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Discussion in 'People' started by cwilt, Dec 8, 2005.
One with 50/1.4 and one with the 85/1.4:smile:
Lovely child, lovely work. Compliments!
I'd like to see the shooting data for each shot.
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Thanks UF and Paul for the nice comments and for posting the exif. I believe the hardest of the two shots was the B&W. 50mm, f3 at very close range with soft lighting makes for razor thin focus which is tough to see in the viewfinder. Tonight I will post a 100% crop to show it. Maybe 5 eyelashes are in focus.:smile:
The second image looks just soooo perfect. Beautiful work there.
Both images are precious and will be keep sakes through the years. Excellent work.
Great minds think alike...
Cwilt... I took this pic of my son 5 1/2 years ago. I guess we think alike. My boys growing up so fast!! Enjoy every second ot it.
Paul...How did you get that info to that picture? I would love to learn how to do that if I needed on some of my pictures.
You can just pull the image to your desktop and open it in Photoshop. As long as the image has not been striped you can view it by going to file / file info. Paul's info looks like it came from the Nikon editor.
Or you could go to my gallery and get it there.:wink:
Very nice, first one is my favorite.
You got me on this one Paul. :wink:
I used to have full exif in the captions but people complained that it was distracting so I removed it.
Smugmug may not be the best, but at least it isn't down as often as others.:smile:
Kind regards, ( Paul = 1, Charles = 0 )
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