Discussion in 'Photojournalism & Sports Gallery' started by deja vu, Nov 12, 2007.
Germany - June 2007
I love those pics!
It's not just the "theme" itself, it's HOW you shot it...in every picture a creative angle or idea...really nice
But like in another similar thread by you, I ask myself how you get so close to the action, without being part of it....?!
Where you marching with the crowd or marked as photographer or so?
Strong work. I get a real sense of being there. Which are your top three photos?
Love & Bass
At least people in Europe know what's going on. When the WTO riots happened in Seattle, nobody understood why anyone was rioting.
#4 is my favourite.. did you get into any trouble with your camera?
why is there a cop filming in number 7?
because they need documentation if something gets to court.
There were in fact two types of protesters,
(1) those who wanted to state their point and protest.
(2) and some people into extreme violence, who hence were trying to spoil the whole protest.
I wonder what camera, lenses you use for work such as this?
those pics were all shot with a 17-40mm...
sometimes i use a 80-200 but not here. i like to be very close to get a feeling for what im doin!
yeah I did, but that's another story.
Wow, you should get the brass balls award (sorry if that offends anyone). Man, you really put yourself out there, good on you. My favorite is #8. Is that cop coming after you with that night stick? These are some amazing captures, excellent work.
I wonder do you ever get in trouble for taking pictures at things such as this. What do you say if you get caught(not really the right word)?
Also what camera do you use?
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