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02-19-2012, 06:50 PM   #406
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Someone once said his motto was "into this space, something will come"
I follow Javier (JGRedline on this site) on Flickr (LINK) and have finally figured out that much of his street technique is simply finding a good street corner, park bench, or some such. There is much more of course, but there is much to be said for simply waiting for your prey to make an appearance.


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Nikon F / Plus X / c 1970's.

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QuoteOriginally posted by slackercruster Quote

Nikon F / Plus X / c 1970's.
I like that one.
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QuoteOriginally posted by slackercruster Quote

Nikon F / Plus X / c 1970's.
I like it too but she is a bit scary!

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excellent....I just started to shoot film again as the bug to use it was just too strong. In the meantime.



When I saw these two fellas just sitting there, I knew I had to have this picture. So I went up to them, did not say a word and click...Only that I had to forgot to advance the film....I said ''awkward'', I advanced the film, took my shot, they gave me the ''What the heck'' look, I said thanks guys and was on my way....8~)
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QuoteOriginally posted by jgredline Quote
excellent....I just started to shoot film again as the bug to use it was just too strong. In the meantime.



When I saw these two fellas just sitting there, I knew I had to have this picture. So I went up to them, did not say a word and click...Only that I had to forgot to advance the film....I said ''awkward'', I advanced the film, took my shot, they gave me the ''What the heck'' look, I said thanks guys and was on my way....8~)
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Shot with my ME-Super, M50F/1.4 @ F/11, With Ilford Delta 400...
Hey welcome back I missed your work!

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Tri-X in D-76, Epson 4490. Kiev-4, Jupoetr 8M.
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The Victoria Monument.

FED2, Industar 26m lens, Kodak BW400CN film.



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Hey welcome back I missed your work!

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Thanks Phil.
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Here is one from last year. It was explored on flickr.


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Javier, I can see why, that's a very interesting gull.
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Javier, I can see why, that's a very interesting gull.
Oh I could not agree more. Love that gull
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Oh I could not agree more. Love that gull
Aside from the "gull" , this is an interesting shot. To me it looks like it could have been taken in the 1930s - a lot of fully-clothed folks on the beach, even in the surf. Reminds me of old-time beach photos.
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Javier, I can see why, that's a very interesting gull.
That is what everyone said...


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