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    Panarus biarmicus Moderator (Sports) SmartWombat's Avatar
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    got just a few
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCary
    What's the story of the guy with the camera?
    I wondered that, too.

    Also, what kind of camera did the guy have who's getting his shoes shined?
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    more, with a theme ...
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    an assortment
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Paul .. you have good taste in strangers

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Wow, I love them all. What some great photogs here at PR. Here is one more. This is old but still one of my most viewed pictures in my gallery. This guy was one cut up. Insisting I take his picture. Shot with my QL17


    I am like Barney Fife, I have a gun but Andy makes me keep the bullet in my pocket..

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Quote Originally Posted by Didache
    Paul .. you have good taste in strangers
    Thanks !
    There's more here then
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I had 1 pic of this guy before he jumped up to get a fishing rod...:mad2:

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    First one with a fisheye. Sweet.
    I am like Barney Fife, I have a gun but Andy makes me keep the bullet in my pocket..

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I cought this guy at my brothers college graduation. He is a Holocaust survivor.




    I found this gal at the Ohio fire academy fire truck show. There were a group of gals singing and doing sign language for the crowd


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    How can I be lost
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg McCary
    What's the story of the guy with the camera?
    He was just sitting on the sidewalk - asleep - right near Bryant Park - just another photographer.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Here's one for you, Tyson. During a local parade.
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog
    Here's one for you, Tyson. During a local parade.
    Nice shot!! Always good to see a fellow fireman.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Quote Originally Posted by jkriminger
    I had 1 pic of this guy before he jumped up to get a fishing rod...:mad2:
    I really like this picture, a lot. great shot. keep coming back to look at it.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    SmartWombat,

    You do some great work man, great work.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Come on guys there has to be more! Bump Bump!!

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    From a couple of years ago at the county fair.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Saturday night my wife and I stopped at a café up in Idyllwild, and I ended up taking a picture of a husband and wife duet. Extremely low light, 1600 ISO, f/1.8.
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I just remembered I got another one yay!

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Quote Originally Posted by Frog
    I wondered that, too.

    Also, what kind of camera did the guy have who's getting his shoes shined?

    Frog ... I blew up a section ... it looks like a Sony Alpha. Here it is ...

    Cheers
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    lol.....you're the man, Mike!
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    This is one from a wine tasting festival earlier this summer. This lady was selling homemade products at her booth.
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I saw this 2 wheeler cruising along the sidewalk while driving down the road. I got ahead of the group pulled in a driveway, blocked the sidewalk to frame this.As the young man rolled up I saw a very curious look on his face.
    I exclaimed "I'm taking your picture!" As I smiled, pointed the camera.
    The kid smiled.Then he took charge.He pulled in the exit drive did a couple of 360's a figure 8 and proudly he chose this spot.
    This shot made his day An expression 20mm wide.

    In summary; What I learned from this candid shot.
    Point the camera with a smile, you might get a smile

    Anyone know what these 2 wheelers are called?



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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Here's one...



    ...an artist (I guess) and his sleeping dog... in St.Augustine, last April
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