Nice Camera by EarthHart
EarthHart

Walking through the market the other day, I saw this drunk coming towards me rather unsteadily, as he passed he tapped me on the shoulder and said "Nice camera, be careful with it if you go to Glastonbury."

Hip-shot.

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  • Submitted:Oct 20th, 2012
  • Resolution:700x1053
  • Date Created:Oct 16th, 2012
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  • Camera:NIKON D70
  • Exposure:10/4000
  • Aperture:f/6.3
  • Focal Length:18mm
  • ISO Speed:320
  • Software:Adobe Photoshop CS5
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  • JurgenDoe

    JurgenDoe

    I truly love your street portraiture as they always have a story and this capture is again one of them

    Oct 21st, 2012 Reply Subscriber
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      Thank you so much, Jurgen. I'm glad you like me work so
      Cheers for the favour, Squire

      Oct 21st, 2012 Reply Subscriber
  • Lucifer

    Lucifer

    and you see? you would never say that man who drinks a lot and looks even a bit dangerous will give you warning to be careful :)

    Oct 20th, 2012 Reply Who wants a hug?
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      He just saw the supposed value of the camera, and his body language was such that I perceived no threat. Having studied Primate social behaviour, I use that knowledge when I'm Streeting, and so far, have never had a bad reaction.

      Oct 20th, 2012 Reply Subscriber
    • Lucifer

      Lucifer

      body language is very important when you want to predict the behavior of other people. i love to watch people without hearing what they are saying because their grimace and movements of body tell a lot :) just like eyes :)

      Oct 20th, 2012 Reply Who wants a hug?
  • barfischer

    barfischer

    very impressing but also moving picture again... and i agree with Paul.... as always... perfect capture..... i truly love your street portraiture as they always have a story... sometimes funny... sometimes moving like this one... sometimes sad.... sometimes also very all day stories... but always most interesting and fascinating

    Oct 20th, 2012 Reply
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      Bless you, Barbara It's being aware of the moment, and having an understanding of primate social behaviour that helps me get as close as possible to my targets. And in my comments I like to explain how the shot came about.
      Many thanks for the favour, m'deer

      Oct 20th, 2012 Reply Subscriber
    • barfischer

      barfischer

      with your art.... you show the circle of life... and each work brings its own history... you know .... like a carmina burana.... you truly should think about publish your work...

      Oct 21st, 2012 Reply
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      I had to google Carmina burana, and thank you for thinking my work's like them.
      I need to get an agent/manager, and there's a name & number I've been given which I'll be calling tomorrow. Not only is she an agent but also owns a Photographic Gallery in London, so keep your fingers crossed.

      Oct 21st, 2012 Reply Subscriber
    • barfischer

      barfischer

      aww... i am sorry i didn't better explain Orffs Carmina Burana... for me the work of Carmina Burana is a very coloured circle of most different lifes... characters with its hopes and fears and their beliefs in whats right and whats not right..... thats why i mentioned it.... your work shows the characters of such a circle......
      YES WILL i keep my fingers crossed..... i hope so much there will be a way to publish !!!!! i urge you !!

      Oct 22nd, 2012 Reply
  • depaulus

    depaulus

    I must say that I find your style of street photography very beautiful. Every time it is of a very high quality with beautiful dark black and white.

    Oct 20th, 2012 Reply
    • EarthHart

      EarthHart

      Thank you so much, Paul I'm glad you like my work :
      Bright blessings for the favour, Squire

      Oct 20th, 2012 Reply Subscriber