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rninnim's Gallery Comments
NIce picture, this could well be the House built for Ray Brandes in Issaquah washington, as as far as i know its the only one he built in washington. Its from 1952 and is in a unusual sytle for some, he used the window and light entry points with patterns a couple of times before this one.
Lovely angle and nice idea, i do love seeing this lens in action, seems everyone on here has one except me lol.
Davross i just getting used to them, but i have a couple of nd filters and a circ polarizer as well as a couple of sunsets from the cokin range that fit in a holder on the front of the lens, plus a few other like diffusers and colour filters for B/W which wont work with digital. But i an open to experiment so will try allsorts, maybe need to adjust my exp though.
I Have spent more time fiddling with the camera in PGR4 than driving the cars, well nearly anyway. Its a great addition to a game to be able to take pictures with a virtual camera, there is no limit to height and angle, plus you get all the normal apeture f-stop and a load of filters to play with all within the game itself. Nice image and well thought of, dont know how you got it from 360 to here though, but then only had mine a couple of weeks.
I think you have the right idea now, but i think the back light is not subtle enough, it takes the eye awayfrom the subject still. Generally people in uniform are shot in their place of work using it as a backdrop, or with the uniform as the main interest against a plain backdrop without any other objects to distract from it. Use of backlighting can be subtle i have included a link to the cokin webpage and the champagne filter which shows this.