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A wide-open view of the practice of street photography by Michael David Murphy, While Seated.Thu, 15 Dec 2011 18:48:58 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=4.2.12By: Michael David Murphy
Thu, 31 Jul 2008 17:10:03 +0000http://2point8.whileseated.org/?p=13#comment-81401They used to be on whileseated.org, which I stopped using as a daily photoblog. You can see a wide selection of them here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/whileseated/sets/548932/
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Thu, 31 Jul 2008 16:28:51 +0000http://2point8.whileseated.org/?p=13#comment-81394I’ve been reading this site with interest, especially since I do almost all of my street photography in San Francisco. I’m dying to see examples from your No Flash Corner, but every link that I’ve tried from this site to NFC seems to be broken.
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Sun, 01 Jul 2007 06:46:13 +0000http://2point8.whileseated.org/?p=13#comment-30311Then try it with one of your own images and donâ€™t cry. (I *so* know what you mean). Love that shot above, wow. And am definitely going to give the library idea a shot, thank you for that.
Sun, 12 Mar 2006 00:30:06 +0000http://2point8.whileseated.org/?p=13#comment-91Yup. We could do a whole post/book/essay about photographer’s shadows. I only just discovered that the wider the lens you use, the more omnipresent your shadow.
A no duh, but funny to stumble across.
Sun, 12 Mar 2006 00:15:23 +0000http://2point8.whileseated.org/?p=13#comment-90I would also say that the presence of the photographer’s shadow weights the picture to a point of balance. Not only does it not cover important details, but does something to triangle in the upper corners and the faces.