necessary in keeping with the harshness.
I love such ' easy work ' photographs.
People, I am grateful for your kind words.
D3, 58 Noct, 1.2
Both are superb, Steve!
Rayyan: thanks, and good to see you around
Love the Ayesha's portrait's portrait. The focus plane really serves the theme. Interesting too, the way you revisited the "woman in red" as a sequence. But that's a fantastic photo whatever you do with it
Steve: terrific b&w as always. There's style and drama in the first one (though i take it you guys had less rain than us the last few days), and a lot of love in the next. Great!
Two candid shots, about 45 minutes apart walking past the same location, from the car to a church shoot, and back . Camera format had been switched from 4*5 to 2*3 in the meantime...
Not really sure about the PP, but that's kinda like i recall the moment.
It's good to have external eyes (at least for me) when it comes to decide if relatively agressive PP becomes obstructive or serves the photography. I'll keep these, then. Family loved it, but i strongly suspect they're partial.
Rayyan, this shot is both elegant and creative.
Very good posts, Jonas, welcome to the forum.
I am alone baby sitting Mariam. The others have taken Hamza to show Big Ben and Eiffel.
So allow me to catch up on some experimentations that I had put off!!
When your patience runs out..give a holler! Please.
Rayyan...Sir I Am Digging This Stuff Big Time!!!
Rayyan, I LOVE experimentations!
ps: Where can you go and see Big Ben and the Eiffel Tower at the same time? Las Vegas, Disney World, 30,000 ft. over the channel?
Matt, I really appreciate your kind words and the encouragement that you folks bring to the table.