Woman at table

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  1. jcdeboever

    jcdeboever TPF Supporters Supporting Member

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    Couldn't resist walking by this. I was initially drawn to reflection presented by the old lead glass. XT2, 60mm macro, custom chrome simulation. Where's the polaroid when you need it? at home in broken state.

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    B&W, lighten up the face and darken the hand a tad.
     
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    Neat pic! Looks like she is cracking nuts?
     
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    She was making a pie and cookies which I had a slice of. It was made and cooked all, the old fashion way, from scratch and in a cast iron stove with wood. Gary and Jona would probably understand, I just consumed. Delish.
     
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    Yes sir
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    Nice conversion! But I must say, I like the color version, too. The face needs some lightening in that one, too. But the colors are so soft and pretty here, it's a real winner.
     
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    What a difference. Love the B&W
     
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    Thanks. I am such a SOOC butt head, I will revisit color one as well for lighting the face. I think I may have forgot to press the AE-L button. I was thinking I did it but I may have pre-mature EC'd. I've done that on occasion.
     
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    Like 'em both. The B&W feels like film.
     
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    Thanks bud
     
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    Your choice of posting the color shot as taken was the correct choice. It is an excellent image inviting thoughtful perusal. I'm so glad I have properly functioning cone cells and am not limited to seeing the world in black, white and gray.
     
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    Thanks. I much prefer the color version. I think the visual of using the chrome simulation works to. I never even considered B&W until it was mentioned and it think it makes the image less emotional.
     

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