latest offerings - street.

Discussion in 'The Gallery' started by C.Michael, Jun 25, 2012.

  1. C.Michael

    C.Michael Iron Photographer

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    Thought I would post up my 3 latest street shots for a bit of crit. Haven't posted anything for ages and haven't had much feedback from the photography community for a while.

    These were taken on a standard photo-walk between SirEos and myself. Generally we talk way too much shit, don't take heaps of photos and finish off with a beer or three.

    The rest of the set, a little story & some photos of the place we drank are located on my blog/website - www.christophermorrison.com.au/blog

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    happy man. by christopher morrison photography, on Flickr

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    street. by christopher morrison photography, on Flickr

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    umbrella softbox. by christopher morrison photography, on Flickr
     
  2. Dropbear

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    First one is full of character.. really like that
     
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    I like the third one.

    Followed you on cargo mate hahah.
     
  4. Deftone2k

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    Really like #1 but the colours in #3 are tops too :)
     
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    Not a big fan of them but I think 1 would be my pick of them.
     
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    C.Michael

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    Thanks!

    Cheers man - how do I follow back!? As you can probably tell from my half done site - I haven't quite got the hang of it yet.

    Cheers! Yeah #1 is my favourite. #3 I liked on camera, but didn't look as good on screen. Interesting timing though with the umbrella lit up.

    Thanks. Any particular reason they don't do it for you? Something I could improve on next time? Cheers
     
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    I like #2 a lot.
     
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    Was the first frame of the day. I wish she was still rummaging through her bag, for what I assume was a bus ticket - she just looked up at the last moment.

    bit annoyed about the terrible bokeh, need to get myself a sigma 50 1.4
     
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    Very much like photo 1. The black and white appears 'very old'. Reminds me of photos from the 30's/40's.
     
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    some people just don't get the appeal of random pics of strangers :)

    1 is good
    2 needs more headroom. white car on the right is an eyesore.
    3 i get what you're going for, wish there was more light on mrumbrella's face though.

    next to sydney and melbourne, i like shooting street in adelaide. your buildings have character.
     
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    number 2 for me - nice work chief :)
     
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    I like #1. Saw some of your stuff on cargo/flickr :thumbup:
     
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    C.Michael

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    Thank you. I quite like the B&W processing, still not sure about the slightly warm toning though.

    Thanks for the feedback man. I really enjoy your street work! It's funny, I never thought the car was a distraction, until you mentioned it. Now I can't stop looking at it. Haha

    You forget how nice some of our buildings are in Adelaide. I always forget to "look up".

    Thanks man!

    Cheers! My website/cargo is coming along (slowly), but thank you for the feedback :)
     

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