{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.

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  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.

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  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

    mpo

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

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