Walking The Strip
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Las Vegas, NV.
My wife, Brenda, and I visited Las Vegas last month. It was her second time and my first in Sin City. I found walking The Strip to be a street photographer's dream come true. Everywhere I looked there seemed to be something worth photographing.
I'm a host of the Street Photography and Photojournalism group on RedBubble and we recently ran a challenge:
A Black and White capture of â€œThe decisive moment.â€
"That moment that captures the essence of an event in Black and White.
Capture that fleeting moment that tells the story, a moment that if not recorded will be gone forever.
An event that is gone as quickly as it arrived.
The winning photograph will capture the essence of the event in a single B/W photo.
Henri Cartier Bresson coined the term decisive moment, this journal gives us a basic understanding of it."
The challenge got me to looking through my photos for any that might fit and when JPG ran this photo challenge I thought this might make a good entry.
Canon EOS 350D camera with a Sigma AF 18-200mm DC OS Zoom lens
iPhoto Black & White
3 March 2010
Also by John Linton
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