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  1. GREAT SHOT BRO … BEING A INDIAN I FEEL THIS POST OF A INDIAN COUPLE PORTRAYS THE LONG WAY THE HAVE MADE THROUGH WELL… GOOD JOB BRO… :))

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  2. This is a gorgeous photograph!

    Thank you for stopping by Land and following us. I am looking forward to following your work. I rarely see anyone shooting black and white in social media like Facebook. It’s amazingly refreshing to see your black and white work.

    I shot film for the longest and black and white the majority of the time. I used a Pentax K1000 50mm lens and Fuji NeoPan – later Fuji color film.

    Film is too expensive for me now, but I still have a Pentax (a newer light weight body model). I mostly use my iPhone camera now. I’ve got a digital point and shoot that has yet to become personal to me, but it is decent. I just love manual control with cameras.

    Are you shooing digital or film? I am going to eventually transition to a DSLR and likely a Pentax – I just love those cameras. But, I will look into any Fuji DSLR’s too since I love their film so much.

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    • Hi…and thanks for stopping by and commenting. I’m really delighted you enjoyed my work! For shooting I use a digital camera…I find it very comfortable… 🙂

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      • Your welcome. Thanks for sharing your work!

        What kind of digital camera do you use? It’s quite evident in the quality of your images how very comfortable you are with this camera.

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      • Thank you! I use a Canon 5D and a Sony 77II what has a rotatable display. That’s very comfortable for shoots from the ground up! :-))

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      • I’ve never looked into Sony cameras. I’ll have to check this one out.

        Ground shoots comfortable? Well, that’s a competitive feature for sure.

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  3. What a great shot! It makes me want to write a story about these two, maybe one of tender love and hard work raising a family. Or two strangers striking up a conversation and falling in love, in spite of – or because of – their cultural differences. Perhaps they are both spies and plotting their next moves! Nevertheless, if creating emotion and stories is what photography is about, this is a great example of both. Thanks for sharing this.

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    • Hi Matthew…and thank you so much for your thoughtful comment! I’m really delighted you enjoyed the picture! 🙂

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