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Mexican Hats

By KingBee
And now, as they say, for something completely different. A bit of colour for a change, involving this Epson v700 scan of a KII 35mm transparency shot in Cuernavaca, Mexico in 1980. The light on the hats just seems to transcend everything else, whilst shadow detail is largely retained.

Tags: Street photography Photo journalism Landscape and travel

Voters: colmar, User_Removed, Silverzone and 3 more


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colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
13 Jan 2010 9:08PM
The shadows are indeed retained good exposure in what I would imaging was harsh sunlight thanks for sharing it Colin

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KingBee Plus
10 492 2 Scotland
13 Jan 2010 9:48PM
Thanks Colin.
mrswoolybill Plus
9 965 1493 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2010 10:19PM
All about light creating shadow. This is superb.
Moira
nikon Plus
13 144 1 England
13 Jan 2010 11:22PM
excellent image handled well, maintaining shadow detail without blowing the highlights.
I have also enjoyed your documentary "Bowery" series.
Good work here Bob.

Regards David.
KingBee Plus
10 492 2 Scotland
14 Jan 2010 9:06AM
Thanks Moira and David.

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