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  • Dancing in the street

    The weather has been so bad in Melbourne lately that I've been forced to go through my collection of images to see what is worth keeping. I came across a folder of "street" photography done in Melbourne back in 2016 that I've never bothered to process.

    3 images made in to a triptych. This couple looked so happy and natural that I had to take some images of them dancing.
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    The "band" they were dancing to.
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    The triptych came up a treat. What did you do to get the background? Triptych is fun to do and experiment with. Well done. I notice the muso is also wearing quality dancing shoes.
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    • #3
      Nice work in both shots John.
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      • Grumpy John
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        Thanks Alan.

    • #4
      Originally posted by Isac View Post
      The triptych came up a treat. What did you do to get the background? Triptych is fun to do and experiment with. Well done. I notice the muso is also wearing quality dancing shoes.
      Thanks Isac, I used this tutorial as a guide.
      I think he swiped them off the bass player when he wasn't looking.
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      • Isac
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        Thanks John. I remember watching that tut way back. I'm a big fan of Gavin Hoey and I learned a lot from him. He's a great teacher and delivers with simplicity and easy to follow instructions.

    • #5
      Exceptional work. Perfect white balance and exposure.

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      • Grumpy John
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        Thank you for those kind words Benji, much appreciated.
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