[Pics] Talk to the hand

Discussion in '35mm Cameras' started by JimKramer, Apr 8, 2007.

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    JimKramer Guest

    In an effort to discuss photography:

    The Canon 100mm f 2.0 and the answer to the age old question of why
    people shoot in black & white - no color balance required. :)


    Comments? Suggestions?

    JimKramer, Apr 8, 2007
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    Alan Browne Guest

    Hand: very good.

    Face/hand shaddow: too stark

    All in all, excellent experimentation.

    Alan Browne, Apr 8, 2007
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    JimKramer Guest

    He went from the adorable complacent baby, to the oblivious and
    cooperative infant, to the "camera me!" toddler to the "talk to the
    hand!" little man in less than four years.

    I have to admit I find it hard to work consistently well in Black &
    White, but he's usually easy to photograph. I may be somewhat
    biased. :)

    JimKramer, Apr 8, 2007
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    That_Rich Guest

    Nice shots Jim.
    The portrait has the look of a 1930's glamour shot.

    I have the Canon 135 f2, great lens.

    That_Rich, Apr 8, 2007
  5. Aww, what a lovely child Jim. It's a good shot. I like it. What ISO
    did you shoot it at?
    Savor the moment Jim. They grow up so fast.
    helensilverburg, Apr 8, 2007
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    Paul Furman Guest

    Fascinating shot but it has kind of a horror movie feel to it. :)
    Paul Furman, Apr 8, 2007
  7. Yes....It looks like, "The Blob"....(1958 version.)
    William Graham, Apr 8, 2007
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    JimKramer Guest

    Why 3200, is there another "setting" for black & white? :)
    JimKramer, Apr 9, 2007
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    JimKramer Guest

    LED pen light and an overhead room light; I wanted to illuminate his
    face and let everything else go black, but that was not to be.
    JimKramer, Apr 9, 2007
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    Beach Bum, Apr 9, 2007
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