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11-JAN-2006

Olympus E-1
1/15s f/3.2 at 32.0mm iso400 hide exif
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Date/Time11-Jan-2006 22:46:59
MakeOlympus
ModelE-1
Flash UsedNo
Focal Length32 mm
Exposure Time1/15 sec
Aperturef/3.2
ISO Equivalent400
Exposure Bias-1
White Balance
Metering Modematrix (5)
JPEG Quality (6)
Exposure Programprogram (2)
Focus Distance

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scott clarke01-Jun-2006 02:49
Lovely image, great book. Regards Niall.
Guest 14-Jan-2006 00:48
Cette photo est très émouvante. Très bien faite.
Et j'aime beaucoup son titre.
I agree with Jude about the foot.
Craig Persel13-Jan-2006 00:08
Superb. Great concept . . . and . . . execution.
Guest 12-Jan-2006 19:06
Two owly masks.One world twilight dripping through their different nights,touching unsynchronised hidden lives.Seperating the contemplative spirits by a page of time.A veil between one sided confessed murmurs.Lost to empty ignorant space.Where one's surmise may pretend to know of another.
~V!~
Guest 12-Jan-2006 17:29
Echo Chris' words
Bob Floyd12-Jan-2006 14:41
Yeah.
Stu12-Jan-2006 13:50
Superb shot, Niall.
Ana Carloto O'Shea12-Jan-2006 12:31
Damn! You are good!
Damn! You are really good!
Damn!
Roe..12-Jan-2006 11:38
perfect title..both images are great..v
jude12-Jan-2006 10:42
This is the thing that makes your photos heads above. The foot where it is.. in the light that it's in. THAT is what makes this image so perfect. I doubt many would think to compose this way. Oh, there would be the hand on the book - even the lighting might be similiar. But the inclusion of the foot gives more - gives a story - adds emotion. A big V because you are still my favorite photographer and, on a daily basis, prove me to have exquisite taste. I don't see that changing.. ever.
Adalberto Tiburzi12-Jan-2006 08:57
One of your best.
Chris12-Jan-2006 08:50
The foot. That catches the eye. The way it suggests a recline. Perhaps upon a bed. Perhaps like the people in the photo. Then I notice the couple in the book are backlit from one side and, judging by the shadows your fingers cast...so are you.

Frickin' Jedi.