Old 07-07-2014   #3001
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Thanks for your comment Fabio.
All taken from one spot (seat), as I couldn't move anywhere.
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Old 07-08-2014   #3002
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I've not posted here for a while;

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Work In Progress: An Unseen Oxford is an ongoing a documentary photography project based in and around the City of Oxford that aims to look behind the known or seen and find people and activities which most residents and visitors wouldn’t notice or realise they were there. Its goal is to remind us of the things we so easily take for granted.
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Old 07-08-2014   #3006
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Really really nice work!
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Old 07-08-2014   #3007
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It is a very impressive shot.
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Old 07-08-2014   #3009
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Yes, an impressive display!

Here from a walk along the Embarcadero, SF.

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Old 07-08-2014   #3010
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Micheal,

I like the Tour one - that guy is taking it all very seriously. Again, great exposure.
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Some photos from the exhibit. It was a hot evening in the big apple.....











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Looks like a great show

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Yeah it was a blast hanging out and talking with other photographers. It was hot and the gallery was packed. Wish some of the New York Rangefinder folks would have stopped by.
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Yeah it was a blast hanging out and talking with other photographers. It was hot and the gallery was packed. Wish some of the New York Rangefinder folks would have stopped by.
Kudos Allen, wish I can visit one of your exhibits next time.
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Congrats Allen! Well done and I am sure you worked hard to get this done. I am continuing to enjoy following around this thread … keep it going!
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Great shot , Michael.
And that the guy's jacket has stripes on the arm is the icing on the cake, terrific.
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Great spot! Nice composition too. Did you play with any other frames?
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Great spot! Nice composition too. Did you play with any other frames?
This is all from newest to oldest. 14 seconds elapsed from 1st to last shot. And I rarely photoshop out stuff, honest, it's been at least 500 published frames.

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Interesting to see how the shot evolved.
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Michael,

Thank you for the reply, like Rodchenko says, great to see how the shot evolved.

The slight crop, and getting rid of a few things works on the image, so good choice to abandon your rule!

Thanks for sharing.

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Great shot , Michael.
And that the guy's jacket has stripes on the arm is the icing on the cake, terrific.
Yes I agree....
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Kudos Allen, wish I can visit one of your exhibits next time.
Thanks Dave..

If you're going to be in Chicago next summer....
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Usually I would have deleted these two but somehow I like 'em :
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Klaus I love the sense of motion in #1

The flag looking shirt in motion and the flag bunting work well together.


In my opinion #2 is all about those lines. The purse strap and the tops of the cars. I also find the bokeh circles the on the purse strap. the light on the bike, and light at the top center make a nice triangle.
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Thanks for your comment, Allen.
Here some more, all from the same afternoon :







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From SF meet up checking out the Leica Store SF. We had three Monochroms in the group.
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Excellent work everybody! No matter how I turn myself to the other systems, I keep coming back with the RF...







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Love your images and your processing Dave....
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The upper one is my favorite, although the final one has the power of strong emotion once you realize the left arm...
This is an entirely different league, than shoppers with Brooks Bros. bags in Downtown Manhatten .
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Definitely a dose of well captured reality Dave and always expertly processed too.

Fabio, such an impressive portrait. I think your MM captures more than mine!

This is the last from my London walk last week.


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