Robcox

Robcox

Joined on Apr 24, 2013

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  • Yes I love my X-PRO 1 after owning it for a year and a quarter. It is extremely handy, lighter than my Canon 7D and produces SHARP images.  One thing that I like is it makes me THINK before I ...
  • I like it as a life long, and I mean long, salon photographer. The thing reeks of atmosphere and brings a feeling of nostalgia like the work of the late Aubry Bodine of the last century. Were it ...
  • Replied in OOC Jpeg
    This reminds me very much of Vermeer! a little playing with the shot in Photoshop or some other editing application and you have a winner! Vermeer portraid real people doing everyday real tasks. ...
  • Great photograph!  The shot and processing really bring out the history and beauty of the place! having lived in the West for decades and haunting such places as this I appreciate the Magic! Thanks ...
  • Bummer! Such a beautiful shot and memory ruined by dropping your cameras. Best wishes in the repair and for many wonders hours/years of shooting. for my two 'prized' camera systems I bought the ...
  • Brilliant work! Dramatic, great color, holds the viewers interest, and the lighting is superb. I do theatrical production stills but my subjects, for the most part, are pretty dull, when compared ...
  • Focusing some digital cameras has been a bit difficult having coming from analog cameras with split image focusing. My Canons were good but still iffy.  The X-Pro-1 was harder whether one used the ...
  • Replied in Snowfall; PS
    Your composition is classic. Have you tried flipping the images180° horizontal so that the eye has to 'travel' through the environment of the scene and then 'lock' onto the primary subject? Darryl
  • Usually a 100 - 135mm lens should be the shortest used for portraits Anything shorter, on a head and shoulders shot will pull the facial features forward. The another lens is not an option backing ...
  • Replied in Snowfall
    I like it very much. The soft background sets the scene is a soft unobtrusive way and the stone in the foreground stands out and grabs my eye. The image reminds me of the 1910-1920's when ...
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