To See In Monochrome
> January 19
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I agree with Jim: your monochrome are superb, Ann!...
Beautiful portrait... and I love the way the light draw shadows on the wall and create abstaction.
Nice shot! thanks for sharing your tips!
I'm bookmaking your procedure Ann. This is simply wonderful.
Absolutely gorgeous -- light, composition and your beautiful boy.
Very nice shot! Like the use of natural light.
The exposure in this pic is pretty good. I think you are getting the hand of this metering :) That said, I like the laughing pic more - I dunno.. it's more of a candid and great fun pic.
Lovely image, Ann! I've been trying to figure out lighting lately too and have been using my spot meter option a lot. I've also been using the regular meter and then taking 3 or 4 of the same pictures at different exposures...one will usually turn out. For me it's still a guessing game :) I wouldn't have any idea where to start with this image though because of all the differently lit areas.
That being said, this portrait came out really well. I wouldn't have guessed that it was fixed in PS. Your B&W photos are always beautiful and inspiring.
Very nice image, both composition and lighting!
Thanks again,Jim. The "serious" picture was taken about 2 secs after the "laughing" one. He was laughing bec I was desperate and bribing him to be my model for PaD again! Michael sitting?? He can't sit still for more than 2 secs...naughty or not! Funny...I like the unplanned pic (the laughing one) more!
I love the lighting on this ... I think your monochrome images are superb (take another bow).
I hope he is not in the corner because he was naughty!