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Yellow, orange, green, blue, brown, and two blue girls
Lens: M 35/2 Camera: Iris' K7!! Photo Location: Community Hall, Zutphen, NL ISO: 400 Shutter Speed: 1/90s Aperture: F2.4 
Posted By: Rense, 06-12-2010, 04:09 AM


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06-12-2010, 12:15 PM   #2
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Okay, a bump with a second one....

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ok, lets se............................

nope......i honestly cant say.



just kidding, they are good pictures and you succeded in getting my attention with them. I dont know what the story is, and frankly i dont need to know.

they're different and i think they portrait an ordinary situation that many of us can relate to, but never dream of capturing in our minds (or cameras for that matter), and thats why i think they are good pictures!
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Good to see you used my camera!
Did you like it?

I like that second shot!
They look really concentrated and I like the colours!

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Looks like exam time.
#1 is an appealing capture - colours in ordered array with the human touch as well.
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What is the value of posting photos of a study session / presentation?
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QuoteOriginally posted by mischivo Quote
What is the value of posting photos of a study session / presentation?
Good question! What is the value of photography anyway, within the light of eternity
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ok, lets se............................

nope......i honestly cant say.



just kidding, they are good pictures and you succeded in getting my attention with them. I dont know what the story is, and frankly i dont need to know.

they're different and i think they portrait an ordinary situation that many of us can relate to, but never dream of capturing in our minds (or cameras for that matter), and thats why i think they are good pictures!
Thanks Mikael! I had to do a shoot of a congress and these are of one of the workshops that were given...

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Good to see you used my camera!
Did you like it?

I like that second shot!
They look really concentrated and I like the colours!
Yes, I liked it a lot! Contrary to what I believed, the K7 is not too small for me.
And thanks for the kind words!

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Looks like exam time.
#1 is an appealing capture - colours in ordered array with the human touch as well.
Thanks Ash!

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QuoteOriginally posted by Rense Quote
Good question! What is the value of photography anyway, within the light of eternity
Good one, Rense.

I like both the shots, but keep going back to the colorful chairs. Those colored magnets (?) on the wall really add to the photo, IMO.
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Good one, Rense.

I like both the shots, but keep going back to the colorful chairs. Those colored magnets (?) on the wall really add to the photo, IMO.
Thanks Tamia! Those are magnets indeed...
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I like these documentary style shots. Very few of them around the forum.
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