waiting

Uploaded: May 15, 2002

Description

I took this photo by putting the camera at my side on the bench. Then I pushed the button (Minox 35mm 100 asa)

Comments

Piper Lehman May 15, 2002

Renzo, this is cool. Don't you love to snap pictures without people's knowledge? Noticing a lot of green light here. This must be fluorescent lighting, yes? I'm trying to understand how to recognize the different lights BEFORE I get the green or yellow toned print back from the lab. I know elevators use fluorescent and my house is tungsten. Now I know the subway is fluorescent too. Will have to write this down somewhere! I like the green here--don't get me wrong. I think it SAYS "subway." Using a filter would somehow take something away from the mood here. Nice job. #5562

Renzo Ballabio May 15, 2002

Hi Piper, thanks for viewing and for your comments. Yes I do love to take photo of unaware people, that's why I used this trick. As for the green the same happend in this photo taken in a wagon. Awating your comments again if any. Regards #7991

June Marie Sobrito May 15, 2002

Renzo, this is really a neat trick. I must try it. I travel the NYC subways very frequently and never had the nerve to just shoot away. I love these scenes that you capture. Take care. #7992

Renzo Ballabio May 15, 2002

Hi Marie June. Sure you must. I tell you that Minox is a very small camera but is a "must" and passes almost unnoticed, even if not so easy to use.
I appreciate your comments and I will take care.
#7993

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