To See In Monochrome
Scanned w/ the Epson Perfection 4490
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whats film, Ann? lol.... truthfully, excellent image... shape and form so suited to b&w
now you can call yourself a true photographer. kidding. :P
i would be totally lost as well (i have only used a dslr). :?
this is awesome..so sharp
came out pretty sharp didn't it? it's comparable to the D70 i'd say. go easy on the sharpening though, i think i see some sharpening artifacts along the bar and moire in the fence to the rear.
you don't always have to focus using the rangefinder patch. for street shooting, you can learn to range-focus (aka guesstimate) or shoot hyperfocal.
so how'd you like your film experience? :) do you enjoy the process? i think without all the excess features, buttons, LCD, etc... things are more fun. photography becomes pure photography, and less about work or grabbing shots just because you can. and if anything, it gives you something new to play with. :)
Ann, more please. This is truly outstanding. The clarity blows my mind.
You did the Leica justice Ann - lovely composition in B&w.
Love the inky blacks. Nice light, too.
Framing and timing are so perfect, esp. boy's face!!!!!!
You gotta love film. Excellent work and composition.
Oh, this is really good, Ann. I totally agree with Jeremy. Beautiful contrasts and tones.
Chakra of energy and life!
Gorgeous shot. The tones are incredible.
Kelly Clark Moncure
beautiful Ann, love all the shapes and movement. And WOW a Leica, that's a camera I've always dreamed of getting since my undergrad days.
I'm impressed, Ann! I also follow Vinh's progress with his film. It forces you to learn because there's no redo :) Great job!
Jose Paulo Andrade
Good composition! And very good moment captured!!
lovely film shot! love the black and white.
the circular play area complements the mother who is playing with the little one and her arm movements helps capture the shot..
love the shadows and formed on the ground too!