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There is no doubt, you are a genius, and the recent posts endorse my opinion. Cheers.
Great little series, Matt.
Nice! And how cool to find some french down there :)
One of those French movies!
dis-donc, c'est quel film? :D
this is a great site!
it was a pleasure to discover it.
What a fantastic little vignette!
A perfect life study. I love what you've done here.
so great. did you arrange this?
i was sitting there having a coffee while these kids messed around on the porch at the coffee shop. she worked there and was on her break. they were trying to decide if they had time to go to her place before she needed to get back to work. it was in the middle of the big snow storm, in a little town on the delaware. he kept insulting her in french. i guess he wrote that on the table. i saw it a few minutes later.
lovely, just lovely! the two sharp frames brought out the beauty on the blurred one
Amazing series, you really captured the moment!
A series like this is why I love photography--and life too. It's too beautiful for words. I won't even try.
I do have a technical question, though. What's your general approach to street photography? I would love to get images like this but I'm always so self-conscious of invading the privacy of strangers. It's something I'd love to get beyond. Do you have any words of wisdom along these lines?
Again, beautiful work....
Also, did you shoot digital on this one? If so, what are you shooting with?
Scott Lacy: camera info's at the top of the comments page :)
great work, this IS photography.
Like a movie.....
It's like a short movie. That is so beautiful. I love it. Thank you.
Awesome! But for nitpicking, I sort of wished there was more depth-of-field play on all four frames.
Great series! LOVE it.
One question...how did you frame it as a four-part frame, almost like a window? The effect really works well.
this is fantastic. i love how the first frame is out of focus - have no idea if this was deliberate on your part, but it has a place in this four-part "quad-tych"(?).
but great work here. totally.
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