Peeked in to see where people were thinking of going out to shoot when we gather. There are so many places, the Flats, the Farm Museum, the Water Falls, the Ledges, etc. Would anyone be brave enough to do LG street photography with real people in it?
I'm in for any and all shooting that goes on that weekend. LF street photography isn't easy, but it's always worth a shot! :D
It usually takes me an hour to set up my first shot with the 7x17. I guess I better look up convalescent homes in the yellow pages to get a few hot prospect addresses.
Sounds intriguing. I could go for an alley or train yard. Skyscrapers in the background?
I've gone street shooting with 35mm and used half a roll (and got a few keepers). So I'm game to try with 4x5. Still hoping I can make it!
Come with us to the Flats. Your image is there. Do stay more than a safe distance from the RR tracks. I was standing what seemed like a very safe distance from the tracks near a Rapid Transit station with Peter. Next thing we knew the Rapid police showed up to find the terrorists the drivers had reported. I did my 72 year old student routine that Peter has grown to hate. It did get us off, once again, but we have stayed many feet from any track since.
Count me in!
As for LF street photography, sounds like fun, I should have a 4x5 at that point to join in the fun. Maybe do some Super 8 work as well?
If I get the time off of work I'll be hitting up the Exhibit at the Clevland Art Gallery before hand: http://www.clevelandart.org/events/e...nd-emmet-gowin before coming down. I'll also be doing the camping thing (hoping for good weather).