"Brooke and Zeus"
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|Another shot from the film camera. Brooke got a new puppy. This thing is so tiny I was afraid I would step on him. There is something I like about the lighting here. it reminds me of old movie clips, or old movie star film shots.|
I still know very little about this camera, my Mamyia 645 super. I've been shooting Fuji Pro 400ISO film, If anyone has any tips PLEASE let me know!
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- [2010-04-28 5:55]
Sorry no tips to offer but you have the lighting on this shot spot on, the DoF is a little too shallow for my taste in this shot with the pups paw being slightly out of focus and a little noisy but as you say it looks old. Great shot and a nice moment caught. Best wishes
this looks like a clip from a Shirley Temple movie. :)) The lighting and exposure are wonderful. Great tones and I LOVE the B&W. It has a dreamy quality to it I find very appealing. I love the close crop and how the two of their faces fill the frame. That's a sweet photo. Many thanks and warmest wishes,
- [2010-04-28 8:55]
Un gran retrato de la niņa y el perro , edicion muy bien adaptada con un virado en negro , encuadre fantastico y luz bien empleada , una extraordinaria composicion muy agradable
Linda, you've got a good thing going, don't try to fix it with a different film. This portrait is ever so great! Beautiful composion and the lighting is superior. Only one thing I would change, and that is to clone out the shadow on the top of Brooke's nose. Otherwise A+1 Excellente!!
JoeGoff, Louisville, KY
There's a real sense of the timeless classic in this shot Linda - and as you say, it has a feeling of those old 20s and 30s movies. It's a mix of the contrasty light and the softness of focus.
I must point out that while the dog's eyes are sharp, the girl's aren't quite as in focus. Not a major, but something to note. :)