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    well it was more of a snapshot for this picture. however i liked the red n yellow lights in the background but decided to make it black and white.

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    tones are great - low key - and enuff highlights to reveal your subject and create the mood of returning home, reluctantly but inevitably, and drunk - where all bright lights are garish and painful - after a bad day at work. This sense of inevitability of movement is induced by the converging lines in the bus. A possible scene in a movie.

    The red and yellow lights are irrelevant in this black and white. And I guessed it will be a less moody picture in colour.

    u hv an eye for street photography where pictures just come and go fleetingly.
    Last edited by espion; 3rd March 2007 at 06:54 AM.

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    wonderful description of it, didn't thought of so much of the picture yet but now there is more of a story to it eh! cool. snapshots seem kind of fun to me, still i believe even snapshot need some quick composition which i sometimes still lack!

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