'The Little Girl at the Front Door'

by Crosley John

the little girl at front door crosley street seeking critique john

Gallery: New -- Color & B&W

Tags: crosley street seeking critique

Category: Street

Exif Information:
Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D5000
Date Time Original : 2012-01-26 09:54:49
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Aperture Value : 5.6
F Number : 5.6
Iso Speed Ratings : 400
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Focal Length In35mm Film : 78
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Software : Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows

Published: Sunday 29th of January 2012 12:13:04 AM


Comments

John Crosley
Four posts from one afternoon/evening

This and the last three posts were taken from one afternoon/evening shooting. 

If anyone has any interest in my 'productivity', this is a good indicator, I think.  [There were also more captures that were postable, but these four were the ones I chose.]

In addition, I think the range of these 'street' photos gives a good idea of the range of just street photos I can take in one outing just when shooting only 'street', but if given the chance, I could easily have been shooting fine art, abstract, landscape, aerial (really), portraits and any other genre, and any number of other genres in the same outing, as I'm ready to shoot anything any time when I can 'see' and am in the vicinity.

I don't confine myself to just one type of shooting if I have a chance to shoot more.

john

John (Crosley)

John Crosley
'The Little Girl at the Front Door' It's about -14 degrees Celsius or 7 degrees Fahrenheit outside, and this little girl goes calling by herself and waits at the steel door of a large, locked apartment building. After ringing the entry phone to announce her visit, she waits hopefully for the buzzer. Your ratings, critiques and observations are invited and welcome. If you rate harshly, very critically or wish to make a remark, please submit a helpful and constructive comment; please share your photographic knowledge to help improve my photography. Thanks! Enjoy! john

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