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Cowley Road recently saw it's 16th carnival and parade on Sunday, 10 July. I am the husband of a dancer in the community band, Sol Samba, so I'll admit, the coverage is a bit samba-heavy.

 

So where does an introvert spend a carnival so well attended as this event? Why, right in the middle of the street parade, of course, hiding behind a camera, and going with the flow of traffic. By far, the quickest way from one end of Cowley to the other during a carnival.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It is like falling in love, the atavistic

Imperative of some one

Voice or face--the skill, the copper filament,

The golden bellful of notes twirling through

Their invisible element from

Rio to Tokyo and back again gathering

Speed in the variations as they tunnel

The twin haunted labyrinths of stirrup

And anvil echoing here in the hearkening

Instrument of my skull.

 

From "Ginza Samba" by Robert Pinsky

Sol Samba leading the parade, the theme of which was Roald Dahl's The Twits.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Fuji Velvia 100 (expired) *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Ilford FP4 Plus *

* Developed in Kodak TMax *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Cowley Road recently saw it's 16th carnival and parade on Sunday, 10 July. I am the husband of a dancer in the community band, Sol Samba, so I'll admit, the coverage is a bit samba-heavy.

 

So where does an introvert spend a carnival so well attended as this event? Why, right in the middle of the street parade, of course, hiding behind a camera, and going with the flow of traffic. By far, the quickest way from one end of Cowley to the other during a carnival.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Ilford PanF 50 *

* Developed in Kodak TMax *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Cowley Road recently saw it's 16th carnival and parade on Sunday, 10 July. I am the husband of a dancer in the community band, Sol Samba, so I'll admit, the coverage is a bit samba-heavy.

 

So where does an introvert spend a carnival so well attended as this event? Why, right in the middle of the street parade, of course, hiding behind a camera, and going with the flow of traffic. By far, the quickest way from one end of Cowley to the other during a carnival.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Sol Samba at the Isis Tavern, Fancy Dress Party

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Sol Samba leading the parade, the theme of which was Roald Dahl's The Twits.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Sol Samba leading the parade, the theme of which was Roald Dahl's The Twits.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Cowley Road recently saw it's 16th carnival and parade on Sunday, 10 July. I am the husband of a dancer in the community band, Sol Samba, so I'll admit, the coverage is a bit samba-heavy.

 

So where does an introvert spend a carnival so well attended as this event? Why, right in the middle of the street parade, of course, hiding behind a camera, and going with the flow of traffic. By far, the quickest way from one end of Cowley to the other during a carnival.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

With Oxford community band, Sol Samba, leading off the parade.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

With Oxford community band, Sol Samba, leading off the parade.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Cowley Road recently saw it's 16th carnival and parade on Sunday, 10 July. I am the husband of a dancer in the community band, Sol Samba, so I'll admit, the coverage is a bit samba-heavy.

 

So where does an introvert spend a carnival so well attended as this event? Why, right in the middle of the street parade, of course, hiding behind a camera, and going with the flow of traffic. By far, the quickest way from one end of Cowley to the other during a carnival.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

With Oxford community band, Sol Samba, leading off the parade.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

With Oxford community band, Sol Samba, leading off the parade.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

With Oxford community band, Sol Samba, leading off the parade.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

With Oxford community band, Sol Samba, leading off the parade.

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

It's apparently been a few years since I last made it to Oxford's Cowley Road Carnival. I went the first three years that I lived in Oxford and filled up memory cards full of photos every time, but in recent years, circumstances have prevented my being there.

 

With this feeling like a reunion, I thought I would apply a new strategy to this year's photos. I've long since chosen to do my own photography on film and to save the digital camera for work. I enjoy the entire process of film, but most of all, I love that restriction of cost. I can't spend twenty frames to ensure getting a single photo that I want, because each frame costs me a little money.

 

So, it was established, I wasn't at Cowley Road Carnival this year to snap everything I saw, all restraint thrown to the wind. I was going to bide my time, pick my shots. My new strategy still didn't stop me from running backwards down the street, trying to stay in front of Oxford's community samba band, Sol Samba, happily snapping away, all while looking down into a Rolleiflex. I might have chucked a few frames, in the end, but I didn't have hundreds of near-duplicate photos to throw away, and, most importantly, I had fun. (I have wondered, since, if the parade staff weighed tossing me off the parade route vs. waiting to see how far I made it down the street without tripping.)

 

* Rolleiflex 2,8F Planar *

* Kodak Ektar 100 *

* Developed by AG Photo Lab *

* Epson V500 scanner *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

Not a nice day for a parade, unfortunately, and it was raining pretty heavily before the event was finished, but it was all weathered well by both participants and audience.

 

* Canon EOS 6D *

* Canon Speedlite 580EX *

* CZJ Pancolar 1.8/80 *

* CZJ Flektogon 2.4/35 *

* Photoshop CS6 *

 

www.DavidStumpp.com

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