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Old 06-23-2014   #10
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Originally Posted by NY_Dan View Post
This technology will not herald a new era of street photography because there is more to the art form then simply putting a photo device on record. OP has shown a few "grabs." Go out for 5 hours, and show us one great shot, or 2 excellent shots, or 5 good shots. As a photographer who shoots digital and film, there is something about martial art like about making each shot on a 12-exposure roll count.
Actually, I think OP's #1 is a really excellent image - but I completely agree with your position. I am always cognizant of how many shots are left, and always mindful to connect better with the subject and not waste them. If I was basically an editor looking through hours of footage for the 'magic moments', where would I be in the process? I might as well station some hidden cameras on the street.
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