Street photography with borrowed Sigma 18-200

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I went out yesterday around 7pm to try a borrowed Sigma 18-200 F/3.5-6.3
Nice lens even though it's 6.3 at the far end.

Still trying my first steps at street photography. This is tough.

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Waiting for the light
D80 - 116mm - 1/320s - F7.1 - ISO 320


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Walking
D80 - 200mm - 1/250s - F7.1 - ISO 320


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Tourists
D80 - 200mm - 1/1250s - F6.3 - ISO 160


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Coming from the bank
D80 - 200mm - 1/640s - F6.3 - ISO 320
 
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robthorn

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sweet you were totally busted by coming out of the bank. she probably thinks you are going to rob her or the bank. might want to stay clear of banks ;)
I wouldn't worry about the 6.3 because the f7.1 look better to me anyway.
 
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Those are great!!!

I went to a small city last night, only got one shot. Not many people around and it was too awkward sitting at Starbucks to try to shoot people as they walked past, or those sitting around us. :frown:
 

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