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Discussion in 'General Photography' started by Mattecube, Feb 25, 2018.
why? @KeithAngel what dont you like about the photo?
Hi Mattcube, I like this shot. It is inventive and makes me thoughtful when viewing it. Well done.
You could delete the "In Baguio" post as it is the same photo.
Maybe, like myself, he can't see a photo.
Or it was because I disliked one of his posts the day previous! Ah well never mind eh!
What do you see in the picture?
I went through a phase about 50 years ago when I tried solarisation and negative printing, but it never really grabbed me, there are better ways to do proper street photography to my mind but that is just my opinion.
Crikey I was only 10 ish then!
This wasn't a question for me but I see:
A Filipino child, a shanty town behind the child, a river.
Overall the child's expression influences my thoughts about the background.
No smile makes the shanty town unwelcoming.
Something that always makes me appreciate a street photo is usually a black and white of a really old lady/gent with a properly weathered face. It sorta jumps out at me and makes me wonder what sort of life that person has had.
So was I, actually more like 47 years ago, I had my own darkroom and was doing my own black and white printing and processing and using the E4 colour slide process. I did my first wedding aged 14 and another 5 paid ones by age 18.
Impressive. I remember you telling me that your Dad liked photography too.
Not sure what the thoughts are but maybe
nasa bahay ako
Is he being thoughtful, though
I commented on what thoughts I had when looking at your photo.......
When I said " why " I meant that' what I see not questioning your comments apologies if I was a bit abstract!
I see in his eyes "Why"
I am in a parallel universe now, Mattecube! Please keep it simple as my brain hurts.