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    Gloucester Street - timed

    Gloucester Street - timed
    I was in Gloucester today and set myself a target of trying to get as many photos in 1 hour as possible that I would be happy with, there were not many "characters" about but I still managed to capture 19 images that I am happy with.

    Once again the DF with 24-120 did a great job and despite the size of the combo did not draw attention.

    For anyone interested the full set can be seen here - 571 Photography




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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    They look good, very sharp and vivid!
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  3. #3
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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    Thanks MorkC68
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    Iansky
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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    Interesting shots as usual.
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    Brad


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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    I like street photography, but I have a difficult time point my lens at people. I have very few of that type of shot in my files.
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    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."


    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    amazing to me the number of vendors open on the streets. Nothing like that here. Like 2,3, and 7.
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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    Thank you all for the comments.

    There are a number of street markets that happen each week selling a variety of items from hot food,fresh vegetables (locally grown) and other things so it encourages people to get out.

    Street photography is as much about acting naturally and with confidence to get the shot rather than asking where you spoil the moment - if people see me taking their photo I will usually show it to them and offer to send them a copy and this often diffuses any awkward situations, if they ask for it to be deleted then I will oblige but the aim is to capture people being natural in their surroundings and sometimes the results can be very interesting.
    Iansky
    571Photography.blogspot.co.uk

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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    @Iansky
    I can talk to anybody, but for some reason I get shy when I have my camera. I have have given images like that to only 2 people. My Dad had no issues pointing his camera at people. We have a nice shot of some skin-head flipping him off. I need to find that image.
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    "Remember to gaze up at the night sky because there is a little bit of the cosmos in each of us."


    Um yeahhhh, I shoot a lot of pics of my dogs.
    D500 (DOB 05/26/17), D300, D80, D100 R.I.P., SB-800

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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    Quote Originally Posted by Dawg Pics View Post
    @Iansky
    I can talk to anybody, but for some reason I get shy when I have my camera. I have have given images like that to only 2 people. My Dad had no issues pointing his camera at people. We have a nice shot of some skin-head flipping him off. I need to find that image.
    If you have a compact the try taking street with that and gradually work your way up to a DSLR - Good luck.
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    Iansky
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    Re: Gloucester Street - timed

    There is a Gloucester Street in Christchurch NZ.
    I might have a crack at the same thing with the same gear.....
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