This is how it should be….
Great shot. Love the light and colour of the background. It looks like there is some compression going on, or you were pretty close to the subjects? Can I ask, what lens/body combo did you use?
I compressed a wee bit in Lightroom( I was around 20 ft away) and a small crop and voila that is all. The lens /body I used for this was my trusty Canon 60D and the lens (my favorite for street photography) the f1:8 50mm.
Yes, I’ve used my 50D w/ my 50mm and it is nice 🙂 How do you compress in lightroom?
Thank you so kindly 🙂
A good one. Colorful and interesting face expression. I sense something beneath the surface.
I guess my next challenge is trying not to use zoom lenses. ;-(
Thanks Helen..I love the comradeship this group had.They were chatting & laughing away..
I have never used a zoom and would love to try one..may rent one and see how it goes..
Yes, up close(or sort of close) is my preferred method.
Nice moment and story … good eye.
Thanks so much Frank.. just one of those awesome moments among humanity!!
Reblogged this on Simple Moments Blog and commented:
Wonderful moment and story by Lynne from Six Degrees Photography. Reminds me of my favorite quote from Photographer Edward Steichen ” Photography is a major force in explaining man to man”. Nice work Lynne!
Thank you so very much Frank..
Love that quote too 🙂
Yes it is Lynne. Minus a few of the calories. 🙂 –Curt
Haha, that made me laugh because yes, nothing low calorie about food at a fair 😉
A most excellent representation of a unified community of diverse people. Excellent.
Thank you so much.. A most wonderful comment, I could not have said it better!
You don’t use a zoom?! Now I am really impressed, Lynne, that you get that close. Amazing and excellent, as always.
No zoom, I don’t even own one..I was not super close, maybe 20′ away, maybe less so one can still get street shots without being all in someone’s face 🙂
Thank you very much!!
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