K-3 with sigma 10-20 at London student protest


m42geo

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 02:16
After staying in Hong Kong covering the umbrella revolution, I am finding protest photography very interesting and I went to cover the students protest in London yesterday. Would like to share a few pictures here.

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GEO_2294-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

#2

GEO_2302-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2317-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2388-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2409-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2446-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2455-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2479-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2510-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2518-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2524-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2543-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2562-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2580-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2651-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2720-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2759-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

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GEO_2792-1 by geovienso, on Flickr

Fletcher8

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 07:26
Some great images. Good to see photographers documenting issues affecting society.
Fletcher8.

davem

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 08:51
reminds me of when I was a lad and people cared enough to publicly voice their opinions.

Interesting set of photos. Are they used by the press or is just for your own consumption?

womble

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 09:24
Some excellent images there. I especially like 13. There is some software, the name of which I have forgotten, which helps 'fix' the stretching effect one gets at the edges of ultra wide lenses. It might help with one or two where the faces look a little odd near the edge of the frame.

Best wishes, Kris.
Kris Lockyear
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Lots of film bodies, a couple of digital ones, too many lenses (mainly older glass) and a Horseman LE 5x4.

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thingsthatihaveseen

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 11:10
These are great... a real sense of energy, of being right in the thick of it... am particularly interested by the detailed and specific thoughts of individuals on their own individual placards... really good... congrats...

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Bill

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1stEverPentax

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 12:08
My favourite placard.."Eat or be Eaten"....classic

Karlo

sandinista

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 22:41
These are all first rate shots, some of best photojournalism I've seen in a while.
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davidstorm

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 23:13
A really excellent set of images, the use of the ultra-wide lens has paid dividends here. I don't mind the stretching of the faces at the edges of the frame, this is not important for me with images like these.

Regards
David
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m42geo

Link Posted 21/11/2014 - 23:42
davem wrote:
reminds me of when I was a lad and people cared enough to publicly voice their opinions.

Interesting set of photos. Are they used by the press or is just for your own consumption?

I do try to sell my pictures with a few different photo agencies but so far not much luck, perhaps that is due to the fact that the photo journalism industry is all about how quickly you can edit the photos and upload them. And I do not bring my laptop with me when I am out shooting, and by the time I get home to edit my images I already see other photographer's pictures are already being used by many different medias.
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