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Not used a camera since October, still can`t get my elbow level with my shoulder, could be a couple more months yet.

You might remember this one from August, I`d uploaded the wrong version and never get around to correcting it, always preferred the processing to this one.

Chill tune Smile

Camera:Olympus OM-D E-M5
Lens:OLYMPUS M.12-50mm F3.5-6.3
Recording media:JPEG (digital)
Username:Paul Morgan Paul Morgan
Uploaded:8 Feb 2013 - 7:35 AM
Tags:General, Portraits / people
Votes:Voting Disabled
Unique Views:103



I think it a nice image would have like a little more light on face to get detail.
Well done...



Yep, i remember this - a lovely thoughtful moment with potential for deep reflection and perhaps sadness.

Keep up the physio, i look forward to more of your challenging style of work in the future.



A long, hot, sultry summer. She looks lost in thought and seems almost totally unaware of the balloon. I love the moody darkness.


The darkness on the face doesn't bother me. I rather like it -- adds to the wonderful quirkiness of this image. This is a good one, Paul.

8 Feb 2013 - 8:43 PM

There's a warmth to it that reminds of warm innocent summer days. Viewed large the face appears brighter, and the fact that it is in shadow doesn't bother - enough detail to make it intriguing.

This would be a good time to send in that EM-5 if you are not photographing - or turn off that eye piece and use the LCD panel at waist level.......but who am I to talk, I haven't sent mine in yet either.


Paul Morgan


The lighting conditions would have been just perfect for some strobist off camera flash stuff.

Its just that the timing was bad, we were scattering my mother`s ashes.

Waist level is good, even better using the touch screen, I can just about manage that Smile

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