Photo of the Day by robertofiuza

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Precise timing and proper composition are important elements in capturing streets scenes. robertofiuza sure made great use of these in this winning Photo of the Day!

Credits: robertofiuza

Choose a film fast enough and a camera that’s up for the challenge of street photography and you might just end up taking home an ace street snap like this. Community member robertofiuza shot this incredible street photo using a Leica M3 loaded with Fuji Neopan SS film at the right time, under the right lighting conditions, and with the right composition. You can see more photos from robertofiuza in this album.

Congratulations to robertofiuza for winning Photo of the Day!

written by cheeo on 2014-05-02 in #news

One Comment

  1. akula
    akula ·

    Congratulations @robertofiuza POTD

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