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    Posted: 12 May 2019 at 21:57
Perhaps this does not "flow" as a set due to different processes used... but, they are all at least the same subject! haha

A99ii + ZA135/1.8

Ah.. the varied and fleeting expressions of a child.


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7b (brightened - thanks Michel!)



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Thanks for looking!!


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Mike




Edited by WestCoastCannuck - 13 May 2019 at 08:46
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Fantastic processing on all of them Mike and Zach is always a great model (so he should be too having grown up with a camera pointed at him since day one ).

The skin tones in the colour shots are perfect and I have always thought you do an exceptional job with your black and white conversion and this set further confirms that.

For me the standout is #9 due to the expression on Zach's face but #'s 1, 5 and 8 are not far behind. Top work mate.
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The b&w's work best for me in this case. So that is #2,4 and 7 for me. In #7 i'd prefer a slighty longer exposure so we get the look of #2. TFS Mike .
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Originally posted by stevo71 stevo71 wrote:

Fantastic processing on all of them Mike and Zach is always a great model (so he should be too having grown up with a camera pointed at him since day one ).

The skin tones in the colour shots are perfect and I have always thought you do an exceptional job with your black and white conversion and this set further confirms that.

For me the standout is #9 due to the expression on Zach's face but #'s 1, 5 and 8 are not far behind. Top work mate.


Thanks much Steve for your kind comment - and for your "picks".   



Originally posted by MichelvA MichelvA wrote:

The b&w's work best for me in this case. So that is #2,4 and 7 for me. In #7 i'd prefer a slighty longer exposure so we get the look of #2. TFS Mike .


Thanks much Michel for your input!! I agree 7 is too dark. Brightened it up some and added it. Number 2 and 3 where in pretty harsh light - all the rest were in varying intensity of reflected light off the white concrete driveway (shaded from direct sunlight).
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Mike, lovely studies of which I also like the B&W treatment best.
For me the picks are 7 (brightened) and especially 8.
Thanks for sharing.
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Great series Mike. Indeed the BW works well, but from the color shots #6 us my favourite.
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Originally posted by Jozioau Jozioau wrote:

Mike, lovely studies of which I also like the B&W treatment best.
For me the picks are 7 (brightened) and especially 8.
Thanks for sharing.


Thanks much Joe! Really appreciate your "picks"!   



Originally posted by Fred_S Fred_S wrote:

Great series Mike. Indeed the BW works well, but from the color shots #6 us my favourite.
TFS


Thanks Fred! Much appreciated!
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