Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Hassidic Homies'

Paris Street Photography Tutorials

~ Hassidic Homies ~


Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Hassidic Homies'
Here I offer you a spontaneous discussion / analysis of a photo from both a technical and also a very human point of view. What I don't normally do is go into the nitty gritty of the settings used on the camara because for one thing I generally can't remember and can't be bothered finding out, and secondly, I firmly believe that great photos are made before the shutter button is pressed based on what is happening around the photographer at the time and how he reacts to it. All comments are very welcome.



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Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Hassidic Homies'
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Sab Will / Paris Set Me Free

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2 comments:

Rob said...

This is a fantastic door, such lovely color. What caught my eye was the door knob in the center of the blue door complimented by the little knob/dial, whatever centered in the blue of the graffiti and buttons centered on the electric door keycode. That would have been enough for me. However the orange glow and person int he doorway makes the image so much more interesting. A good example of patience to attain a better photograph with the human element.

Sab said...

Ha, you'll laugh Rob, but it wasn't patience but being fast on the draw that got this guy going in! Almost literally shooting from the hip, and yes, that human element does make it so much more intereting, with the orange light from inside of course. Otherwise it would 'just' have been an interesting picture, but the person makes it human. I don't think I'd even spotted the door know, by the way!

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