I was shot with a 35mm Minolta, late afternoon. The noise may be fron old 1600 ASA film. it is a problem I have had in the past, but the scan on to my computer did not show so much noise. The time stamp was on but i did not notice it until i saw the sacn. In my humble opinion if I print it on a...
They don't look amateur, not sloppy, good technique,
I like Number one.
I think the model's expressions could be better in the others.
In Number two a stray shadow makes her nose look over sized to me.
I know number one is a much used pose, but it works and that is the reason it is used...
I was not either, I examined the images under magnification an could not detect the softness you spoke to. I was impressed with her ford and ability to hit the mark so squarely. May be I need o be calibrated.
( No meanness detected, simply I see it differently than you)
What can I say. I can see the pores on her skin and the lashes on her eyes. I do not see any out of focus Re: her face. Maybe I need to be calibrated. LOL or clean my glasses- no wait that would be your glasses.
You are still hiding your beautiful eyes to often. Number one is my favorite. because I can see into your "windows on the soul. The rest are your typical great work, but number one really connects with me. To me that is the essence of great photography, the subliminal connection between the...
M: This is an almost great picture. The thing that would make it great is to have more of your beautiful face showing. Just the hair pulled back a bit. You seem to have a sexy moody expression that would set the libido on full alert, but I for one can not quite see your eyes, the mirror of the...
I doubt it was boring to her. Nice job of capturing what she feels is your essence. For all of the technical "stuff" we worry about, the best pictures are the ones that mean something to us. That is the reason I wish more posters would give us some context Instead of just, "C and C please"...
In reading the various post, I have become confused as to the problem. Is it:
1. That the focusing screen and the film plane do not match up so that when you have an indication of focus in the view finder, the film is out of focus?
2. That the view finder and the film are both in focus but...
Here for your consideration and enjoyment are a few images I took recently with my Minolta 201 and tmax 3200 in Charleston, SC. This is expired film and is a little grainy.
1. Customs House
2. Mill House
3. Mill House 2
4. Old Church
5. Street scene
6. Gas light