Menace, thanks! I forgot to mention that it was made with the 4Omm pancake...
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I see you shot in color then converted to black and white, I'm looking for shooting in black and white from the get go, and trying to use my mind and "see" the world in black and white as I shoot, but I'm finding it difficult to imagine that. My mentor stated he can do that sort of. Have you ever heard of doing this?
Nice pictures by the way, the two chicks kissing was an eye opener at the end, great capture / timing. Congrats.
Great shots, where you focus on the subject instead of pixel-peeping. Really "alive" images.
How do you cope with the poverty and the situation, during your photography? In other words: you just pop in and say "hello, I just take a few pictures of you, can you sit here and watch the camera please?".
I think that it would sound quite awkward.
You do a good job, reporting these situations. But I would feel unconfortable. I would be afraid that people would answer me "leave me alone", and I would feel bad, with my high-tech camera in this dramatic situations.
Can you share your point of view, and approach?
Thank you for your post, made me reflect.
No, I don't want anything of the sort,..
They loved the end result.
I'm bothered by the crosshatch noise on the ladies pant legs. And no, it isn't fabric texture.
The "exposure to the right" technique is nothing new. But its always nice to discover these things personally
The problem is that expose to the right , in my experience doesn't always work...My Leica X1 loses highlight details very quickly and my Mamiya Zd has got a lot of leeway in the shadows and it can be pushed without the noise and banding associated with the Canon...my experience so far with the Mamiya is that it it can handle less overexposure than the 5d2 but its not really a problem pushing the shadows...so one has to find out these things for oneself for each camera because they all behave differently....