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By dalowsons  
Using my Dad's old (and lovely) Minolta, trying to get some interesting results with shallow DOF. My lovely sister was kind enough to model for me ! Smile

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: jan's, User_Removed, suleesia and 4 more


dalowsons 16 89 Australia
29 Nov 2004 1:33AM
Oh dear, the face looks a bit out of focus at this size ... it looked better before Sad

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jan's 16
29 Nov 2004 1:38AM
Lovely portrait.
dalowsons 16 89 Australia
29 Nov 2004 1:44AM
Thanks Jan Smile
User_Removed 15 386 2 United Kingdom
29 Nov 2004 1:46AM
An excellent happy shot.
Nice one.
suleesia 15 176 Malaysia
29 Nov 2004 4:54AM
Heheh, very good effort.
Nice shot.
yoguko 15 302 United Kingdom
30 Nov 2004 2:38PM
Very good tones. Sometimes, people don't want to see high saturated images! It's great and the shallow DoF makes you concentrate on that lovely smiley face!

dalowsons 16 89 Australia
30 Nov 2004 5:10PM
Thanks Andre - yes, the colours weren't too strong as I was using cheap (aka rubbish !) film - need to invest in some decent film if I'm going to start using film again !
lobsterboy Plus
16 14.9k 13 United Kingdom
1 Dec 2004 1:15AM
Good Model. clik
BigC 15 29 United Kingdom
11 Dec 2004 9:45AM
I really like this picture. I'd have like to have seen one taken from a lower angle and maybe just to the side to see the shallow DoF working from head to foot as it does so nicely in this shot.
Mavis 17 143 2 England
30 Jan 2005 12:23AM
You should take more portraits of your sister she is really beautiful . I felt it looked great with her legs cropped . Smile?

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