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02-22-2010, 07:19 AM   #2476
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Rense - excellent 3-d rendering, especially the last one. Good shooting.

Eddie, ditto, the last one in your series also isolates and pops the focus.

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Shopping, with skeleton.
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Shopping, with skeleton.
Great capture with the skeleton!


i think it'd be neat to have a series of street shots with a skeleton hiding somewhere in the background. wonder how much one of those things would cost?
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Great capture with the skeleton!


i think it'd be neat to have a series of street shots with a skeleton hiding somewhere in the background. wonder how much one of those things would cost?


Real ones are pretty expensive, plastic copies not that much.

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tough winter ladies

I kind of admire the elderly people who do not let a hard winter stop them from getting out and doing their business (while understanding those who stay at home because they are afraid of breaking a leg or so, knowing how much easier they do that and how hard it can be to recover from a fracture at their age). These tough ladies I met at the local train I take to my work. Does train-shooting count as street-shooting?





Did I say that I am pretty happy with the 20mm f1.8 Sigma? Big compared to a limited, but in this dark nordic winter it gives me more reasonalbe exposure times compared to the 15/4 ltd. Sharp!
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QuoteOriginally posted by Douglas_of_Sweden Quote
I kind of admire the elderly people who do not let a hard winter stop them from getting out and doing their business (while understanding those who stay at home because they are afraid of breaking a leg or so, knowing how much easier they do that and how hard it can be to recover from a fracture at their age). These tough ladies I met at the local train I take to my work. Does train-shooting count as street-shooting?





Did I say that I am pretty happy with the 20mm f1.8 Sigma? Big compared to a limited, but in this dark nordic winter it gives me more reasonalbe exposure times compared to the 15/4 ltd. Sharp!
Wow walking with poles-I used to make those things. 2nd shot beautiful. Good work Frosty!
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Does train-shooting count as street-shooting?
I'd say it does, as it's a public place. Nice shooting Douglas.
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I'd say it does, as it's a public place. Nice shooting Douglas.
+1, I love shooting in the trains.

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I missed this one. Great capture!
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New favo lens when the DA15 ltd is not fast enough: Sigma 20mm f1.8 EX DG
Fantastic series!
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Wow walking with poles-I used to make those things. 2nd shot beautiful. Good work Frosty!
Thanks Mark!
I see quite a lot of people here using these training sticks just to stay on their feets. You wouldn't believe how much proper winter weather crowd the hospital emergencies with broken legs etc .

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I'd say it does, as it's a public place. Nice shooting Douglas.
Thanks Carl!

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+1, I love shooting in the trains.
They can't escape until next station, right!?

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Fantastic series!
Thanks Javier, Im really hapy with these. Especially the one where they actually don't kiss but one can see their profiles against the light background and see how their noses touch. How wonderfull to be young and in love! Of course they don't care that it is -20C outside!
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Love this! More love!
But on the other hand, it looks like he is wondering what the heck you are doing...
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Stockholm subway

Stockholm subway.

Mr Secret agent


"With the future in view" (that is what the sign says)


Plugged boys


Plugged girl


Lollipop girl


T Lady (T=Tunnelbana=Subway)
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Your street shots are quite unique Douglas. Low angles such as what you have captured with 'Plugged Girl' often intrigue me. Is it a hip shot?
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