Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by charles13, Jun 28, 2005.
You're a braver man than I, my friend! I have trouble shooting people on the street, but on a train? I could never do that! I'm sure it doesn't help that I carry around a big, hulking D70. It screams "I'm going to shoot yoooouuuuuu!" BTW, it looks like you were shooting digital. Was it a small point-and-shoot?
Anyway, I like #5; it looks like he's tired from dancing with his Ipod.
Thanks man. You know what, people in Hong Kong were too tired, they even don't have energy to beat me or yelling on me; so I can just take photo quietly:mrgreen: I am using Panasonic FZ20, not too small...
Hehe, I'm sure it has very little to do with the size of the camera. Knowing how to shoot people on the street is a skill I really haven't developed really well. I've only done street twice, and I am SOOOO not suave! I walk up to people and ask them if I can take their picture, and I've been turned down about 80% of the time! I must be doing SOMETHING wrong.
it will be unnatural if you have notice them before you take the photo, so I always take photos without any notification. Sometime, a nice smile could solve everything:lmao:
Interesting. Everyone in their own little world. I love subway shots1
My fave is #5.
Yeah, that's probably part of my problem...
Ahh, what you need is a 500mm zoom and a newspaper with a circle cut out in the middle. Stick the lens through the hole. :mrgreen:
Again Charles, great works. I wouldn't have the balls to take these shots either.
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