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    Posted: 11 January 2020 at 15:32
are just plain difficult to open.



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A7 and MD Rokkor 28/2.8, shot in a pub in London
I detest bugs, especially spiders.
 



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Great images, excellent exposure. For me the b&w works very well here. Suggestion for the follow up: a champagne bottle . TFS Brian .
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The 1 thru 5 series - delightful in many ways (and not looking directly at the camera adds a great deal IMO).
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Post Options Post Options   Quote brian33 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 14 January 2020 at 11:23
Michel, glad you like the b&w. Since I've shot so much black and white film over the past few years I'm naturally leaning toward processing my photos in a way to make them look like my film shots. I found a LR preset that I was able to tweak to my liking and this is it. Of course I had great light to work with here, gently lighting Louise's face as well as creating a swath of light from upper left to lower right.

Roger, glad you liked the series, I was happy also with the idea Louise was not looking into the camera. Photo number 6 is supposed to show that she now has her glass of water and isn't even thinking anymore about the tribulation moments prior, while Isabelle kind of smirks, resigned to what a ham her daughter is.
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Facial expressions at its peek, nicely captured.
Even though 3 looks like a winner here I like last one the most because ladies expressions are so different from each other yet they sit next to each other so close.
Louise has a bit deeper look almost romantic while Isabelle looks away almost too shy to look at camera or saying: "I have nothing to do with this goofy young lady".

Overall, great captures !
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