Street photography while on board

Has anyone ever tried this project ?  It helps if you can set your camera to monotone ( and a low profile camera ) .   Walk around the ship, and just take random photos of people and objects you come across.  Don’t worry about focusing, set your camera to AF.   Try not to even bring the camera up to your eye.  Oh, and turn off the flash.  

Here are a couple:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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This is actually one of my favourites.   This woman had no idea I was taking her picture.  It was the last morning on board, before debarkation.  

 

 

 

The camera  was sitting on the table with a 2 second timer.

 

 

my ultra low profile Lens-in-a-cap from Olympus

 

 

Cool photos BAK. I'll show these to Mike since he's always wandering around with his camera- might be something he'd be interested in doing too.

Thanks for sharing! These are contest winning photos!

 

Apparently not. But thanks anyway.  I sent the one with the woman to a couple of places, but neither included it in their publications.

I wasn't voting!  I think these are wonderful!  What do "they" know?!?

Great photos, are those peak design tabs I see?

What’s a peak design tab ?

 

oh, you mean the tabs for the strap !  Yes.   Most versatile strap on the market, IMHO.

I also have the capture plate

Yes, after almost 40 years of carrying a camera I just found this system.  Just used it for the first time on our latest cruise. It is the best I have used. 

I like to take photo of Sunrise & Sunsets at sea  Happy

 

 

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