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January 26, 2006
i had a simular problem recently when shooting an afterparty at Fespialhaus St. Polten. The lights were very low and they had a discoball giving off cool light.
victor
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January 25, 2006
I do like the results that came out. If you didn't say there were only 350 people there, I probably would have believe there were more people there. The second shot was really nice. Very nice isolation of the man even with all the people walking around him.
Susie
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January 25, 2006
pretty cool black and white pictures. they have sort of a surreal feeling to them.
Harry Jenkins
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An evening protest in Vienna II

A small protest against the privatization of the Austrian Post

A small protest against the privatization of the Austrian Post
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A couple of days ago the union of the Austrian Post called for a protest march against the privatization of the Austrian Post. They expected about 800 participants, about 350 came.
Anyway, they started to march at about 4:30 pm when it was almost dark. Not exactly what I'd call good light conditions to photograph. I used a flash to photograph in the beginning but I haven't really been happy with the results. Since I didn't have an assignment for that I decided to play round a little bit and shot without a flash and at times from 1 second to 1/6 of a second.
Obviously there is a lot of movement in the images. Usually not what I like to work with but I found the results interesting.

Posted by Martin Fuchs on January 24, 2006 02:04 PM

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