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    Taxi in Los Angeles...

    My wife and I took a trip to LA during Christmas to visit my sister and I captured this photo. I thought it was one of those moments that just looked funny. What do you think?

    (I wish that bald-man wasn't in the shot)

    Sorry so small...I'm at work and don't have the large image here.

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

    Nate,

    I like this shot, but the tight crop is a little harsh. I would've liked to see the whole cab. The colors are a tad flat, but those can be easily adjusted.

    Interesting subject,

    Jared

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

    Thanks Jared. Let me add some additional details here. I took the photo from the top floor of the Kodak Theater mall in Hollywood with a zoom lens. If you're familiar with the area, you'll know that there are a great number of starving actors street posing there with people that pass by for dollars. If I had zoomed out any more, you would have seen that and the photo would not necessarily have the same meaning, although I certainly know what you mean about the tight crop.

    It certainly was an amusing day out there in Hollywood.

    --Nate

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

    Quote Originally Posted by natefromri
    Thanks Jared. Let me add some additional details here. I took the photo from the top floor of the Kodak Theater mall in Hollywood with a zoom lens. If you're familiar with the area, you'll know that there are a great number of starving actors street posing there with people that pass by for dollars. If I had zoomed out any more, you would have seen that and the photo would not necessarily have the same meaning, although I certainly know what you mean about the tight crop.

    It certainly was an amusing day out there in Hollywood.

    --Nate
    Nate,

    I just went to Hollywood a month ago. What a city eh? That Kodak theatre is beautiful, and some crazy dressed up people. Thanks for the info,

    Jared

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

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    Re: Taxi in Los Angeles...

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