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    Re: Tiny Format Portraits

    503cx, Sonnar 250/5.6, TMax 100 @200, Diafine, one strobe, one monolight, Nikon 9000 scan:


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    Very nice as usual!

    How are you placing your lights?

    The pupil seems open, despite the highlight
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Very nice as usual!

    How are you placing your lights?

    The pupil seems open, despite the highlight
    Thank you! The strobe is turned down to lowest power and is shining from my left shoulder. The continuous light is low and to the right, dirscted at the backdrop only so as to soften any shadow that would come from the strobe. The hanging sheet is only 6-12" behind the subject's head, so it could easily pick up a harsh shadow. I guess Pippa's pupils show the ambient light of our kitchen, and don't have time to react to the strobe. The continuous light doesn't shine on her face at all.

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    Thank you
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    Great portraits shown here people. Here's one I took of my son in 2005 while on vacation in Fontaine de Vacluse. He's 21 now, but this one somehow captures his essence better than any of the other (probably) hundreds I've made of him over the years. This was with my Minolta XD-11 and 50mm f1.4 Rokkor lens. I think it was shot on Ektachrome and then the transparency digitized with my Nikon D7100.


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    Love it

    An hour ago I got all my slides out of the shed, not many, and will copy

    I hope I find godot

    Quote Originally Posted by cgratham View Post
    Great portraits shown here people. Here's one I took of my son in 2005 while on vacation in Fontaine de Vacluse. He's 21 now, but this one somehow captures his essence better than any of the other (probably) hundreds I've made of him over the years. This was with my Minolta XD-11 and 50mm f1.4 Rokkor lens. I think it was shot on Ektachrome and then the transparency digitized with my Nikon D7100.


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    Another one with the Sonnar 250, TMax 100 @200 in Diafine:


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    Half-frame goodness, Olympus Pen-F, 60mm/f1.5, XP2 @200, Diafine:


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