> Which Side are You On?
Which Side are You On?
,Mamiya Sekor 150mm Soft Focus, f4.0,
Kodak TMAX 400
1/15s f/4.0 iso400
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Nostalgic retro feel, great compo and tones! Voted
Remember places such as this , very nice in composition, like those two fountains , I am ready to order and egg cream soda and play some music 6 plays for a quarter .
Let's arm wrestle it! V
Stepping back into the 50's...still the greatest look!!
What a cool image! Well done Karen! BV
This is such a marvelous place. Your study of it creates a sense of nostalgia that it is incredible to me. All of your work in this series is very special ~V~
I haven't sat at a counter like that since I was in my teens. I"m just loving this series Karen.
This is a fabulous old time diner and you've got the perfect combination for capturing it. V
My fav, Karen. V V ...z
What a great old place. Wonderful work! V
I like it,nice compo and work!!!
Great shot of the diner, all it needs is a juke box! V
Fantastic image, love the interaction between the people in the scene. v
Excellent work with the soft focus lens, Karen. *V*
Artistic and graphic storytelling composition. v
I'd get closer to the Phone; an image that reflects well with Desolation Row. V
An all time classic situation..all works perfectly! Excellent place and shot! V.
Walter O. Koenig
Very effective composition. There is something timeless about this. "V"
I would be on the side nearest the jukebox : )
Agree, a timeless image with excellent choices
of verticals, space, -- and omelets.
strong POV on this evocative scene...not too fancy here, yet appears a friendly place..V
Well balanced composition and nice rhythmic pattern of the stools.V
Lots of great visual repetition here with the circles and even the coffee urns somewhat repeating the two people at the counter. V.
Spectacular study. I can't tell if this was taken in 1962 or 2012. Excellent perspection and tones. BV