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    The Porter

    Every now and then you walk around a corner and it just clicks. You get a subject who's striking a great pose, nice light, background interest that gives a little atmosphere to the frame. Here's one example from tonight, shot at f2.8, 1/100th, ISO2500.

    The Porter

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    Re: The Porter

    Quote Originally Posted by dubaiphil View Post
    Every now and then you walk around a corner and it just clicks.
    How true. It works for landscapes as well.

    This one is excellent, Phil. My compliments.

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    Re: The Porter

    Excellent, indeed! One of my favourites.

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    Lovely capture, well done, Anne

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    Re: The Porter

    Very natural and I like the counterbalance provided by the figure in the BG. Great shot. Phil, are you shooting in Mono or converting in PP?

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    Re: The Porter

    I like the composition and the B/W processing. The light is working very well on the clothes.

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    Re: The Porter

    Great shot and the pose and empty street conveys a great end of the day shot.

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    Re: The Porter

    Works for me. Bravo!

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    Re: The Porter

    Thanks guys

    @ John - shooting in colour, then converting

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