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Some street shots from the last few months

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    I find lovely little details in every image - wonderful set. Some standouts for me are;

    Post 1 Shot 1 It's your overall winner - that's clear to my eye at least.
    The dreamy stare of the child against the darker reality of the man at right - love it.

    Post 1 shot 2 also taken at that decisive moment - I dig the gestures/masks combination.

    Post 2 shot 1 - compliments Post 1 Shot 1 - The combination of eyes in the balloon, the tension on the clutched bear and the curious child's eyes works big time.

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    Thank you Marko. i really appreciate your comments!
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    This is some impressive street photography imho.

    All of the B & W shots appeal to me, but especially Set 1 photo 1 and the Second post for the reasons Marko mentioned. Some of the subtle inclusions such as the guy on the right in shot 1 and the photos in the background in shot 4 are very effective to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lorey View Post
    Thank you Marko. i really appreciate your comments!
    my pleasure - it's a fine post!
    I do have a small niggle on shot 4 post 1 - let me know if you'd like me to name it....given that you have "Only critique photos posted in the critique forum" checked.
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    RM, I appreciate your time to look and your kind comments.
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    Sure Marko. I have no problem with some constructive criticism. I’d like to hear it.
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    This is a wonderful set of images, Lorey. I can't pick a favourite, I love them all!
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    Sure - In post 1 shot 4 (fab shot BTW) the magic for me is in the eyes of the musician versus the eyes of the framed woman in the headscarf.
    I know you are a deliberate framer...maybe there was a distraction...But you cut through her face a bit. I think I'd like to see 2 more inches on that left side...maybe until the white matting if that was possible... to reveal a bit more of the woman, so the juxtaposition becomes more apparent. (maybe you even have a wider version).
    If for whatever reason you hate that idea or don't have it wider - perhaps a 10-20% dodge in the head scarfed face might also help. Or maybe you just wanted it this way, it does add a bit of tension.
    Just a few thoughts - wonderful image no matter what.
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