**PART 2** This Week Through Your Eyes 2021.11.21

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v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: B&W beach day

Thank you

Vahur Krouverk Senior Member • Posts: 2,410
Re: Bridge

Nice, silhouette works well against such hot background.

v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: B&W beach day

Thank you

v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: B&W beach day

Thank you. Glad you like it. I like my b&w dark, probably darker than it ought to be. Im sure its not everyones cup of tea.

Vahur Krouverk Senior Member • Posts: 2,410
Re: Burn II
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Fantastic shots, really mesmerizing. I think that colour versions work better than BW for such action.

Vahur Krouverk Senior Member • Posts: 2,410
Re: A day in Florence II

I like second shot, really nice interaction between different parties.

v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: A day in Florence II

Nice shots. I really like #2. That church is incredible.

Sundre
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Re: Burn II

Vahur Krouverk wrote:

Fantastic shots, really mesmerizing. I think that colour versions work better than BW for such action.

Thank you. Yes, it does ... unfortunately in many shots, there simply isn't enough light to make it look decent in colour, except on small screens. I would need an f/0.95 lens and good quality ISO 6400 to capture enough light with enough dynamic range.

I've shot this stuff at ISO 6400 on my G9 before, and faces end up looking painted rather than photographed after DeepPrime ... I made sure not to go above 3200 this time. To do that, I did my best to not go above 1/200s, although 1/320s would have been more ideal much of the time.

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Vahur Krouverk Senior Member • Posts: 2,410
Small city under big sky

v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: On the Wall

Nice...love old rock walls

v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: Burn II
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These are fantastic!

v30 Contributing Member • Posts: 962
Re: Remnants of Autumn

Nice smooth bokeh in these

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It's a darn nice duck photo...

...ok, ok, it's the best I could do yesterday. Today should be better. Is the local Nat'l Wildlife Preserve better than the local park?

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Re: On the Wall

I've not been to visit your country yet but walking Hadrian's wall is one of the things I hope to do. Nice shots.

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shinndigg Veteran Member • Posts: 4,621
Re: Remnants of Autumn

v30 wrote:

Nice smooth bokeh in these

I used the TT Artisan 50mm f1.2. Love this lens

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Re: Burn II
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Brilliant set of a fantastic performance. Fire always makes a show spectacular.

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Re: CAT6 cable?

Is that cool cat TV in operation?

gian Senior Member • Posts: 1,126
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Re: Burn
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Sundre wrote:

Shadowsurfer wrote:

This, and the shot you posted in part one are quite spectacular.

I think experimental theatre is far more interesting photographically than music photography.

Thank you. This is the most challenging kind of photography I have done to date, because unless you catch them with the swirling fires lighting up their faces, there is no light at all. It's fast, it's exhilerating and it looks fantastic IRL.

Music photography tends to be a little more repetitive, I find ... I still like it and will keep doing it of course.

Music I found is all about getting a good faciali or body expression. I enjoyed doing  Jazz because I got to meet a lot of my musical heroes like Pat Metheny.

Many years ago I worked with Semola Theatre, a Spanish theatre company that I met here in Reggio. They did mad things with fire too, and yes timing is everything.

1990 with Tmax 400

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