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Cool poser

By shush
Classical example of photographing the photographer or one might say photo of a photo.

I was actually taking few shot of the background (Elspeth Pratt, Vancouver Artgallery just outside Shangri-La Vancouver) when these guys just placed themselves in my image. All I had to is adjust my frame to fit them in.

Thank you for looking and please feel free to leave your thoughts…..

50mm, f/5.6, 1/320s, ISO 800

Sushil

Tags: Photo journalism General Poser Vancouver Landscape and travel Portraits and people Elspeth Pratt

Voters: JPatrickM, mrswoolybill, banehawi and 2 more


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JPatrickM 9 2 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2011 12:23AM
Well spotted. One might call it a decisive moment.
Patrick

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mrswoolybill Plus
9 949 1479 United Kingdom
15 Aug 2011 9:13AM
Classic, as you say. And V1 is very neatly composed, with the balance of the two figures leaning against each other and the diagonal lines in the background.
V2 has the opposing diagonals too. But it's quirkier with the photographer included as well.
Moira
Kim Walton 12 145 30 United Kingdom
16 Aug 2011 9:23AM
No 2 for me,the first is a bit of a snapshot.
The second is a lot more creative and works a lot better for it.

ISO 800 ? Although todays digitals don`t show much noise its always best to keep the ISO as low as possible unless trying to be creative.
f5.6 @ 1/320th sec ???


How about Iso 200 f11 @1/125th ???
Your not trying to throw out the background so f11 being mid ground and 1/125th would be enough to freeze the shot

Saying that you`ve exposed well theres no noise and no movment, just passing on what i `ve bee taught.
Nice portpholio a collection of nice uncomplicated well taken images.

Hope this helps
Kim
shush 6 7 Canada
17 Aug 2011 2:03AM

Quote:No 2 for me,the first is a bit of a snapshot.
The second is a lot more creative and works a lot better for it.

ISO 800 ? Although todays digitals don`t show much noise its always best to keep the ISO as low as possible unless trying to be creative.
f5.6 @ 1/320th sec ???


How about Iso 200 f11 @1/125th ???
Your not trying to throw out the background so f11 being mid ground and 1/125th would be enough to freeze the shot

Saying that you`ve exposed well theres no noise and no movment, just passing on what i `ve bee taught.
Nice portpholio a collection of nice uncomplicated well taken images.

Hope this helps
Kim


Thanks for looking and taking the time to comment, much appreciated.

I totally agree with you, I should have used a lower ISO……perhaps ISO 400 as 200 equates to 2 stops down on shutter speed which would have been mighty close to slight bur. In reality, I actually forget to change the ISO from my previous shot of Shangri-la Tiger.

I have marked your comment as constructive as your comments are valid and useful.

Btw, I just checked your PF and I really like it…….you also have a nice variety of shots.

Sushil

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