Street photography (Image thread)

Will

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Aug 30, 2010
123
England
Sorry that was a typo, should have been 35mm I intend to get the 15mm next though.
Very cool. So the Voightlander on the GXR would be about a 22-23mm field of view? That lens on a GXR or Nex sounds pretty nice for a real manual lens zone-focus street setup.

-Ray
 

ajramirez

Hall of Famer
Jul 9, 2010
124
Caguas, Puerto Rico
Antonio
Four from today:

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Esperando en la esquina by ramirezaponte, on Flickr

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Dos hombres, una estatua y una paloma by ramirezaponte, on Flickr

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Poeta by ramirezaponte, on Flickr

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Mojitos by ramirezaponte, on Flickr

Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. Leica M9P and 50mm 2.8 Elmar M.

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Antonio
 

Gary

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Aug 19, 2012
123
Southern California
Gary Ayala
So tell me about this image TDP. It seems to be falling apart, was that you intent? What's going on with the F3? How the hell are you? I like the cat.

Gary
 

Tdp

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Feb 15, 2019
36
So tell me about this image TDP. It seems to be falling apart, was that you intent? What's going on with the F3? How the hell are you? I like the cat.
Gary
I walking back to my car from a night market in central Taiwan. I have my EM5 and 7-14 with me for some wide night city shots, ISO set to 3200 and shutter to 1/40th. Seems to be a good enough middle ground for mixed lighting night shots. Anyway, I glanced down the alley and saw this cat with a bit of backlight and didn't have time to make any camera settings so I took 2 shots.

The original RAW files are underexposed, when pushed up to make a somewhat useable image the noise level is intense and there is significant banding. I like the image a lot so tried to work something out in LR that I could live with, the image above is the result.

It is a gritty, dark and dirty image but that is exactly what the street animals are in the back alleys of the markets here.


The F3 is perfection in photo fun - the size and weight and clack of the shutter, what a blast. It is also making me stop and think and shoot my digital cameras in a non-digital mindset: taking time to get the photo right, the exposure right, the framing right at the time of exposure. Good stuff.
 

Gary

All-Pro
Aug 19, 2012
123
Southern California
Gary Ayala
I walking back to my car from a night market in central Taiwan. I have my EM5 and 7-14 with me for some wide night city shots, ISO set to 3200 and shutter to 1/40th. Seems to be a good enough middle ground for mixed lighting night shots. Anyway, I glanced down the alley and saw this cat with a bit of backlight and didn't have time to make any camera settings so I took 2 shots.

The original RAW files are underexposed, when pushed up to make a somewhat useable image the noise level is intense and there is significant banding. I like the image a lot so tried to work something out in LR that I could live with, the image above is the result.

It is a gritty, dark and dirty image but that is exactly what the street animals are in the back alleys of the markets here.


The F3 is perfection in photo fun - the size and weight and clack of the shutter, what a blast. It is also making me stop and think and shoot my digital cameras in a non-digital mindset: taking time to get the photo right, the exposure right, the framing right at the time of exposure. Good stuff.
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