Shots from G20 #2

This is a discussion on Shots from G20 #2 within the People Photography forums, part of the PHOTO GALLERIES category; Some more G20 shots, again all shot on Nikon D200 with either Nikkor 50mm or Sigma 10-20mm. Apologies for linking to six shots, I didn't ...


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    Some more G20 shots, again all shot on Nikon D200 with either Nikkor 50mm or Sigma 10-20mm. Apologies for linking to six shots, I didn't want to start a new thread for the extra shot. I'll remove if needs be.













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    Well you didn't have to start a new thread just select fast reply and add it after, stays in the same thread

    Once again some nice photojournalism - stirs all sorts of emotions

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    I agree with George. Both threads contain excellent examples of photojournalism. You captured the spirit of the event. Thanks for sharing.
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    I agree with George. Both threads contain excellent examples of photojournalism. You captured the spirit of the event. Thanks for sharing.
    Well done!
    Sai Krupa
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    absolutly amazing!

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    Nice, well-planned photographs in difficult conditions.
    Santa María Ahuacatitlán, Cuernavaca, Morelos, Méjico

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    I learned something. My crowd shots are confused. Yours have a single point of focus.

    Thank you for these.

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    Great pictures....
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