What I see, and how I see it.
The Faces of the Games series is fabulous.It really takes the whole thing to a new level.After all the noise and the hype your vision of the individual experience is refreshing.ph
one thing i've noticed is there's a lot of smiling going on.
I like these photos very much. It shows the inclusivness of the Games.These two are very colorfully dressed. cw
these pictures speak very clearly of the enjoyment of the times. Their clothes are very cheerful and colorful. It will all be over to-morrow I guess-but I think we can say it was a good time.
Hey Doug,I can see that you are enjoying that new lens. Nice pics.dk
thx dk. yes, i am putting some long glass to work, but this style seems so simple, even a cave man could do it. not sure it's easy, but it comes easy to me. that's to say, shooting subjects in the context of a grand location is money / it's challenging. i really like these images, but....?? you're a photog. agree? or disagree. (don't be mad if you're a cave man).
Hey I agree, I really like these shots. I forgot about the concrete dance. But if it has to come out down the road about the lens when you are being interviewed for a photo mag or something you have to glam up the story. "I had to get this shot and I decided I had to go long, all of a sudden out of no where..."
There is so much life and warmth in this picture, Doug. Really like it.
Your "Faces of the games" series depicts the true Olympic experience. The excited, friendly faces in the crowds proved the games were a success.
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