Watching People

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  1. Gizmo 76

    Gizmo 76
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    Gizmo's Entry:

    Was struggling to come up with any ideas, ended up going shopping with the girlfriend and took the camera along . . .

    Watching People . . .

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    Camera: Fujifilm F30
    Exposure time: 0.769231
    F number: 8
    Exposure program: 4
    ISO speed rating: 100
    Shutter speed: 0.3
    Aperture: 6
    Brightness: 1.18
    Exposure bias: -0.33
    Maximum lens aperture: 3

    Is this enough info?, it's all still embedded

    Cheers,

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  2. Liquid101

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    Really like this one as well. Nice composition. Where did you rest the camera to get that downward facing angle?
     
  3. Gizmo 76

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    Cheers Liquid. There was a pillar on the second level at Bluewater Shopping Center. I Just rested it there and took some shots.

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    My Bad on the original post by the way, my PP'in information here as i'm not sure if i'm allowed to edit my original post :confused:

    I cropped, selected the 'watching' guy then destatuated the rest of the picture, adjusted highlights and shadows, and finally added a border.
     
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    I like this as well. Because the guy in colour is such a small part of the photo it loses some of the impact for me. But still a very good shot.
     
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    Didn't even notice that the guy was in colour! I think I would prefer if it was all B&W - not that i'd notice :rolleyes:
     
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    I had it all in B&W at one point, but I took quite a few shots and this guy just didn't move so I just decide to leave him in colour, I suppose it's a 'you had to be there' type thing :D

    Cheers for the comment electrolyte :smashin:
     

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