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streets of korea thru my 21mm color skopar
Old 11-09-2012   #1
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streets of korea thru my 21mm color skopar

just finished processing my black and white, and some colored films from my recent trip to Korea... all of the shots are taken using the 21mm color skopar CV.

note: The vignettes are added thru PS.








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Very engaging people shots for a 21. Well done. I like the movement in that first one.
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Nice shots, those lenses are great aren't they! I Like the third one.


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The first and third stand out to me. With a 21mm? Wow, that's close!
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Really like the third one.

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thanks guys... it was such fun shooting in the streets of Korea, i miss their food too!
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lose the vignette

i love the shots though. great motion in the first one and i like the third and fourth one too.
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hi steven, i don't know really what draws me to add vignettes on my shots, but i've not a black and white shot without vignette being added after scanning.

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Those last three look really good.

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Photo #1 is great. And points to the photographer for the guts to shoot street with a 21mm. You have to be really confident to get that close to someone. Yields photos with a lot of intimacy though. I love the focal length.
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really nice photos. I agree with the comments about #1. Great work with the 21!
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Those last three look really good.

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Photo #1 is great. And points to the photographer for the guts to shoot street with a 21mm. You have to be really confident to get that close to someone. Yields photos with a lot of intimacy though. I love the focal length.
thank you Pickett, i was once a 50mm shooter, but my 50mm lens broke down on me and i was left with a 21mm! no budget to get another 50mm cos our baby is coming, so i was forced to use the 21mm... it's been a year now! and though i managed to get a 40mm (to shoot portraits of baby and wife), my 21mm remained my shooter lens!
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really nice photos. I agree with the comments about #1. Great work with the 21!
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