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Patio Season Opens Early This Year At The Victory Cafe

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A week of double digit temperatures and patio season has opened at least a month and a half earlier then usual.

Bill Smith1, ossewa, Grey van der Meer, and 6 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. kenrosz 62 months ago | reply

    I can't believe how much dynamic range you captured on film here... when I first saw this, I thought "HDR" and was stunned to see that this was not digital. Beautiful photo... I love all the shadows reaching across the sidewalk as well as those from the tree on the cafe.

  2. 2Gry 62 months ago | reply

    I love all the different shades in this picture!

  3. ektar* [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    Fantastic shot... Love the tones...

  4. ossewa 62 months ago | reply

    Super stunning shot

  5. Metrix X 62 months ago | reply

    Thanks Kenneth, it would have had even better black details if the film hadn't expired in 2004. People don't realize but some films can capture up to 19.5 stops of dynamic range to handle all this range on screen is difficult without making it look too tone mapped HDR like.

  6. myaliasfotography (r-dean) [deleted] 62 months ago | reply

    wow. i would have thought hdr too.
    has an extremely graphic tonal feel. very nice.

  7. jennifée 62 months ago | reply

    This is such a lovely street scene - so full of life :)

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  8. nehDM 62 months ago | reply

    wonderful street life..
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  9. Spencer Bowman 62 months ago | reply

    nice work. wonderful light & dof.

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  10. n_i_n_i 62 months ago | reply

    Nice shot
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  11. Mo Tabesh 62 months ago | reply

    I really like this shot. Well done.

  12. Jon in Thailand 61 months ago | reply

    Terrific line, angles, tones and DoF.

    Might have forgot something but
    a well done photo for sure.......;-)

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