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A break from photographing roses
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Posted By: Murra54, 05-19-2016, 11:26 PM

Len is a man with a great sense of the absurd, likes to laugh. He is musician. Just thought these would make a change from photographing roses and birds.
From an ongoing series ( We go back) of natural light portraits I am taking of people I have known for a long time.

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I must say, very nicely done. Wonderful photography. Thanks so much.

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Thank You, Antonio. I enjoy doing these sessions. I give myself 5 minutes to set up and then 30 minutes - max - to take the photographs, what I get is it. Really good fun and also a good way to get you thinking about how you make an image.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Murra54 Quote
A break from photographing roses

Very good photographs Murra54. The lighting is A1. Well taken.

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I certainly like the subdued lighting in these shots as it adds a little drama.
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Very good photographs Murra54. The lighting is A1. Well taken.
Thank you, I find that doing the photographs this way makes you think on your feet. The K1 is absolutely brilliant, I love the viewfinder display.

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QuoteOriginally posted by eaglem Quote
I certainly like the subdued lighting in these shots as it adds a little drama.
Thanks Eagle M, I feel that strong sidelighting gives an image lift and substance.
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