Thanks Chris. Unfortunately this shot is an example of the "indecisive moment. By the time I got set up the shot I wanted was gone.#2 -> nice frame in a frame in a frame.
Mike, thanks. It's the only shot on the roll that I want to print!#1 emotes.
Frits, you're too kind!Joined the Bessa / Nokton club, good on you! Geezz these are nice Ray!
John, I'm going to try this again sometime. Your input is much appreciated.Both great - I like #2 for it's framing though.
Haley was smiling so I waited until she relaxed her face and then I got the shot I wanted. Recently a friend of her dad's who is a pro photographer used Haley for a model shoot and well ... Haley is now convinced she is a pro model! Thanks for the compliments and I am loving the Bessa so far.Those pics have that lovely mood. I love them, Ray! Great shooting, scanning, processing!
Actually a case of my daughter checking out my overly rambunctious grandson having adventures on the stairs! She and the guy she is talking to have known each other since they were babies - most people in my neighborhood have lived here for decades - very low turnover rate.Jeez Ray......... you could cut the tension in #2 with a knife..........!!!!!!