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Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by W.Ray, Jul 22, 2007.
That's excellent, with the third reaching a climax and it'S the best of them all with all the out of focus balloons. Extremely nice!
What camera, what lens?
Ned, my friend, long time no see! Thanks, I used the N80 and 85mm f1.8 lens. First shot at f5.6 and as he spun around in the other direction I adjusted the lens to f4 as I wanted the bubbles out of focus! I shot a whole roll of film to get this 3 shot sequence.
ps - I hope folks aren't getting bored with kid pics but the little dude fascinates me!
wow! very nice triplet
perfect activity for these shots..rendering exceptional bubbly bokeh:biggrin:i'd be all over saying how great the tonals are and how great the out of focus regions are...but the subject lets me get by all that stuff and just enjoy a good set of photographs!
:wink:i think it is a 75mm focal length....obviously, i'm mistaken on the FL
SLR huh? That's why I was asking. Those kind of images require expert handling if done with a rangefinder. Even masters would have a hard time achieving such images with a rangefinder + 90mm lens, IMO. That's a compliment, by the way! The third image is so well done!
Hey, Rodney, thanks and glad you enjoyed the shots of the weedy wonder at work. As for myself, it's kinda a real privilege getting to partake of his world once in a while. :biggrin:
Lol! How well I know! It's a real bear trying to track a fast moving subject with a rangefinder and 90mm lens especially at wider apertures. Believe me I tried last week with not so successful results. Hey, it's not that easy with an slr. I was constantly changing the focus point keeping up with him! :smile:
I like them as a series and individually too.
Beezle, thanks. I think I like the total series best, though.
They would make a good tryptich in print form Ray. Perhaps with one of the horizontals being printed left/right reversed.
Good suggestion, Chris. I'm still playing around with how to print these!
Thanks a lot Mike. Good to see you hanging around again. Hope you've been busy making money! :biggrin:
Considering the close living arrangement in Mike's avatar, I , uh, ... don't think it's (ahem) 'money' he's been making. :redface:
alright already (my best Pidgen).....Not making much money but, well...I'll acquiess to Chris' statement.....
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