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Jim McKinniss


Pro Member, Redondo Beach

Three women waiting

This was shot yesterday in front of the historic May Company Department Store in the Wilshire District of Los Angeles.

I used a 300 mm lens to isolate the women.

Comments 11

  • Konstantinos Papazoglou 12/12/2009 13:53

    Terrific shot!!!
    The expressions are unique and the frame is somehow divided into four different pieces according light.
    Lovely work, Jim
  • Daren Borzynski 06/23/2008 23:00

    Just love this image Jim, it's been in my favs since I first commented on it

    Cheers
    Daren
  • Francesco Margarita 05/14/2007 16:48

    http://www.margarita.altervista.org

    Belissimo B&W foto molto interessante.
    complimenti Francesco - ITALY -
  • Dragomir Vukovic 04/09/2007 20:32

    excellent ^^^
  • Daren Borzynski 04/09/2007 17:48

    Excellent capture Jim... perfect timing!!
    I just love the expressions on their faces... it has gone into my favourites.
    Great tones!

    Cheers!!
    Daren
  • Peter. Gau 03/31/2007 2:45

    :-)))

    what a moment, thats what street and situation is all about, i guess

    peter
  • Gabriela Sauciuc 03/20/2007 17:33

    Superb!!!
    gaby
  • Laki K. 03/18/2007 20:34

    jim, thanks for the explanation and thanks for your kind comments.

    cheers
    laki
  • Jim McKinniss 03/18/2007 19:09

    @Laki,

    You're correct that the focus is on the bench but the blur is because the women were all moving. The woman at the center had just (and I mean just) sat down and had not settled herself. Her presence disturbed the others and they were making room for her.
  • Laki K. 03/17/2007 16:51

    a really nice capture, though it looks like the focus is on the bench and not on the ladies. tones and contrasts are good.

    cheers
    laki
  • Leo_nid 03/17/2007 15:10

    Excellent shot, Jim