A&P Street Musician C&C

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  1. yexy

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    What does OTAP think?
     
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    3 looks really soft

    others are kinda boring IMO

    i like the 2nd to last one best
     
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    for the first, it might have worked out a little better had you moved closer to the wall, and shot more down the street, with him still as the focal point. 2nd to last is still the best, but 1 could have changed that had you moved 5 feet to your left. :hs:
     
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    I like #1 the best since it includes a bit of what's going on around him.

    The fact you don't see anyone in the picture at all, even at the starbucks, and the fact there's a lot of empty space around him, makes me think of the loneliness of being a street musician.
     
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    Nice colors and composition but it's just a bit boring to me.
     
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    oh, and I like 1 the best.
     
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    Did you tell that hippie to get a job?
     
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    "smelly cat, smelly cat, WHAT are they feeding you? Smelly cat, smelly cat, it's not your fault."
     
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    All of them looks great to me.
     
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    What did you shoot it with? Just noticed vingetting (however it is spelled) in each of the shots.
     
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    :rofl:
     
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    :love: They need to bring that show back
     
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    Agreed.
     
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    I agree, thanks

    *nods* I should have had the whole guitar case, I think.

    Yes! Good point. He did seem pretty lonely. There were people going by, but I didn't get them in any of the shots.

    *nods* Thanks for the input!

    Thanks. =)

    Nope, I sure didn't. Maybe he has one and just likes busking.

    I added that in Lightroom...I shot these with my little Canon Powershot SX100 IS.
     

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