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Girona, November 2011A well-dressed woman walks haughtily by…Part of my new experimenting in street photography.Colour effects from Niksoftware and Photoshop CS3.Leica V-LUX 1
street, girona, spain, fashion, candid, woman, man, urban, narrative, skirt, red, walking, shop window, shops
A curious London-born girl trained in the Cambridge analytic tradition of philosophy and the generative school of Chomskian linguistics, always both arty and artsy, and sometimes eminently logical.
As seen here the street is a never end source of day to day improvisational theater. I like you have chosen a square format to present the dynamics of this found play. Next keep this work up. Last the purest would ask why the color effects, why get Niksoftware involved in a domain that was completely a Tri-X domain. Again the world of photographer is a dynamic one and it’s history is being written every day. Keep writing it!
Yes, it’s great fun. I find the luck element of it exhilarating.Interesting what you say about the colour effects. For me the post-processing is an intrinsic part of the process of trying to capture the street scene in its fullest character. Getting the photo on the camera is only the first half of the job.
– Rebecca Tun