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Reflected Man

By StephenBrighton      
This was taken very early yesterday morning as I walked away from Waterloo station towards the Thames in London. My only camera to hand was my tiny compact which produced this lovely grainy image.

Hope this is not too off the wall for the usual tastes of EPZ land.


p.s. if you caefully in the large version you might see me too!

Camera: Fujifilm FinePix F47fd
Exposure: 0.037 sec (1/27)
Aperture: f/2.8
Focal Length: 8 mm
ISO Speed: 2000
Exposure Bias: 0 EV
Flash: Flash did not fire

Tags: Specialist and abstract Portraits and people Flash and lighting

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webjam 13 292 11 Netherlands
16 Jan 2009 10:16AM
Like the effect! Would be tempted though to crop a bit from the top, since the picture is all about the man and the reflection in that great rectangle of light.


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16 Jan 2009 10:24AM
Thanks Jacqueline

I've reworked the shot to incorporate your suggestion and loaded a variation
EllieEdge 9 15 42 Norway
16 Jan 2009 10:55AM
Love this A LOT.,
mrswoolybill Plus
11 1.2k 1794 United Kingdom
16 Jan 2009 11:35AM
I agree with Jacqueline about the top, but V2 is too tight a crop for me - apart from anything else you lose part of your own reflection! I think I'd go for a square crop, cutting off the top third - the windows don't really add anything but this needs the broader street detail for contrast and context. So I'm off to try a Mod... Smile
mikbee 10 3 8 Scotland
16 Jan 2009 12:11PM
I like these dark,grainy type images Stephen.I used to do a lot of them in my ''darkroom days''.Good bit of atmosphere here.
Nice ones.

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