Noob!

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    do people notice you took the photo after you take it?
    I've always wondered that..

    because I'm always 'noticed' at least after I take the photo.
     
  6. Tuna

    Tuna Supermodel

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    I have acquired the power of invisibility for small periods of time and use this to great benefit in many facets of my life.

    However, the power ebbs and flows and I go through periods where it is relatively ineffective and during those times I occasionally get "noticed" but not often. I guess I use many tricks to try and "blend in" and one of them (used in this case) is to constantly have my camera to my face, pointing in many directions as if undecided or getting a reading or checking out a new camera - then pause at the right moment, frame and shoot. It helps that I use very quiet, mirrorless rangefinders as the moment of exposure goes unheard - I may continue the ruse and get a few more shots before moving on.

    Tuna
     
  7. JohnMF

    JohnMF TPF Noob!

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    if i use my camera openly on the tube where i live, I'm likely to have it taken off me by someone who wants it more!

    It's a nice capture Tuna, but i gotta say i prefare your B&W stuff more
     

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