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Listening

By rogerdoger  
This shot was taken last week on a visit to the Black Country Museum. It is a fantastic place for photographers and well worth a visit. I only had a couple of hours to spend there but was pleased with this shot, especially because it was my first venture into HDR photography.It was taken using a Canon 1D Mark II and a Canon 17-40mm lens, on a Benbo tripod. The woman had to keep very still because of the long exposures but she did amazingly well. HDR software was Photomatix 4, and converted using Silver FX .

Tags: Black and white Digitally manipulated Portraits and people

Voters: ringyneck, NaturesHaven, senn and 20 more


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senn Plus
5 5 1 Belgium
27 Nov 2012 11:34AM
like the way it's exposed and the POV, .. superb compo on the other hand; .. shame one can't contemplate it large

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27 Nov 2012 11:44AM
Excellent work
nonur Plus
8 17 12 Turkey
27 Nov 2012 1:03PM
Great contextual portrait work in mono!
Gerryrys 5 1 United Kingdom
27 Nov 2012 1:16PM
Lovely tones, detail and processing.

Gerry
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
27 Nov 2012 2:06PM
Excellent ! This should become a painting !! Great light Smile
Briwooly 11 452 5 England
27 Nov 2012 2:22PM
Very nice piece of work looks great

Brian........................
Richsr 9 91 223 England
27 Nov 2012 4:07PM
Good work with all aspects of this
regards Richard
rogerdoger 5 13
1 Dec 2012 6:48PM
Thanks to all for the very kind comments. I was quite pleased with the shot but it is nice to see other people like it as well.
Regards Roger Hance
Tonyd3 12 1.0k 15 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2012 8:13PM
Very nice Roger shame we could not have gone together as it would have been my turn to look after you.
Hope you and Alison are both well.

Regards
Tony

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