MLK 001...1968

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© Michael Billert
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Q: I am really into my wildlife photography but cannot afford a super zoom lens, I have a 300mm and am considering a teleconvertor. Has anybody had a experience with these and would you recommend them?

A: Do you know?

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In my series "Street Shoting" this is my most important image. Shot with a Kodak Retina Reflex, Tri-X film, 400 asa. We were at the funeral of Dr. King, on the grounds of Moorehouse College. Julian Bond was speaking. I had time to travel the crowd. That was forty five years ago. I would like to find these kids all grown up and see how they faired...mjb

In the Fifty Years with the Camera photo essay.

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  • Sherry Davis Johnson

    Sherry Davis Johnson said (22 Jan 2008):

    Excellent. Where was this?

  • Sanjin Lopatic

    Sanjin Lopatic (Deleted) said (17 Feb 2008):

    Great shot, strong feeling.

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  • Natalie S

    Natalie S gave props (23 Mar 2008):

    Beautiful - has a nostalgic or historical feel to it

  • Jay El

    Jay El said (15 Apr 2008):

    What a moment you saw & captured with the lens, Michael. Love how you rendered the photo. One of those few pictures it takes us a lifetime to discover. And they're always all there, in the street, we just don't see them everyday...

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