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Out with the nutters at Speakers Corner, Hyde Park, 30 January.

First day out with my new 300D. Crap day for taking photos but still got a few half decent ones.

Camera:Canon EOS300D
Lens:Canon 18-55 EF S
Recording media:digital
Title:Speakers Corner
Username:iansamuel iansamuel
Uploaded:24 Feb 2005 - 1:57 AM
Tags:Hyde park, London, Marble arch, Photo journalism, Speakers corner
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ljesmith
ljesmith  101092 forum posts United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 - 3:11 AM

Good idea, the guy in the forground ruins the subject for me, I would like to see a closer shot of the speaker herself, try getting in close and using the wider end of the lens.

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iansamuel
iansamuel  10271 forum posts United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 - 5:13 AM

Yeah, I suppose he is in the way, a bit too prominent. But because they are both looking the same way, I thought it captured a moment.

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ljesmith  101092 forum posts United Kingdom
24 Feb 2005 - 5:42 AM

I see what you're saying, but I think because he is soft it makes him seperate from the main point of interest. I find that using narrow DoF makes the point of interest very prominent.

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