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shotokan101

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some beautiful compositions/subjects but way overprocessed in the main for my taste - numbering the shots would assist feedback as well ;)

Jim
 

thedude

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Im not going to say anything other than echo Jim's sentiments on this.
 

newbie1

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Great shots :)
 

Zone

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Love the 2nd shot
 

Zone

Moderator
Love the 1st one.
Looking at his hands a little moisturiser wouldn't go a miss but such an expressive face.
 

Zone

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Love the perspective; looks a little noisy but that certainly doesn't detract!
 

shotokan101

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great shot
 

snerkler

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Some simply stunning images on here. The ones of the Monks and natives are amazing, the sort of images you would see in a high quality book or something.

How did you manage these pics, do you have a 'stealth' camera or were the locals quite accommodating?
 

gfroman

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Thanks for the kind words!
Shooting people is always a challenge.
Some want money, some do not want any taken(which I will respect), some I can get stealthfully with a telephoto or super wide angle lens (they never know).
****The guy with his camel was so proud of it, he posed for several shots willingly.
 

GarryF

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Some fantastic B&W shots, camel guy is superb along with a few others (but u didn't number them so it's hard to tell you which ones :))

I do find the saturation pumped a bit much on the colours though
 

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