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Geraint

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  • The Girl

    Very nice, and you're right about the depth and emotion. The red of the cowl goes well with the blue/green hues of the background. I think it's oversharpened, but that is probably down to the steps taken to display for web (there is a halo around the cowl on the left of frame and the details are just a little bit too jagged for my liking).
    • 14 Feb 2011 10:58PM
  • .

    Love the depth and the b&w conversion.
    • 29 Jan 2011 4:59PM
  • Rob

    Thanks John. This was with the f4 aperture ring in. F2.8 is almost impossible to wield, and going to f5.6 reduces the Lensbaby effect too much. F4 is still hard to control though - seeing the point of focus on the back of the camera is pretty much impossible, and I don't like shooting tethered. With this particular shot using f4, to get both eyes in focus I had to focus on the bridge of Rob's nose; this put both eyes sort-of sharp, but the shot looked imbalanced. I preferred this one as the focus on the far eye accentuated the pull of the lensbaby and pulled the viewer's eye over to that eye.
    Cheers,
    Geraint
    • 28 Jan 2011 9:17PM
  • Harry

    Thank you all, and thank you Pete for the HC!
    • 28 Jan 2011 7:42AM
  • Wedding Guest II

    Well spotted Koen - It was completely overexposed, so tried to bring the highlights down as much as I could without it being too obvious. It didn't escape your keen eye though!
    • 7 Oct 2010 7:16PM
  • U>

    Fantastic! The repertition of shape in the man's pose is wonderfully-worked. Congratulations Sean.
    Geraint
    • 6 Oct 2010 12:45PM
  • ...cake...

    Love those eyes! The red/purple hues work well too. Congratulations!
    • 5 Oct 2010 7:48PM
  • Hi there, just had a look at your website. You've got some brilliant images there; I especially liked your "My NY" series.