Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Al-Wazeer, Jun 7, 2009.
In bahrain, at noon the temperature goes to nearly 50C, you need icy water!
what do you think??
I can't imagine driving a Formula One car in that heat. I'm not a fan of the hard light, some might think it works though in such a high contrast situation, but for me personally i would suggest softer lighting.
i think it is perfect, great picture.
Well, about softer lighting I couldn't do anything about it, the background was really reflective -and this was taken by built-in flash only- so I had to raise the shutter speed as high as I can get, and the aperture as narrow as I can to show the details of the picture! That's all because the lack of decent equipment, thanks for the comment Do'Urden Eyes, really appreciate it!
"I can't imagine driving a Formula One car in that heat."
i can't imagine doing ANYTHING in that heat, other than sitting someplace air-conditioned!
a tip if all you have is the pop-up flash... place several layers of tissue over the flash when you take the photo. the tissue will soften and diffuse the flash, so the light's not as harsh... works great!
Yeah, I've done that before, but I didn't think about it when I shot this picture, thanks for the comment squirl
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