Contemporary Senior Girl

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  1. Tally Ho

    Tally Ho TPF Noob!

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    A favorite pose. Most seniors love it. Most mothers wonder what happened to the top of her head. Original (as usual) on Kodak Portra 160NC color negative film then digitized my my lab, Bronica GS 1 with a 150mm lens, F 8 @ 1/60 sec.

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  2. Big Mike

    Big Mike I am Big, I am Mike Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Very pretty girl & I love the wide pupils. Although she does seem to have a worried expression on her face.
     
  3. Alison

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    I like the cropping and her eyes really stand out. Nice lighting as well. The background seems a little busy and distracting for this shot. I agree with Mike as well, her expression looks worried and I don't think that was the emotion intended.
     
  4. danalec99

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    Neat!

    Couple of queries...
    a. How did you light her?
    b. Why is the hair on the right soft? You said f8, right?

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  5. Tally Ho

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    "A" Fill behind camera, hair light above and slightly behind her head aimed down, main to camera right, kicker at camera left behind and slightly above aimed down to skim her hair.

    "B" The DOF decreases as the lens gets closer to the subject. I was about 18 inches away from her. My guess is the DOF was two to three inches.

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  6. MDowdey

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    hmmm...wheres the picture chief?
     
  7. Tally Ho

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    Apparantly the moderator removed the image and added "No Critiques, just applause" under my handle. Rather childish I would say. Perhaps a word to the owner of this site is in order.

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  8. MDowdey

    MDowdey Guest

    sorry bout that tally, looks like someone wanted to play a little practical joke. no harm done, can you change it, or would you prefer i did?
     
  9. Alison

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    Just as an FYI, the attachements are missing due to the migration to the new server, noboby removed them.
     
  10. Tally Ho

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    Thanks, but I already changed it. Kinda scary that apparantly anyone can change this without the original poster's knowledge or consent. I paid $25.00 so I could post images on this site but this may have been a mistake. I wonder if the owner of this site knows how his paying customers are being treated by the moderators here. If this became public knowledge who knows what would happen to paying subscriptions.

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  11. Tally Ho

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    Humm, the images I posted the same day as this one, in the same forum as this one are still there. Did only some images not make it to the new server?

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    Actually it's only the pretentious-holier-than-thou members being treated as such.
     

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