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  1. #151

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits


    chamonix 45n2
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    portrait of my sister.

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by jacobby View Post
    chamonix 45n2
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    portrait of my sister.
    Beautiful jacobby, very.

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    Thanks Frank and Richard!

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    Great job James. Come on over and pick up some groovy brass glass after this crazy month is over.
    Richard, I'll definitely have to try out that brass lens. Hopefully your workshop goes well! I might have some free time this weekend if things are calming down for you.

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    before the concert;

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    Nagaoka, S-Symmar 180mm, FP4+ 9x12 cm

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    I call this shot "Thirst for Power".

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Roman Putintsev View Post
    My friends photographers, Toyo 45aII, 210mm 5.6, Ilford hp5+, d-76 1+0
    great idea. well done

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim Meisburger View Post
    I was in Myanmar last month for the elections, and spent six hours on March 22 following Aung San Suu Kyi while she campaigned in her constituency. The fellow with me was shooting digital and video, but being perverse, I took only my Ikeda Anba 4x5 and a cell phone. During the day I shot twelve sheets: six color and six black and white. When I returned to Bangkok I immediately burned up my film scanner, so these were scanned on a cheap combo-printer scanner. These are the best of the black and white (the transparencies will not scan at all).

    Suu Kyi is normally smiling and waving on the stump, but here I caught her in an unguarded moment, looking like the campaign was taking a toll. She is 66 and a bit frail, and a day or two after this she suspended her campaign due to exaustion. (hand held, guess focus, Shanghai 100 developed in D23 in a hotel bathroom)



    What looks like a portrait of a an NLD campaign volunteer is actually a missed shot of Aung San Suu Kyi (entering the frame at the right). I was shooting my Ikeda Anba handheld, guessing at focus and framing, and got this a half second off. Had I had the 135mm on, instead of the 210, I would have got it.

    And here is one at the rally. She is a great speaker, very charismatic.
    excellent! my wife (a former burmese national) recognized her right away!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Rose View Post
    I call this shot "Thirst for Power".

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    i almost died doing something similar to that 40 years ago......great shot btw.
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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by mathieu Bauwens View Post
    before the concert;
    Nice to see sharp images in the portrait section
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    I agree, nothing wrong with focusing!

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    Well, thanks to both of you

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    Re: April 2012 Portraits

    Quote Originally Posted by Frank Petronio View Post
    I agree, nothing wrong with focusing!



    I actually always try to focus....

    This is Rebecca. Focussed..... but with 30 sec exposure - who knows what will happen..
    Painted with light.
    Pol 665 slightly solarized and cropped.


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