Show Your Shop Window Dummies! (aka mannequins)

pictor

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A recurring theme in my photography are shop window dummies. I want to start this thread with two pictures I have shot tonight. Please feel free to participate and post your favorite pictures of dummies!


Olympus E-PL1, 31mm @ f/5.0, 1/10, ISO 1600


Olympus E-PL1, 45mm @ f/5.4, 1/20, ISO 800
 

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Here's one I took back in 1986. Leica M6 and 50 Summilux.


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These don't compare - particularly that first shot from Pictor - great photo! But its what I've got.

-Ray

Two shop windows, one with an actual person intruding, the other with way too much reflection but provocative dummies. The third is headless/armless/legless sidewalk apron torso dummies with asses exposed - my favorite sub-genre! :cool:

-Ray

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kevinparis

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a couple from me - not necessarily 4/3 or micro 4/3 or from shop window... museum have strange things too

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plus of course there is my new assistant Harry the Head

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cheers

K
 

pictor

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A picture which I shot in March, when I had no µ4/3 yet:


Canon PowerShot S90, 22.5mm @ f/4.9, 1/8, ISO 800
 

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Hi -

Interestingly enough, this has been a long-term interest of mine, but most of the images I have of shop windows haven't been digitized.

But consider this:

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This is straight from the EP-1 with the kit lens and no modifications whatsoever from the original. Olympus EP-1, 14-42mm lens, 24mm, 1/15th/[email protected]

This, on the other hand: cropped slightly, run through DxO, cross-processed as Fuji Superia 200 in DxO with warm-tone film pack...

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What a difference some processing makes... :)

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And another one. Probably my most "Life like" window girl. I still have no answer to how that heart shaped highlight appeared on her glasses.
It must have been another reflection from a nearby window. When I took the shot, I wanted the reflected building to be a important part of the overall look of the picture.
I discovered it after loading it to my pc. Maybe a "sign" of her love for me, thanking me for immortalising her beauty.:wink:

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My ONE and only such pic. Taken from the car when we were driving down Putney High Street, London. I could resist those beautiful colors so I click, click with my L10/PL 14-150.


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A recurring theme in my photography are shop window dummies. I want to start this thread with two pictures I have shot tonight. Please feel free to participate and post your favorite pictures of dummies!


Olympus E-PL1, 31mm @ f/5.0, 1/10, ISO 1600


Olympus E-PL1, 45mm @ f/5.4, 1/20, ISO 800
Beautiful Images
 

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I took this yesterday, having been dragged to the mall against my will.

GF1 and 20/1.7

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This one was sitting outside for a coffee break :) GH1 + 14-140.

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http://boyzo.smugmug.com/Fashion/Melbourne-City/Shop5/971084883_cCcbM-XL.jpg

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I took this yesterday, having been dragged to the mall against my will.

GF1 and 20/1.7

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Hey Ron these are darn good ..............:biggrin:
 
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