Reviewing revealed lots of feet, lots of blur (unintended) oblique angles, with no desire for added dynamics.
Voyeurism - not a term I have levelled at myself before, but a photographer must be part voyeur. Across the aisle travelling to Sheffield.
Gareth and some fellow students - a respite for me - knowing I was on safe grounds!
A slightly complex image and I wonder if people will take the time to work it out - only in as much as it would inform me as to the worth of taking this type of photograph.
I caught these two studying the outdoor photography. They mirrored each other quite often, they looked, they bit, they chewed, they looked. I don't think I caught that empathy they shared.
Again on safer ground with the OCA group, Gareth was considering one of the images, it was cold and we were about to break for the day. I'm not suggesting that Gareth was a "card". Another "nearly" shot to finish with. The "big Chief" looking down on the couple coming towards the lens. The lady has caught me taking the picture the chap just wants to get home. I need to recognise the criticality of focal depth, it can turn a good shot into more filler for the delete file. There wasn't much excuse for it either, the light was almost too good (strong disparities between light and shade), so more practicing, more time to develop technique for both the new camera and on the streets.