I've processed the film and to my surprise I did get a shot (shows how much attention I was paying). It's not very good as the composition is wayward and the child is actually jumping away from the camera, but it shows the 'mother' and another two frames show the old boy with the hat, and the elderly lovers.
Will scan and post later. Maybe I should merge the three shots together, then you'll get the whole picture?
you gys take yourselves way to seriously
post all 4 together ming ..
you should get the email of the police
to see if they can forward you the one
where she gave you the "homer" or the mugshot
of when they processed you at the station ..
Reminds me of a Beavis & Butthead cartoon.
The police issued a photofit of one of the characters saying they wanted to speak to him regarding a masacre 25 years ago.
When asked by the press how a 14 year old boy could commit a crime 25 years ago, the police replied "he's very clever."
You should go back to the park and wait till you see her, then approach her with the pictures and offer to sell them to her :) tehe...
~Stone | Sent w/ iPhone using Tapatalk
Roll up, roll up and get ready for the feature presentation. Grab your Supersize Coke and a Family Bag of popcorn.
This is the 3 shots (very roughly) merged together but shows the layout of the scene almost as it was. Remember the 3 shots were taken at different times, the couple on the right were there when I arrived. The gent on the left arrived 2 minutes after and Ms Pollard and sprog, 5 minutes after that.
I'd forgotten about this shot. The shot I was trying to get had the child running and jumping in the opposite direction (towards me so to speak). Imagine him leaping high and tucking his legs up, as though about to dive-bomb in a swimming pool.
The composition and timing of each shot is all to pot. I'd been on my feet constantly for about 5 hours (I said I was keen), I had calluses on my heels (crap boots) and painful cramps in my shins, so was mentally & Physically 'photographed out'. Still, like I said, the Street Photographer never sleeps.