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KarenFB Plus
9 4.6k 167 England
1 Jul 2008 7:22AM
I think I prefer this shot to yesterday's. I especially like the way neither the lady or gent in the foreground are looking at you - but the model in the advert on the wall is!!! Did you plan that, or was it coincidental?

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MeanGreeny 10 3.7k England
1 Jul 2008 8:04AM
The composition was deliberate and I was conscious of the poster but not just how well it would come across.

With the massive depth of field of these small sensor cameras I'm finding it difficult to be aware of elements in the picture which are so far back but which sometimes add a whole new dimension to it.

For those that are interested, this is f2.8 'snap' focussed on 2.5 metres with a depth of field from 1.13 metres to infinity
jenquest 13 561 1 Tokelau
23 Dec 2008 4:42PM
Excellent composition. The contrast between the expression on the billboard with the gent's is excellent.
MeanGreeny 10 3.7k England
23 Dec 2008 11:31PM
Thanks again Shaks
riprap007 11 1.6k 37 England
3 Oct 2009 11:51PM
good to find another GRD2 street tog enthusiast Smile a cracker....
like how you are using the square format lately... that mode can get very addictive
MeanGreeny 10 3.7k England
4 Oct 2009 6:35PM
Thanks Nicholas.

Huey Lewis said "It's hip to be square"


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