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Remove all the colours and automatically an extra dimensions has been added

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Go back and forth on these two and i learn that in b&w much more is left to the observer's imagination therefore making the photo more interesting to watch.

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Actually street photography is this one, not just pictures of road, sois, etc.

There are cameras almost entirely dedicated to this wonderful kind of photography, counting huge names in the word photography scenery.

rather dismissive of the wonderful shots on the other topic. There are lots of pictures there that are more than "just" roads etc. Or is this one "just people"

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some shots tend to look better in B&W while some Color.

I tend to shoot in Raw and basic Jpeg an in Bridge determine which way to go

I feel street photography is all about capturing the moment in 125th of a sec

Film girl i like ur work but would prefer to see it without the titles u apply

Kings Sihanouk last trip

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I haven't aborted titling my images and will continue to do so where relevant, but I felt the last few were self explanatory or maybe best left to the imagination.

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not sure if traditional or not? .... I did some colour fading with this shot.

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Just seen this. A joke yes?

Street photography often tends to be ironic and can be distanced from

its subject matter, and often concentrates on a single human moment,

caught at a decisive or poignant moment.

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