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By drewd
Another one from my first batch of home processing.

Negative developed at home, scanned Epson V700.

Peterborough Town Centre

Tags: Traditional darkroom Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: nothsafoto, ron thomas, ADavison and 8 more


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nothsafoto 11 170 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2009 9:12PM
Brilliant and well seen.

Rob

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17 Mar 2009 9:14PM
Great Capture and good timing.

Regards
Ash
Very funny - well captured
IFIMAGE 8 143 Wales
17 Mar 2009 9:34PM
Lol, made me smile!

Ian..

Nice shot..
accystan 12 132 6 Canada
18 Mar 2009 5:16PM
Very interesting picture - or should I say a picture with some interest. Where does he fit in? Is he part of the band or just passing by.

I'm just wondering if you asked him to pose of just snapped him as he went by. I've tried a few candid shots in public spaces by holding the camera at waist level and letting the auto focus/auto exposure take care of the details. You get a lot of duds but some interesting ones too.

Well done,

Dave D
drewd 11 31 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2009 5:19PM
Dave,

He was just walking past, no posing, not sure he truely knew I was taking his picture.

The camera was up to my face, and he was probably no more than about 15 feet away from me.
drewd 11 31 United Kingdom
18 Mar 2009 5:21PM
Thanks for the comments everyone.

I quite enjoy the challenge of taking these shots in public without people noticing, it does change the picture quite a bit once they spot you. I don't hide away, I'm usually sat at a table outside a coffee shop, or a bench in the town centre.
davey_griffo 7 213 165 England
8 Apr 2010 1:29PM
Great shot, nice range of tones.

If I may, I'd just suggest you straighten the shot, as it has a slight clockwise twist.

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