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India - People at work 1-5

Discussion in 'People' started by fishbio, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. Here are a few of Indians at work. Ladies first!

    Cheers,

    Larry


    Gas jockey

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    Spice seller, Kalimpong. I'm still using the Cardamom

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    Washer-woman, Varanasi

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    Collecting firewood, Nainital. Just walking up the hills at the high altitude was tough.

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    Keeping the street clean Haze is smoke from local brick kilns.

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  2. Good pictures Larry. India provides great opportunities to a street photographer. I like the #2. I am sure that you would have captured many more during your visit
     
  3. Samer

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    Thanks for sharing these Larry. I like # 2 and # 3. Although, I might try a tighter crop for number 3.

    I've looked at the series a couple of times and I keep thinking that something is missing. As an observer, I'm wondering how they'd look with a shallower DOF. They might have awesome impact. I looked at the exif and it seems you used a slower zoom. So that couldn't have been accomplished with what you used.
     
  4. Tanks, CCROY and Samer for the comments.

    The D200 is my first digital camera. I purchased an 18-200 with it and I had only a couple of weeks with them before I went to India on what was primarily a birding trip. I had no other lens with me because I wanted to travel as light as possible. I tended to stop down a bit when I could due to the softness of this lens wide open.

    I had not taken many people pictures before, so this aspect of photography was new to me.

    I'm also new to Photoshop, but perhaps I can learn to do some subject isolation in post.

    Cheers,

    Larry

    p.s. More photos tomorrow
     
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