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 Breese 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 H.D. 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???

Unknown 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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