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rain on his parade

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4 years 7 months ago #1703 by Christian Udarbe
Here are some shots I taken back at May 2, 2012. It was a parade that signifies the town fiesta of my mother's hometown.

Photo 1


The Rain on My Parade by Bright Ideas with Chan Udarbe , on Flickr

Shooting Information:

Nikon D5000
Sigma 30mm f/1.4
Aperture Priority
1/750th @ f/2.8
ISO 200
Flash Not Fired


Post Processing Information:

Adobe Lightroom 3.5
Not Cropped

Photo 2


The Rain on My Parade by Bright Ideas with Chan Udarbe , on Flickr


Shooting Information:

Nikon D5000
Sigma 30mm f/1.4
Aperture Priority
1/750th @ f/2.8
ISO 200
Flash Not Fired


Post Processing Information:

Adobe Lightroom 3.5
Not Cropped

Photo 3


The Rain on My Parade by Bright Ideas with Chan Udarbe , on Flickr


Shooting Information:

Nikon D5000
Sigma 30mm f/1.4
Aperture Priority
1/500th @ f/2.8
ISO 200
Flash Not Fired


Post Processing Information:

Adobe Lightroom 3.5
Not Cropped

Photo 4


The Rain on My Parade by Bright Ideas with Chan Udarbe , on Flickr

Shooting Information:

Nikon D5000
Sigma 30mm f/1.4
Aperture Priority
1/500th @ f/2.8
ISO 200
Flash Not Fired


Post Processing Information:

Adobe Lightroom 3.5
Not Cropped


Guess what I don't like about these shots would be that I didn't take a lot more the parade itself into the frames to give more significance or a back story of the shots; If I didn't mention that there was a parade I bet you guys wouldn't even have known! LOL Another lesson learned there. But still worth a share I think =]


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4 years 7 months ago #1706 by Roy van Ommen
Hi :)

These photos are looking nice. I would had done a step to the left to see the walking crowd to tell the story. But even though the shots are nicely taken.

I would'nt tilt my camera by the way, it makes it look a bit off. Did you tried Black and White?

Greetings,
Roy

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4 years 7 months ago #1709 by Dennis
thanks for sharing Shot 3 is really nice. Juxtaposes the fun of the parade against the boredom of the child. Rally like this one, C. U.!

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4 years 7 months ago #1715 by Christian Udarbe
Thanks Roy! Yep, that's what bothered me during post, I wanted to have a little more of the parade but I guess I was too focused at the kid that time. I'll probably try and adjust the tilting in LR4, cause now that you mention it, it does look off LOL

I'll also give Black and White a try =]

Thanks Dennis! Yep, this made for an interesting photo that's why I really had a itchy trigger finger to take his shots while he is bored from the parade. =] Hopefully another opportunity like this strikes again and I'll have a little more of the parade in the frame to add more depth =]


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4 years 7 months ago #1718 by Gregory Cazillo
So cute.

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4 years 7 months ago #1724 by Clair
They're great Christian..

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