Transactional Analysis


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GDSNP

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:think: hmmm.. looks like a private detective's shot.. so are u one? :bsmilie: :bsmilie: :bsmilie:
 

sequitur

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SS, does not work for me. would be better if this is in a series of similar shots, like 5 shots taken from the same location with different people.


or sometimes two shots is enough. day and night. three shots ? day afternoon and night ? okay i'm being crappy :p
 

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I think the contrast is a bit too high. But this image sets me thinking. I'm wondering if they are euro cup gamblers. :p Thanks for sharing this interesting image.
 

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A bit too zoomed in for my own liking but I had to crop out the surroundings which were very distracting (bushes and rocks and stuff).

Did not occur to me it might be about Euro 2004, I was interested in catching the moment of transaction.

Yeah a series might be better, but it was a passing shot. Maybe one day when I have more time to hang out on a balcony....
 

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thanks for sharing the denis darzacq link, SS...

shooting in that style is really quite a challenge in singapore due to the amount of clutter on our streets. it's also hard to capture emotions through gestures alone, since the faces are all obscured by the top-down view. great timing of the shot though, as the detail of the transaction is clearly seen and frozen.

:cool:
 

jbma

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I like it. It give me a sense that some mysterious dealing is going on there.
 

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haha agree... eeeks... you got me looking upwards every now and then.... just never known when a camera's on you! ;)
 

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