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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

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    Pete by Jay Musselwhite, on Flickr
    Great! Pose, lighting and palette all good!

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

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    thats very nice. Well done.

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Great work Jay and Stephane!

    Here's my girls on a walk at the Plaisted Preserve in Owls Head ME. I have my trioplan with me for non-soft photos since I know it renders the forest and people well.
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    img498 by Jason Philbrook, on Flickr

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Thank you Peter and Scott!
    Here is another one from the Russian series, still using a Nicola Perscheid 480...


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    I tried playing with movements and I'm not really happy with the results for the first three. Especially my friend Nate, in the first shot there. In the GG, I had thought the exaggerated body would look good. Turns out I was really wrong. The other two just have wonky focus and poor use of framing.

    I'm just glad to learn. I've gotten fast enough with operating the camera that I can trust myself with focusing on composure.

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Stephane,

    Superb portrait,

    Sendero,

    Me too, I liked the most the #3 shot, natural lightning helps a lot,

    Renato

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Jason S. by Jay Musselwhite, on Flickr

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Quote Originally Posted by jaymus View Post
    Another good one Jay. Portra is working for you!

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Thank you! I think my process is coming together, or at least I'm starting to get repeatable results with lighting + exposure + development + scanning + post. There's a lot of things to work out!


    Quote Originally Posted by chassis View Post
    Another good one Jay. Portra is working for you!

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    Re: Just Portraits, Without Rules or Date

    Heliar 360 mm

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