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Wish He would Keep Still! I refuse to use a Flash!

2008.07.25
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Hamidiyya Market, Damascus Syria
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Your Drink sir!
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Fresh Beverage - Coffee/Tea - Traditional style! - Damascus
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The System in Operation! LOL
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Traditional Style Teas/Coffees being sold in the Market, (Souk) in Damascus, Syria.
As soon as he noticed me with the camera, he made sure I wouldnt get a decent shot and kept moving all the time, and I was adamant not to use the flash and capture him! the best way I could, on my Camera.
Hence the result is , Not so sharp!
24 Comments
????? Neat idea for a blog!!!!
????? · 2008-07-25: 09:02
turndaround I like the expression you captured on the third shot. Great work.
turndaround · 2008-07-25: 11:13
RangofRaag Lovely set, you followed the guy around and put in a lot of detailing in the pictures, they are gorgeous, very colorful & happy.
RangofRaag · 2008-07-25: 11:44
Thanida Nice one
Thanida · 2008-07-25: 12:00
ronin53 WELL DONE ANYWAY...
ronin53 · 2008-07-25: 13:57
TIM927 not so sharp but it makes u feel more into the story, great RogerMay ;)
TIM927 · 2008-07-25: 14:24
cariad great set...and the lack of sharpness actually helps to tell the story :)
cariad · 2008-07-25: 15:32
acanelma very interesting!!
Regards and kisses for you!
acanelma · 2008-07-25: 15:42
jennye still great shots!!!
jennye · 2008-07-25: 21:27
josanhjx superb..
josanhjx · 2008-07-26: 01:13
mojaroo fantastic
mojaroo · 2008-07-26: 02:02
davidcardona Great urban takes!
davidcardona · 2008-07-26: 04:34
carmitage Not easy to take pictures in that light, did you think of pushing the ASA up ? I keep forgetting.
I like the atmosphere of this covered up market. Nice serie
carmitage · 2008-07-26: 04:54
NITTINPLP nice set Roger,intersting photos , u should have bought some coffee from him, then he might have helped u :),
NITTINPLP · 2008-07-26: 06:48
Tigerlily What a great set! And how very interesting, my friend! It's the blur in pictures like these that makes one feel the ambience...at least I do! Thanks for sharing these, I love the "coffee/tea pot" he's carrying on his back.
Tigerlily · 2008-07-26: 07:10
sliwka I wish I could be there and have a tea from this guy :)
sliwka · 2008-07-26: 09:17
prasadnlv lovely post
prasadnlv · 2008-07-26: 12:56
KC727 Nice set, thanks for sharing :))
KC727 · 2008-07-27: 09:12
sistatitoune nice set !!!
i like the first one !!!
;-)
sistatitoune · 2008-07-27: 18:40
sina86re great shots and beautiful
sina86re · 2008-07-28: 01:52
meiling Well, your persistence has certainly paid off, Roger, these are great, colourful shots.l Couldn't help noticing the flask that this young man has got on his back –– surely that must be quite a weight when he starts his rounds??
meiling · 2008-07-28: 12:53
slowpete I like the first one
he is still but you have movement all around. Almost as if you stoped time just for him
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slowpete · 2008-08-01: 06:14
eljapa Wondering what the iso was??? sure is a nice subject..
eljapa · 2008-08-22: 12:25
Riyaz I didnt want it too grainy, so I tried ISO - range between 200-400. The Polarising filter eats way 3 f stops, and didnt think of removing it, as it had little use here! But all the same - am learning!
Riyaz · 2008-08-23: 08:06
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