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» Home » Photo of the Week (CLOSED) » 2004 » Photo of the Week: 2004 : December 13th-19th Slide Show

A Portrait

A Portrait

It's cold out there guys,just playing around with some portraits.I set up a canon 580ex and a 550ex as slaves.The lens a canon 85 1.8.I was very pleased with the tones in this B&W portrait of my father.



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Date: Mon December 13, 2004
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Good lighting (maybe a little too much). I am disturbed by the small red eye that I see in the right eye (Am I wrong ?). This is because of the great preciseness of this picture Thumbs Up!. Could you copy the left pupil in the right eye ?

You got it... You get one point more Thumbs Up! You know, the difficult one Smile
I don't thing you can get a better result using flashes. You really need powerfull lightning to have the WYSIWYG feeling...
#1 Mon December 13, 2004 4:02pm

done, thanks Herve
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#2 Mon December 13, 2004 4:44pm

Always see the right pupil brighter than the left one... Sad
You never know how much we look before posting anything Wink
#3 Tue December 14, 2004 4:44pm

The problem was the flash caught his eye.How is it now ?
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#4 Tue December 14, 2004 5:28pm

8 - for the son, 10 - for the father.
#5 Tue December 14, 2004 6:25pm

You've copied the right pupil on the left eye (?). We now have two red-eye (in BW).
#6 Wed December 15, 2004 10:59am

sorry posted the wrong one,too many x-mas partys this week.this is the final post....thanks Herve for your help
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#7 Wed December 15, 2004 1:08pm

Of all your shots of your dad, I think I like this one the best. The newer one just has a bit too much burnout on the forehead and hand, and the gaze is directed away from rather than toward the camera. I like this directness very much, and the contrasts are very beautiful. The unusual darkness of the eyes is very familiar to me. Consider getting one of him smiling - or ask him an odd question and capture his immediate expression. He typically has a rather somber expression. You should keep doing these, fd, I know there's a POW coming for one of these.
#8 Thu January 6, 2005 5:45pm

thanks efton I like this one the best also,smiling not sure,he does not like me taking photo's of him as you can tell.I keep telling him I am testing the camera out.That does not work anymore.thanks for looking.
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#9 Thu January 6, 2005 6:24pm

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