Saturday, 19 April 2008

Sur la terrasse, en dehors d'un restaurant indien, mercredi nuit chaude


Parfois, à un restaurant au centreville, on peut placer l'appareil-photo sur une table et alors, simplement appuyez sur le bouton. Naturellement je ne regarde pas la victime en même temps.
Sometimes, at an Indian restaurant in the city on a warm Wednesday night, just place the camera on a table and simply press the button. Naturally I do not look at the victim at the same time.

12 comments:

dive said...

Hokay, so next week, please try to sit opposite a pretty girl.

M.Benaut said...

Okay, Dive, You know that I know I promised you.
Just need to find the right victim; but I will.
My grandfather said that if a job's worth doing, it's worth doing properly.
Your wish is my command. Just give me a few seconds and I'll oblige.

Tanya said...

Looks like he's ready for another round!

Chuck Pefley said...

Clever technique. I've used it myself on subway trains from time to time -:)

Nathalie said...

Well the photo only shows two empty beer bottles on the table which is ridiculously little but then I suppose you pushed the rest out of sight in a large sweeping movement of your arm. You managed to find a gap to photograph a very handsome man. Thanks, for me it's a nice change from the usual pretty girls we see here.

And... thanks for reminding me that of course, things fall upwards downunder. How could I forget THAT???

lynn said...

You were so meant to get that new camera! What a great shot M. Benaut.

Jules said...

A warm Aussi night, a few beers and Indian food - aaaahh bliss!!!!!

If you stopped eating out M B half of Adelaide's restaurants would go to the wall!!!!

Sally said...

Sometimes the best way to get those people shots!
Sydney Daily Photo Turns 2 today! and I've done a lot of people pics!

claude said...

I like beer and Indian cooking.
I think I will get my new oakshelf before september. You can bring some drawings to show them to my private cabinetmaker. Next tuesday, if all is ok, I met 3 blogger friends in Paris. Time goes so fast that september is coming very fast too.

Jilly said...

Great one. I shall try this technique!

Bergson said...

Une photo réussie un beau cadre de bouteilles.

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