Street Shots: Cincinnati

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by JRob, May 1, 2008.

  1. JRob

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    These are from the first time ive ever been to Cincy. What an interesting city.
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    View from hotel room.
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  2. spiffybeth

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    i really liked the first one a lot. i think that guy has a lot of character in his face. it says your photos are ok to edit so i gave it a go. im happy to take it down if you dont like it.

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  3. RKW3

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    Honestly I think your losing too much detail with that edit.

    I really like all of the shots, you did a good job photographing the people of the city.
     
  4. Chris Stegner

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    I can't believe this, I shot one of your subjects just last Sunday! I've been told I shouldn't add a new photo to someone's post so here's a link to 2 photos I shot of the same old man in downtown Cincinnati just this past Sunday. There was a large Military Funeral at Great American Ballpark and I went to shoot the events of the day and ran across this old man. He obviously is a Cincinnati icon and I was unaware of it.

    Just thought this was very strange!

    Here's the two shots:

    http://bluegrassphotography.net/PhotoForumImages/Maupin-5.jpg

    http://bluegrassphotography.net/PhotoForumImages/Maupin-6.jpg

    And here's others from the same event:

    http://bluegrassphotography.net/PhotoForumImages/Maupin.jpg
    http://bluegrassphotography.net/PhotoForumImages/Maupin-2.jpg
    http://bluegrassphotography.net/PhotoForumImages/Maupin-3.jpg
    http://bluegrassphotography.net/PhotoForumImages/Maupin-4.jpg

    I hope this doesn't upset anyone as I'm not sure this is encouraged or not.
     
  5. JRob

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    ^^how weird. haha
     
  6. MarcusM

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    JRob, your shots of the people are real interesting. I would have liked to see some tighter shots of the people with less clutter but maybe you didn't have the 70-300 lens on. Some of them seem a little overexposed with the blown highlights and stuff.

    Chris Stegner, that is funny how you both shot the same old guy. I really like both of your shots of him.
     
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    Nice shots. I love Cincinnati Downtown. There are so many things to see and photograph. Next time you plan on heading to Cincinnati shoot me a pm and I can give you some good ideas of locations to visit, and things going on that might be worth taking pictures of.
     

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