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Heart & Soul

By NevP  
Another of Dave Gunning on stage - currently on tour with George Canyon. Please see previous uploads for info.

Check him out at www.davegunning.com

Thanks for your earlier comment Andre - I saw something in the edit I was not happy with.

Thanks for stopping by, make it a great day. Smile

Tags: Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: DebbieBMP, johnnyscirocco, funkeldink and 22 more


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Comments


DebbieBMP 7 33 1 United Kingdom
8 Dec 2008 4:12AM
This is brilliant

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funkeldink Plus
12 1.6k 1 Australia
8 Dec 2008 5:33AM
niiiiiiiice
sillygirl 7 9 Sweden
8 Dec 2008 7:58AM
Fantastic portrait (dont know it thats the right word for this type of shots), i liked your other uploads from this consert too.
Marie
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
8 Dec 2008 8:33AM
Intense capture, up close and personal. Will have a look at the previous
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
8 Dec 2008 12:23PM
excellet..looks great in mono
TyChee Plus
11 273 1 United States
8 Dec 2008 5:13PM
Great B&W shot!
Ty
NevP Plus
10 853 13 Canada
8 Dec 2008 6:16PM
Thank you kind Peeps!
User_Removed 10 7 8 Netherlands
8 Dec 2008 7:39PM
Good work Nev. There seem to be some issues in the heavy dark shadows on his face that I experience with such shadows. Annoying and I never know how to get rid of them... I'd accept a D700 if someone would offer mee one btw, nice camera.
NevP Plus
10 853 13 Canada
8 Dec 2008 8:57PM
Bert - I don't think there are problems on my monitor, however if your monitor is slightly light you may see evidence of some burning in that I did on his cheek. The D700 was rented for this and it was OK. I needed low light capability that is better than my current camera at high iso's (D2Xs). Certainly it is better in this respect, but I won't be rushing to buy one as some areas weren't to my liking - handling/feel/balance/battery life.
9 Dec 2008 3:26AM
Hi Neville. I don't know what happened to my comment that I wrote on this yesterday. Maybe I never submitted it. However, in a nutshell I mentioned that I have tried this type of work before, and failed dismally. You have managed to contain the tones without high end loss so well under difficult light conditions.
challicew 8 1 1 South Africa
10 Dec 2008 1:46PM
This is excellent!
theorderingone 12 2.4k
22 Dec 2008 1:22AM

Quote:Bert - I don't think there are problems on my monitor, however if your monitor is slightly light you may see evidence of some burning in that I did on his cheek. The D700 was rented for this and it was OK. I needed low light capability that is better than my current camera at high iso's (D2Xs). Certainly it is better in this respect, but I won't be rushing to buy one as some areas weren't to my liking - handling/feel/balance/battery life.


I'm treating myself to one of these for Christmas Smile (My D200 expired last week :-( ) I will have the MB-D10 grip though, so I imagine that will help with the feel/balance issues you have with the camera. I imagine being used to a D2X, a D3 would be more to your liking? More pennies though.

Your image looks great on my monitor. I love good mono work from gigs, unfortunately my agency won't accept mono though, otherwise I'd probably dabble with it more. Smile

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