Street shots - this time with Yashica Minister D

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Some more candid street shots. This time taken with a Yashica Minister D with Adox CHS 100 film inside.

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I like these Ian and I like Adox as well, lends them a nice vintage look.

Love the one of the ladies who lunch, looks like one of them is giving you the evil eye.

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Thanks - I don't think the ladies weren't too happy about me shooting them. This was the first shot - I took a second and then scarpered!

Shooting with the Rangefinder and the Trip has been great - I have had to get in really close which has helped with my courage - realising that most people don't mind.
 
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I really like the aesthetic to this set,
The juxtaposition in number 1 is awesome!

I would of liked to see the results if your feet were a bit braver and you got closer to your subjects, the bikes in number 3 don't work for me, and the same with the white car in the last, however, I think the subjects are interesting in themselves.
 
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I was struggling to get the exposure right underneath the market, where these were taken. I took a couple that were closer, but they didn't come out well. I did take this one from the other side:

 
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Certainly less distraction in the new angle, it's personal preference but i prefer this shot
 
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I like all these shots but in particular I do like number 4, the street in the rain. I have never used this type of film but might give it a try. There is something about the contrast range you get from film and a rainy street that has always appealed to me.
 
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