3 B&Ws: Digital, 35mm and 120mm

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  1. maddkid53

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    that one is the digital one. Shot with a Canon Rebel XS.

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    that one is the 35mm. Shot with a Canon Rebel 2000

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    that one is the 120mm. Shot with a Yashica-A.


    What do you think about each one?
     
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    They are definitely big enough.
     
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    In the first one, I would probably move in a little closer to the musicians. And I'm not too fond of the pole and the bridge (or whatever it is) on the left. Maybe if you took a few steps to the left to get that out of the way.

    I really like the second one. It's a strong subject and brings out a lot of emotion in the viewer. There's not much I would change about the shot. I think the fact that it's film also adds a lot to the shot.

    I really like the third one too. I have a thing for medium-format cameras.
     
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