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Wow. Nice and interesting picture.
As a viewer you can think you are behind the bar looking into the restaurant.
Not much to eat...
This is a great shot. Heh, I like how the person in the middle is looking at you like you shouldn't be taking this picture.
You take us into a different world with your pictures! :-)
Really strong ambient capture
Roberto Marquino said...
WOW! Which camera do you use?
I like this image, really. I can't belive that I'm seeing this in a blog and not in a National geographic magazine.
Coul you reveal the technic detail of this picture? (film, f/ t/ and so?) Did you use a soft flash to take it?
Well, thanks, really. I feel motivated everytime I see your photographs.
nikon fm2 24mm lens. It was a longish exposure. Probably about a second. Available light. It was night so basically flourescents...I didn't have a tripod so I just used a shelf. You can see this in this blowup: http://photos7.flickr.com/10601346_e816a7ee45_o.jpg
I didn't use a flash. I don't carry a flash with me and quite frankly I don't know how to use them. In fact I generally don't carry anything that needs batteries (the FM2 can be used without batteries). As I've noted before almost all my photos were taken with an FM2 & a 24mm lens. Just a few months ago I bought a digital (D70), but I'm not sure I will use it on my upcoming Mexico or Asia trips. Digital cameras are just so fragile. I'm worried how they will handle in extremes of hot & cold & altitude. Also charging batteries, downloading images and so on means that one must carry much more equipment and I like to travel very very light. I am most happy when all my clothes and gear can fit into one very small backpack (like the ones schoolkids use).
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