w/nw: eye contact


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Aug 1, 2003
Sometimes not being invisible and/or not having a dead-like quiet shutter is what makes the shot :)
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Took this guy the year before in Merida, Mexico, saw him near the church every morning with various cronies, whom he appeared to sick after me after which I high-tailed it out of there (I seem to attract that sort of attention, haha):
sony dsc v1, cz at full zoom, memory stick

And most recently, this guy, on whom I tried my own b.s. skills on, but was caught red handed and failed miserable, hahaha:
m2, ZM 35 biogon, acros

Excellent posts! I really enjoyed viewing your photos. Thanks for taking the time to share.

Eye contact usually is one of those things that seem to turn a candid exposure onto another tangent, but given the theme for this thread, it's really touched on a lot of things. Some people look uncomfortable, while some don't mind at all; some offended, some delighted; and some are stoic, while others are enthusiastic. Kind of interesting how eyes are indeed "windows to one's soul."

Oh yeah, here's mine (fed 2 w/ J12).
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Underexposed :bang: out of focus :bang: then the shop admitted screwing up development :bang: (hence all the dust & hair and stuff) but do I look like I care ? If I find time, I'll be retouching some of the bigger scars.



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The bigger this picture is, the more scary the man on the right. This is a bigger version than that found in my gallery, especially for you friendly folks of RFF :)



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In the speakers corner, the girl seems more interested in RF cameras than in the preacher ;)


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modest contribution...


Eye contact with the man on the left side
I've crossed him several times on the street since, but he seems to have forgotten about the photo ;) Works in the neighborhood​
from my terrace with nikkor 70/300 (@300). The kid was staring at me with his binoculars ... so I took the camera...

Already posted in another thread, sorry if you already saw it.


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