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    very nice B&W collections

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    great tone and pics Bro !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deveraux View Post
    very nice B&W collections
    Quote Originally Posted by nordleadx View Post
    great tone and pics Bro !!!
    Thank for the comment, glad you guys like them! The last series was particularly hard to capture because was manual focusing!
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    Heres more to share for a mini series - Feline

    #84 Famous Five


    #85 The small friend I was after


    #86 Her humble abode over at the wet market


    #87 Full shot on the lady


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    I like how you frame horizontal photographs into the vertical frame. Gives it a cinematic feel. I'll be keeping an eye on this thread, your photos are great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boliaocomein View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by alfredlau View Post
    I like how you frame horizontal photographs into the vertical frame. Gives it a cinematic feel. I'll be keeping an eye on this thread, your photos are great!
    hey guys thanks alot!!
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    Following ones were taken using fuji proplus II
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    Last one for today!

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    Quote Originally Posted by theRenaissance View Post


    Last one for today!

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    really like this alot!
    great series you have here, keep it coming! looking forward to more!!

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    #16... haha. Interesting capture.

    I like the way the cat was processed in #21, especially the B&W rendition making it's whiskers stand out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gusto View Post
    really like this alot!
    great series you have here, keep it coming! looking forward to more!!
    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    #16... haha. Interesting capture.

    I like the way the cat was processed in #21, especially the B&W rendition making it's whiskers stand out.
    hey thanks for your comments! glad you like them , yeah I love the cat pic too, was deciding between colour or bw when I finally settled for bw because one could turn their attention to the details - the whiskers and fur.
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    "Faces of little india"
    The follow images were taken during an impromptu outing between my friend and me, realised that street shooting in smaller groups will result in slightly better pictures overall. As we shoot more talk less and stop less often. Do enjoy the pics!

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    Hey great shots!
    May i ask how'd you took #99? Won't the guy bash you for taking shots of him or what?

    I wanted to try street shots but that's my major concern!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bookwormm View Post
    Hey great shots!
    May i ask how'd you took #99? Won't the guy bash you for taking shots of him or what?

    I wanted to try street shots but that's my major concern!
    Thanks! Im not sure if he realised that his picture was being taken. What I do is I spot my subject from afar then i'll just walk as per normal, when I deem the distance is near enough I'll just shoot from the hip, or in this case tummy lol. After that I'll just walk away as if Im hurrying somewhere else. Thats it, no fuss!

    I think it takes practices and it depends on your style of shooting. Some like to snipe using teles. Some prefer up close and in action with the immediate surrounding. You never try you'll never know! haha
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    I see... I thought of that but never knew people are actually shooting like that! Hahaha! It's a risk mission! Thanks for the reply!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bookwormm View Post
    I see... I thought of that but never knew people are actually shooting like that! Hahaha! It's a risk mission! Thanks for the reply!
    no prob man!
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    Faces of Little India Cont

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