An Angel is all we need...
- muhammadtariq (17)
- [2009-12-13 6:17]
Well angels always come to the people who wait for them and those who keep the doors of their hearts open.This post is so lovely and fantastic over last few days i really enjoy your posts.these are full of knowledge and batty.the knowledge and beauty together make your post I must admit.despite the handicaps you faced there in shooting picture I must say its of the class.you can be proud of your photographic potentials.good luck .TFS
A nice holiday image. Harps fascinate me, especially during Christmas season, they are the musical instruments of the faithful. This reminds me I need to get going for Christmas...I am way behind schedule. As there is a wide spectrum of exposure, I hope you don't mind a WS. Cheers!
Hi Werner - I think you did a good job with a difficult subject. Good warm colors and good sharpness. At first I thought this was the interior of your house!
Have a good day,
- mushtaqhussain (13921)
- [2009-12-13 8:22]
A very well thoughtful and so deep name tag has been given to this splendid shot,with your capture you beautifully presented and supported your very impressive sentence "An Angel is all we need..."
the light on Christmas tree vis a vis the musical instrument is captured very well with the challenge of having focus on the low light areas of the room has been done perfectly,you covered very well the mirror and its reflection with the wall,ceiling,portraits hanging on walls,everything is superbly exposed despite contrast low vs intense light through the window,a very historical with Christmas oriented presentation.
My Best Wishes,
I thought this was your summer home, but yours probably has newer carpet. :)
Great note! I bet the lighting was a challenge. I like your POV here. 1/60 without a tripod, this is great! I can't do this lying on my back with the camera pressed against my face. Maybe you should have been a neurosurgeon.
Thanks for sharing this Werner; I enjoyed seeing it!
You posed a question and no one seems to have answered to date You say the lighting was one of the biggest challenges and yet you shot using 200ASA You tend to get grain when shooting at higher film speeds but I think you could have used a faster speed The other thing to help in low light situations is a monopod You can get a manfrotto for well less than $100 The other thing to help in small spaces is an extra wide lens I use a sigma 10-20mm
Nice effoft It certainly looks an interesting room You chose a good pov to avoid the direct light Nice work
- nicou (50772)
- [2009-12-14 3:38]
Avec le sapin de noël en fond, merveilleuxx détail, une gestion d'ombre et lumière qui donne un spectaculaire effet, cette harbe, avec le beau tapis, splendide.
Bravo et amitié
- John_F_Kennedy (9935)
- [2009-12-14 3:52]
Wonderful shot! I love the composition, the colours ...
- solrac (9012)
- [2009-12-18 10:53]
Buena imagen y magnifica demostracion de iluminacion con claro oscuros y contraluces