A Walk in the Park
GF1 with Voigtlander Color-Heliar 75mm f2.5 MC -- ISO 100 -- f5.6 -- 1/250
Life is Grand!
Waiting for Walk
Lumix DMC-GF-1/ 45-200mm
Rick, I love that composition.
Vivek, you have a lot of bicycles where you live.
Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
BTW, though I have not settled on the "right lenses", I am forcing myself to use the NEX-5 for street (despite its limitations when it comes ergonomics or the shotgun shudder) because it is a lot easier to use manual focus lenses with a one touch button and the stunningly better high ISO performance with adequate DR.
Alliston ON, Canada.
Panasonic G1 & GF1 bodies, Panasonic 14-45, 45-200mm, various Minolta, Pentax, Canon FD, M39 & M42 mount lenses.
I love it when this thread comes alive with splendid captures!
Keep it going folks!
"Paper, Juice, Coffee" is excellent Godfrey.
long time lurker, first time poster, enjoy
e-p1 w/ super takumar 50mm f1.4
Welcome Matt! I like your second image especially well.
Godfrey, "Paper, juice, coffee" is wonderful.
Vivek, I like the stick the boy is holding, even though the environment looks urban. Classic.
Thanks for the comments everyone. Here's dos mas.
One from today.
I love it - but don't know if to take it literally
Is that the Starbucks on Saratoga and Pruneridge?
Streets - Dallas, Texas - November 15, 2010
Rick, Fabulous stuff, as always.
Particularly love the superb shot at the King memorial.
Black and white film.
I have a question for everyone:
If you were choosing between 50, 70 and 100mm effective focal length (25, 35 and 50mm on m43 body) for outdoor and indoor (bars and similar) "street" photography that is mainly focusing on individual rather than a scene (often focusing on torso and closer) which one of these focal lengths you would consider best fit most of the times?