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    Public Address http://publicaddress.net/capture/city-scenes/ were kind enough to run a series of my pics recently, but there's always more weird and wonderful sights in Queen St, Auckland to keep me busy! Love that place
    (Coming Soon was actually taken in Newmarket)

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    Love your work Doug!
    Lighten up!
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    Awesome set, Doug. You've captured some great scenes and characters!
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    nice set. captured some really unique moments there!

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    Wow, great set. The shot of the police with the smiling boy poster is cool as is the man with wings. So well caught
    Coming soon shot is awesome
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    I really enjoyed those. Thanks.

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    Thanks, appreciated!
    Quote Originally Posted by sooshee View Post
    Love your work Doug!

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    Thanks, there's a lot of "interesting" characters in the CBD ;-)
    Quote Originally Posted by mesodan View Post
    Awesome set, Doug. You've captured some great scenes and characters!

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    Cheers, thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by bigROBOTbill View Post
    Great shots, great moments!

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    Thanks, I couldn't get over that cops arms! I hope he joins the All Blacks!
    Quote Originally Posted by Photocol View Post
    Wow, great set. The shot of the police with the smiling boy poster is cool as is the man with wings. So well caught
    Coming soon shot is awesome

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    very very good, what are you shooting with?


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    thanks Paul. I'm not really a gearhead so I just use a cheap Nikon DX DSLR. I had a Fuji X10 for a short while but sent it back (didn't focus quick enough) And I usually carry an old 70s Olympus XA film camera as a backup but have used it much lately.
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul. View Post
    very very good, what are you shooting with?

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    Love the Coming Soon shot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DougNZ View Post
    thanks Paul. I'm not really a gearhead so I just use a cheap Nikon DX DSLR. I had a Fuji X10 for a short while but sent it back (didn't focus quick enough) And I usually carry an old 70s Olympus XA film camera as a backup but have used it much lately.
    I was just wondering if you were using a dSLR or a more covert rangefinder. Do you have a website? I need to look at more of your photographs, (well done, not many people make me want to do that!)


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    In the CBD people are used to tourists with cameras so a DSLR is fine. You can see me here http://dougrichards.darkfolio.com/ and I'm also on Deviantart a lot and am a mod on a couple of street photography groups there http://dougnz.deviantart.com/ Thanks Paul!
    Quote Originally Posted by Paul. View Post
    I was just wondering if you were using a dSLR or a more covert rangefinder. Do you have a website? I need to look at more of your photographs, (well done, not many people make me want to do that!)

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    Thanks for sharing! Really, really enjoyed the images!
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    Thanks!
    Quote Originally Posted by smix View Post
    Thanks for sharing! Really, really enjoyed the images!

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    Good shots! Browsed through your site and enjoyed more of your work there.

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    Cool, thanks Benny
    Quote Originally Posted by benny View Post
    Good shots! Browsed through your site and enjoyed more of your work there.

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    Great set some fantastic captures, what I love about street photography and what I never seen to spot!
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    thanks, it's a bit like athletics - the more you do it the better you get at it ;-)
    Quote Originally Posted by rjd View Post
    Great set some fantastic captures, what I love about street photography and what I never seen to spot!

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