'March for our lives' Protest photos 3/24
Old 03-24-2018   #1
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'March for our lives' Protest photos 3/24

A few selects from today's protest. I only took the X100S with me on the 2.5 mile march through downtown Atlanta. I'll be curious to see if any other RFF'ers took some as well.

















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Old 03-24-2018   #2
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Good shots, but I think color would have better reflected the positivity of the event than b&w. Anyway, good on you for getting out there and documenting the event!
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Nicely done and thank you for sharing these!

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Good shots, but I think color would have better reflected the positivity of the event than b&w.
Thank you. I struggled a bit with this for composition reasons too, actually. But decided that the BW split the difference between positivity and seriousness - and further abstracted the size of the crowds to good effect.

Appreciate the comments.

Did anyone else get out to any of their local marches?
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Thank you for the posted images here.
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March for Our Lives

Sharing one image from yesterday
Used the Fuji X-E2 w 27.
At previous rallies I've used the Fuji X100S and found it much more user friendly in these situations. Several my images from it are on my Flickr page.
While I really like the X-E2, I found it less intuitive, at least yesterday...
I did have my M9 w 28 Summicron, which felt like an old friend, and was a joy to used. A couple images from it are on the Flickr page for anyone interested.


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Good Catch ‘Rogue designer’

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MarchForTheirLives by Maryland Photos, on Flickr

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March for Our Lives, Oakland, Ca
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Key West FL - small march (1,000 or so), but it's a small town. Still, we spanned about 3 blocks as we marched down Duval St., from the Atlantic coast all the way across Florida to the Gulf of Mexico (about 1.2 miles at this point). I've don't have any great pix, only a few cell phone snaps.

Mobility issues kept me from lugging anything heavier, given I had to walk from the house to the start to the finish at Mallory Square and then home (~2.5 miles).
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