pentaxpete

He caught me Snapping !

on my exercise walk in Brentwood it was a bit 'sunny' at last so i took out one of my British 'Ensign Selfix 16/20 Model I' cameras. Although I was tucked away in the alley the Bloke still saw me snapping him! It's impossible to use cameras in Brentwood without being seen.

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He caught me Snapping !
pentaxpete, Jan 10, 2019
Location:
BRENTWOOD Essex England
Equipment Used:
1953 British 'Ensign Selfix Model I' with 75mm f4.5 'Ensar' lens
Exposure:
1/300 ( metered as if 1/200th)@ f5.6
Film & Developer:
09/2006 dated KONICA VX 400 Pro rated 250 ASA home-processed in C41
Paper & Developer:
Neg Scan
Lens Filter:
NONE
Digital Post Processing Details:
Epson 2480 flatbed scanner + Vuescan Pro + FastStone Image Viewer.
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    • jtk
      Why is "getting caught" a problem? What was your goal?
    • pentaxpete
      My town 'Brentwood' USED to be safe-- now so many people are violent - doing Street Photography I've been threatened with having " That F-----g Camera smashed in Your Face" and there are flowers outside a Restaurant right NOW where a bloke was stabbed-- so I try not to be seen.
    • jtk
      Yikes! I had no idea. Maybe stealthy photography feeds paranoia and anger?
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