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    In the gutter

    A gutter shot from Time square.

    In the gutter

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    Re: In the gutter

    Hi Rob, I really like it - it's my style! I wouldn't change a thing.

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    Re: In the gutter

    I think I once had exactly this view of Time Square one New Years Eve! Well done.

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    Re: In the gutter

    Thanks guys. I had a great time with my son and a friend shooting in Time square this past Wednesday while my daughter and niece took in a show. I have more images on my website and Flickr if interested.

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    Re: In the gutter

    Different and innovative, with an almost abstract feel to it. And just enough of the kerbstones in focus to give us very strong lead line into the picture. That's a very good image.

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    Re: In the gutter

    Hi Rob,

    I like this too, for me it really works because it is so spotlessly clean down there

    Take this kind of shot in London and I bet the result would be; "euww"

    Ticks all the boxes for me but one; I would level/perspective correct it.

    Great focus and scene behind is just the correct amount of out of focus, I see from the EXIF; Canon 1D Mk2N, 28mm, f/2.8, 1/40s, iso100.

    Cheers,

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