Cleaning the Counter at the Soda Shop

10 months 9 hours ago #646407 by Shadowfixer1

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9 months 4 weeks ago - 9 months 4 weeks ago #646467 by NewavaMike
Wow !!  That's a great shot !!  You worked it perfectly .  Q. Did she know you took/were taking the shot ? 


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9 months 4 weeks ago #646495 by Shadowfixer1
She knew I was taking pictures of the fountain, but she didn't know I snapped this one.
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9 months 4 weeks ago #646518 by garyrhook
Refreshing to see a well-done B&W image with good tonal range that is an interesting scene.

Good job.


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9 months 4 weeks ago #646630 by Lauren Grant
Great work! This is an absolute delight to the eyes. The range of tones is very rich. 


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9 months 3 weeks ago #646837 by NewavaMike

Shadowfixer1 wrote: She knew I was taking pictures of the fountain, but she didn't know I snapped this one.


If I might ask another question of you...…  

is this a tripod shot or just handheld ? 

It's so perfectly clear 


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9 months 3 weeks ago #646928 by Suni Park
Nice lighting too! I like the highlights of the shot as well.


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9 months 3 weeks ago #646933 by Shadowfixer1

NewavaMike wrote:

Shadowfixer1 wrote: She knew I was taking pictures of the fountain, but she didn't know I snapped this one.


If I might ask another question of you...…  

is this a tripod shot or just handheld ? 

It's so perfectly clear 

Handheld. I think I must be allergic to tripods. The 7 shot pano I did titled "Looking Down The Valley" is even handheld. I do use a tripod occasionally but mostly for long exposure images. I know it's not a good habit but I'm just lazy I guess. I always have one with me, just rarely use it.
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9 months 3 weeks ago #647208 by Alyssa Briggs
The scene is very interesting to watch. The lighting is just right for the scene and the render is really good. 


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9 months 3 weeks ago - 9 months 3 weeks ago #647216 by Troponin
Too busy? Nope! A great example of how to “break the rules” and produce an outstanding capture! 

 I definitely agree, the tonal range is very nice. 


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9 months 3 weeks ago #647436 by Kira Minori
I like the setting and the overall composition of the shot. 


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9 months 2 weeks ago #647716 by Monica Martinez
I like the fact the worker is not facing the camera. It makes your eyes direct to the whole place. 


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