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    Canon Pro 1... ISO50, 1/320s, f/4... with a forest of prayer flags in the background.

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    Lovely protrait, Don. You really make small sensor camera sing here. You isolate the subject nicely with selective focus and the colors lovely.
    This shot would not be out of place in the Pages of National Geographic!

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    Re: Caretaker

    Marvelous shot, Don. I assume it was taken with DP-2.

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    Re: Caretaker

    Quote Originally Posted by Lili View Post
    Lovely protrait, Don. You really make small sensor camera sing here. You isolate the subject nicely with selective focus and the colors lovely.
    This shot would not be out of place in the Pages of National Geographic!
    Really too kind, Lili... thank you... very generous. It's hard not to take a good photo of many of these hill people; they have so much character (possibly hardship) in their faces. And I owe a lot of the subject isolation to the Pro 1's larger sensor and the fact that there's some real separation between the man and the treeline.

    Cheers,
    Don

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    Quote Originally Posted by otumay View Post
    Marvelous shot, Don. I assume it was taken with DP-2.
    Thank you... very nice of you to comment. One of the side benefits of reading such nice comments is that it helps me pare down good shots from mediocre shots... which, considering the number of photos I took on this three-week trip, is a blessing.

    The camera is a Pro1 with the shooting details under the photo.

    Cheers,
    Don

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