{W/NW}: Fellow passengers

Discussion in 'Leica and Rangefinders' started by nels, Sep 24, 2006.

  1. Trains, buses, planes...heck, even boats are ok...though I only travel by one of them as far as public transport goes.

  2. Very nice indeed. And the usual question- Digital or film ?
  3. "Digital or film ?"

    Dilm. Oh no, wait a minute...I think it was Figital.

    A620. Check exif. Thx.
  4. And, I'm impressed and very envious of these candid pics- how you were able to frame/focus/adjust etc. so carefully, without the subjects apparently catching on and ruining everything.
  5. With the help of swivel LCD and a dead-quiet shutter of the camera...so as not to wake up the sleeping fellow passengers.

  6. Great photos ... One of the bonuses of these point and shoots is the ability to be able to turn all the sounds off. Makes them almost a completely silent camera.

    Again ... terrific photos!
  7. <Check exif. Thx.>

    How does one do that? (Surely I'm not the only film photographer who wonders how to check exif...or am I?)
  8. Jonathan - Open up the image in Photoshop, and go to File --> File Info. Alternately, download a freeware utility from the internet such as "ViewExif", and install it. Then all you have to do is right-click on an image within your browser. This latter method is my personal preference.
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  10. Nels, thanks.
  11. mpo


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    Tokaido Line, Tokyo, 2006
  13. notice how the air passengers look a little more tense?

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