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Subject: Current Street Photography [was [Leica] Re: Times Square Part 2]
From: r.s.taylor at (Richard S. Taylor)
Date: Thu Jun 1 07:20:15 2006
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>>Richard -
>>I've been having a few discussions lately with a good photographer I
>>know about what constitutes "modern" street photography (color &
>>body language seem to be a big part) - I think you're getting some
>>of that look, for sure.
>>Bob Palmieri

Bob - What a great shot.  I really like the strange mixture of light 
and color.  The 20D can produce really nice results.  I'm no Luddite, 
but still haven't convinced myself to buy a DSLR yet.  The E330 comes 
closest to what I'm looking for, the good 7-14mm zoom and flip-out 
LCD being two reasons, but somehow the plastic is staying in my 

If you come across other examples of this kind of current street 
photography, please pass them on.  Thanks.

>Don't have any good URL's available at the moment; 'meantime here's 
>one of mine from a few days ago:
>It's kinda got a slightly creepy nouveau advert thing about it, but 
>I just can't get over the ISO1600 "available light color" capability 
>of the esteemed 20D...
>Bob Palmieri
>Leica Users Group.
>See for more information



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