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photoblog image The Bus Man.....Movement......&...... CityScape #2

The Bus Man.....Movement......&...... CityScape #2

1st things 1st: HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY NEPHEW EMMANUEL TODAY HE IS 5.

11th, 12th & 13th (Last) Images in my Portfolio


We were assigned 10 Photographs in our Portfolio and more if we wanted. These 3 were extras.

Image 11 - The Bus man: He would always tell you..."I Love My Job". Immediately he saw my EOS, he just told me to Photograph him and here is the result.This on passed for Reflections, Potraits and Angle, hence it was part of the assignement. I finished printing and processing 2 days before class was over...so I came in to print images of people that I snapped and Prof. Boon ended up telling me to make another print and put them in my portfolio

                                                                              This frame (The Bus Man) :Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 3 , f.8, 35secs.  (Test Strip 10secs each)

Image 8 - Movement - Trying to understand the SLR here..testing...testing the camera ...Cloudy day. Photographed this in Central Park.

This frame (Movement) :Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 3, f.8, 30secs (Test Strip 10secs each)

Image 9 - CityScape #2 - The experiment here was quite frustrating, but was forced to print this one, when Prof. Boon observed that I was unwilling. Jez! the Paper wasting here wasn't funny. Printed it anyhow...didn't want to stress myself. You can see some white sctraches from the sticks as I processed. So after getting rid of this annoying print, I printed a couple of my classmates images that I Photographed (as they did the same for me) and assissted others who needed help in the darkroom. Yup! some of us couldn't stand the dark. LoL

This frame (CityScape #2) :Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 2 1/2, f.8, 12secs (Test Strip 5secs each)

 

 

 

The Bus Man.....Movement......&...... CityScape #2

1st things 1st: HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO MY NEPHEW EMMANUEL TODAY HE IS 5.

11th, 12th & 13th (Last) Images in my Portfolio


We were assigned 10 Photographs in our Portfolio and more if we wanted. These 3 were extras.

Image 11 - The Bus man: He would always tell you..."I Love My Job". Immediately he saw my EOS, he just told me to Photograph him and here is the result.This on passed for Reflections, Potraits and Angle, hence it was part of the assignement. I finished printing and processing 2 days before class was over...so I came in to print images of people that I snapped and Prof. Boon ended up telling me to make another print and put them in my portfolio

                                                                              This frame (The Bus Man) :Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 3 , f.8, 35secs.  (Test Strip 10secs each)

Image 8 - Movement - Trying to understand the SLR here..testing...testing the camera ...Cloudy day. Photographed this in Central Park.

This frame (Movement) :Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 3, f.8, 30secs (Test Strip 10secs each)

Image 9 - CityScape #2 - The experiment here was quite frustrating, but was forced to print this one, when Prof. Boon observed that I was unwilling. Jez! the Paper wasting here wasn't funny. Printed it anyhow...didn't want to stress myself. You can see some white sctraches from the sticks as I processed. So after getting rid of this annoying print, I printed a couple of my classmates images that I Photographed (as they did the same for me) and assissted others who needed help in the darkroom. Yup! some of us couldn't stand the dark. LoL

This frame (CityScape #2) :Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 2 1/2, f.8, 12secs (Test Strip 5secs each)

 

 

 

comments (35)

  • Ronald
  • Netherlands
  • 7 Sep 2007, 00:20
Love all three of the pics..
Nice portrait, seems to be a proud man, the riksjaw is beautyful in its motionblur and the skyscrapers do just that... defeating the treebranches.
Nacha Kama: Thanks!
  • Martin
  • Houston
  • 7 Sep 2007, 00:59
This is a good collection of shots. All have good tonal range, but very different character. Why you insist on shooting film is a puzzle to me, though smile
Nacha Kama: Shot film in my photo 1 class & showing u guys my portfolio ....I will be back with my digital shots...from sunday...wink
  • Kay
  • United States
  • 7 Sep 2007, 03:46
Happy Birthday to Emmanuel!!

Nacha, I particularly love hte bus man and the buildings. Great angle of view and tones in the building pic. And The bus man? well, I think that is a wonderful portrait.
Nacha Kama: Thanks Kay! I will send the wishes to him!
  • Luke
  • United States
  • 7 Sep 2007, 05:08
happy B-day Emmanuel!, nice group of shots!
Nacha Kama: Thanks Luke for the birthday wishes....I will pass it on.
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 7 Sep 2007, 06:57
Yes, Happy Birthday to your little nephew, NaCha. At that age, all those numbers are important. smile

Thanks again for your care and intention in showing us your class portfolio. I'm very proud of your pain-staking effort to do this class. Did you take a class on film to help you understand photography better??
Nacha Kama: Thankds Granny for the birthday wishes...he should be having a BALL with his friends by now :d
  • riika
  • Finland
  • 7 Sep 2007, 07:15
Great serie!
  • Freetux
  • France (Fr)
  • 7 Sep 2007, 07:20
Your black and white shot are very beautiful.
I like your style !
Thanks for your comment.
It's a fine panoramic triptych with three varied views of this city - inviting and atmospheric.
superbe, comme toujours
This exercise you undertook must have given you quite a bit of exposure and it can only make you a better photographer ..
Nacha Kama: Thanks Dear!
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 7 Sep 2007, 09:55
I love those b&w pictures! They have a lot of "character"!
Another great serie!
Interesting portfolio and congratulations to Emmanuel wink
Nacha Kama: Thanks Jose! I will send the wishes
  • Xav C.
  • France
  • 7 Sep 2007, 12:05
Très intéressant et jolie réalisation.
Bravo
great sequence
  • bisola
  • United Kingdom
  • 7 Sep 2007, 13:14
interesting collection you've got here, Nacha. Looks like I've missed a lot!
Nacha Kama: Yes oh u have. Welcome back! and thanks
Yeah - i agree The Bus Man is a winner. His reflection in the bus window IS great!

The CityScape does look as if it would be frustrating with your darkest part being the silhouette leaves and the sky all gray. We all have those shots sometime or another. If you wanted you could try some filters on it to boost your contrast. I think taking the contrast to an extreme would be interesting.
it's a fine triptych; very good work.
  • Bahar
  • Canada
  • 7 Sep 2007, 15:38
all three of them are nice shots, the last one is my favorite. I shoot digital but I like to learn to shoot film too. btw happy birthday to Emmanuel!
Nacha Kama: Thanks Bahar, I will pass on the wishes
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 7 Sep 2007, 15:56
Happy Birthday to Emmanuel a big 5 now thats the start of big school.
Love all three shots all classic but differnt. Keep it up
Nacha Kama: Thanks Tracy for your kind wishes. I will pass it on
  • crash
  • United States
  • 7 Sep 2007, 18:37
happy birthday !!!!!!
Nacha Kama: Thanks Crash...I will pass on the birthday wishes...
Great Chacha!! I travel with these pictures (never been in US).
  • Otto K.
  • Atlanta, United States
  • 7 Sep 2007, 19:08
The portrait of the bus man is really nice.
  • Mingo
  • Spain
  • 7 Sep 2007, 19:12
Wonderful triptico-portrait. Excellent apprehensions. Congratulations. Regards!
Nacha Kama: Thanks Mingo!
  • elaine
  • paris
  • 7 Sep 2007, 20:01
happy Bday to him! great series of shot! So new york!!!!
Nacha Kama: Thanks Elaine!
  • Bud
  • USA
  • 7 Sep 2007, 20:33
I especially like The Bus Man image - great reflection of him on the window!
  • rags
  • United States
  • 7 Sep 2007, 20:36
happy birthday EMMANUEL!
Nacha Kama: Thanks Kanyi, I will pass on the birthday wishes
  • Erinn
  • Canada
  • 7 Sep 2007, 21:44
I like Cityscape #2. It's a good juxtaposition between old and new.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 7 Sep 2007, 22:43
I must say I like these outa class stories. It must be real fun. All three these pictures are excellent, each in its own way.
You are getting stronger every day, NaCha. They are all good but the Busman is my fave.
The√Ĺ're all great images. It's an interesting look to have them side by side here.
  • tetsu
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • 8 Sep 2007, 15:01
Interesting! smile
  • jump
  • France
  • 8 Sep 2007, 17:05
nice tryptique, happy birthday to your nephew smile
Nacha Kama: Thanks I will send the wishes
Like very much this work, very creative !!
  • Jeremy
  • Canada
  • 10 Sep 2007, 18:21
Photo combinations are cool. You can imagine so many stories with them.

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