That's kinda impressive.
I only regret the panel that i see in front of the tree.
I would also have made the christian cross more visible,...
Apart from the other comments, i'd like to add that the picture is too dark to me.
Especially : one person in the background is brighter than the...
Like the others, i like the series, except maybe the last.
The B&W values are very subtle, and the sharpness is there, even if the subject is...
After a long absence, here i am again (if someone remembers...)
But stop the text, here are the pictures :
It was an old textile factory. I don't know the exact name in english.
I wanted to imitate the argentic rendering with my...
Concerning 169, it is only a come back to a place where i took one of my first "serious" picture. But as i'm experimenting "dark" photos...
Wow. I think there is a bit (little bit) too much black on the right, but nothing important, in fact. The B&W treatment is the kind of those i...
I'm not fan of "reporter portraits" so I cannot really give my feeling about the picture, but technically (I'm not sure), but i see the hand...
The composition is cool, but i think that your focus was not correct. The lines would have been more "sharp". It may comes from something else,...
Thanks for comments, all.
People often tell me that 169 has a good texture, but that it is too blurry, or that the composition is without...
Frenchy boy is back. Sorry for you all :D
I'd like to say something. Something short, in fact. "Love 'em"
You say : "the old 'take a photo of the negative and invert it' method, so please...
Mamiya... I see...
Everything is fine about it, technically speaking. But where's the originality?
Like I'm saying all the time : frame it :D
If I were grandma, i'd take the girl and kiss her...
(french lover? where?)
Done with levels and channel mixer.
You should frame it to increase the power of the picture.
The hand should not have been so much cut. The picture is too dark, and needs more contrast.
Wow, fine new series. Except 4, I like them all. On the last, I like the darked corners (what's the english term?) You should frame them all.
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