Thanks Chris. These pictures (and the Winogrand video) reminded me that when I go to an "event" to take pictures of the people reacting to the action at the event rather that the event itself - much more interesting, no?#1 is wonderfully complex in it's composition and elements. #2 isolates the two women in a unique and pleasing way. Good stuff Ray!
Thank you Chris. Now that I've got my scanner routine sorted out I'm getting the wide tonal range that's near and dear to my heart! :biggrin:Beautiful tones in #2… I like! (said in Borat voice)
Yikes! That one is great! Do you mind if I go gearish and ask you what lens/exposure/film/development you used? You have both shadow and sunlit skin, and nothing's blown (and maybe just a touch blocked, in her hair.)And one more. This time not posing, maybe. :smile:
Thanks Graeme! I think all of the shots could do with a bit of cropping, though. Yikes, I need to remember to take of my glasses before taking a pic. Perhaps that way I can frame better! :wink:Superb my friend!
I love the contrast with the black and white of their clothing in these photographs.............
Boy........... do you have an excellent eye!