3 photos story
This is strange, I was walking in Dublin to meet up with my friends who I was going to take some pictures with. And while walking, I was thinking, that one day I would like take photos that would say some really good story. Literally a moment later I witnessed this. Didn’t know what to do, I panicked!!! But then I just instinctively grabbed my camera and started shooting. Weird feeling, but inside I knew I wanted to take these photos.
A few people passed by…
Then the couple run over and started ringing ….
f5, 1/100 sec, 70mm, ISO 800
f5, 1/60 sec, 75mm, ISO 800
f5.3, 1/60 sec, 95mm, ISO 800
You’d make a great news photographer…
These are great shots. Do you think he was just sleeping?
I know how it looks like but I know he was absolutely drunk. Quite common view in Dublin 😀
I agree with Mirjam, great reportage. What was the outcome?
I like this photos story, especially the first picture when people ignore the guy… interesting
Glad you went with your instinct. Great sequence – very nice shots.
Very strange place to take a nap. Glad you thought to take some photos.
Cool quick story! How’s you get the captions to indicate your camera setting?
I don’t actually understand what you ask me for, but I’ll try to give you some answer though. When you take a photos there are also other information being recorded on each photo. These info is called EXIF and can be read in any decent photo viewer software. I have Nikon Camera and use ViewNX 2 to look at my photos. This can be downloaded for free from Nikons website. Hope it’s a useful information.
Did he get up after that? Maybe he rolled over and scratched himself, as most men do after a nap… Now THAT would have been a great ending to this story 🙂
A very ‘hold your breath, waiting for the ending’ series of photos. =)
I was witness of the same scene and moment when I was in Scotland, Now where I live (San Francisco) happen all the time, homeless lie down in the street, alcoholics and people suffer for economic problems, depression…..very sad but true, sometimes photographers forget to be more compassionate with the world around them and they just want to catch the moment, the magic moment…
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