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  1. Zev Steinhardt

    Waterfall in Central Park, NY

    I came across this waterfall in Central Park over the summer and couldn't resist shooting it. I love the fact that, had it not been said, you probably wouldn't have guessed that this is in Manhattan. :) Comments, critiques and criticisms are welcome, encouraged and appreciated. Zev...
  2. Zev Steinhardt

    The Eye

    I belong to a weekly online group photography project. This past week's theme was "Body Parts." I decided to pull out my macro lens, my tripod and my strong light and see if I can get my son's eye to stand still long enough to get a shot. Eye Macro by zev_ari, on Flickr Canon XSi, MP-E...
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    Waterfall at Harriman State Park (NY). C&C Welcome and Appreciated!

    I took this shot last October in Harriman State Park in New York. Each October, I go up there to take pics of the fall foliage and, for the second year in a row, one of my favorite shots turned out to be a picture that doesn't show the foliage. (Canon XSi, Canon 17-40mm L lens @ 27mm, f/22...
  4. Zev Steinhardt

    Tiger's Looking At You. Comments, Critiques and Criticisms Welcome and Appreciated

    I took this shot at the Bronx Zoo: (Canon XSi, 75-300mm lens at 300mm, f/5.6, 1/400, ISO 400) I didn't have a lot of time to set up this shot as there was a large crowd of people waiting to see the tigers and I didn't know how long he (?) would continue to be looking right at me. Thanks...
  5. Zev Steinhardt

    Need Help Focusing On The Eyes...

    One of the cardinal rules of portrait photography is to focus on the eyes of the subject. ItÂ’s a rule that I can understandÂ… usually the first thing a person looks at in a portrait is the eyes. For some reason, however, I am having a great deal of difficulty in doing this. For example, take...
  6. Zev Steinhardt

    OK, my first C&C post... yellow tulip

    I took this shot a few months ago by putting a yellow tulip on a piece of glass. I used a roll of black paper behind the tulip and under the glass. I sprayed the tulip with some water and put an LED flashlight behind and to the left of the tulip. Canon XSi, 100mm macro lens, f/16, 4...
  7. Zev Steinhardt

    Warning! Alert!! New Guy...

    Hi everyone. My name is Zev Steinhardt and I've been shooting as an amateur for the past three years or so. In fact, to this day, I have never earned a penny for a picture taken... it did it all for the love of the craft. Well, at this point in my life, I'm considering moving into the field...
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