Around Front

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A few weeks ago I posted a shot called Around Back, a view of the backside of the J&J Wonton Noodle House on Fort Street.

It is one of my favourite places to eat, and thus when a family member was visiting from out of town, we had a family meal there.

The cooking area has a glass wall and of course a picture seemed necessary. The server said it was just fine, the guys were used to it.

So here are the two pictures I took with the Olympus XA2 of our meal being prepared.

This is another example where the colour shift from the expired Kodak Gold 200 could be easily corrected.

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Olympus XA2, ISO200, Kodak Gold 200 expired in 1990s

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4 thoughts on “Around Front

  1. Nice “action” shots portraying a real work environment very well. It shows that photo ops are everywhere. It takes, I notice in your work, an alert and roving eye and determination to use the camera just about everywhere and at all times. Even though I do not see all blog entries this probing and experimental approach (beside some very nice photography) still has your blog as a favorite.

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    • Hi Joseph. I am really enjoying having a camera in my pocket at all times (I don’t count the cell phone which I have had for about 6mo now – I don’t find it satisfying to use). And you are right about my losing the focus and inquisitiveness a bit from time to time. Sometimes I am so busy, or lose a bit of interest for a while, and I know it shows on these pages. But I am concerned that if I stop posting every day when in those moods, I might stop entirely. So, I put up what I have to hand in those times. Thanks so much for sticking around through those drier patches.

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