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Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by W.Ray, Apr 23, 2007.
Posing for the camera #1
Posing for the camera #2
#1 is wonderfully complex in it's composition and elements. #2 isolates the two women in a unique and pleasing way. Good stuff Ray!
Beautiful tones in #2… I like! (said in Borat voice)
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?
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:
And one more. This time not posing, maybe. :smile:
Cool set, Ray! The tones are superb!
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.)
Chris, sorry to disappoint but it was Kodak B&W 400 CN! Shot with an N80 and 85mm f1.8 lens. Other data not available.
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!
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:
#2 is a fine photeograph
No disappointment here! These're ... niice!
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