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  1. #51
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Nice shots everyone - keep 'em comin! Haven't had time yet to reload Win XP on my computer but hopefully this weekend I'll have something to share...

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Taking a break from a parade.....
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    I just threw this one together. The Durango in the background is mine. Durango means "Gas Hog" in Spanish by the way.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Nice ones guys, I am going out this weekend to shoot a few more.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Here are a couple captured from an open top bus in Paris.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    A few from Pike Place:







    Horrible pic, but I loved watching this man from my balcony in Cancun.

    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    A little blurry but still a stranger...


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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    a few more captured ...
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    Nice you know some great strangers,,,,,,,,,,is that possible, to know a stranger,,,,,,,,,o well you get the Idea.

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    The next to last one is rather nice, actually.
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    Great pictures guys.

    Star- they're called Segways, the police around here use them downtown, kinda funny looking.

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    Isn't the world of people AMAZING!

    Jetta, I hope to get up to Pike Place Market this summer, just to fill up my memory cards.
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I just showed my wife a few of these shots with an explanation. We're going to Duluth, Mn next week for vacation and I told her I'm going to try and get some pictures of stangers. Her only remark was, "Fine, just don't shoot pictures of girls in bikinis". I guess I'm just going to have to ditch her for a couple hours. She just doesn't forget my formative years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Minnesota scroller
    I just showed my wife a few of these shots with an explanation. We're going to Duluth, Mn next week for vacation and I told her I'm going to try and get some pictures of stangers. Her only remark was, "Fine, just don't shoot pictures of girls in bikinis". I guess I'm just going to have to ditch her for a couple hours. She just doesn't forget my formative years.
    Right on brother!!!! Hit that shutter!!!!!!!!

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    First post, but I love candids.

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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    Here's two:






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    Nice work with the fisheye. I got to get me one of those.
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    Love the hot dog vendor Lava. That's a great shot for this thread.
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    Wonderful captures JETA. My wife loved the Pike Market when she was out that way. the guy in Mexico is a real character. Don't you just love sitting on the balcony and people watching.
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I don't know if she actually saw me, or if I was in the right place at the right time

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    Thank you OT!

    My favorite spot in Cancun was my balcony. Sheesh, you'd think it would be the beach, pool, downtown.... Not me. I could have sat and watched people all day. Probably half my shots came from that spot.
    It's not blurry. It's bokeh.

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    [QUOTE=Minnesota scroller]...We're going to Duluth, Mn next week..."Fine, just don't shoot pictures of girls in bikinis"...QUOTE]

    Girls in bikinis? In Duluth? The first time I was ever in Duluth, it was a warm June day, and there were ships cutting trails through the ice in the still frozen harbor. Gitchigoomi (aka Superior) never gets very warm...
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    Re: Capture a Stranger

    I've got lots of pictures of strangers. I think I've archived most of them, though. I'll try to find anything local on my machine.

    Oh, here's one! This is my all-time favorite ever picture I've ever taken, and it's of strangers!

    although I do have a signed release from them, in case I ever use this shot commercially.


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    I'm sorry, I just love this picture too much to leave it here for strangers. I'm taking it down.

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    ok maybe I'm being too paranoid.

    Here, I've made it too small to be usable to anyone but still you get the idea of what the shot looks like. The faces are unimportant.
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    Here are a few more I don't mind sharing. A couple are from a PR Chicago gathering.
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