Paul20

Paul20

Lives in United Kingdom United Kingdom
Joined on Feb 1, 2009

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  • Replied in Jeff
    Thanks for making me think differently about this. Its true that lots of my pictures tend to isolate my lovely boy from his surroundings. Having said that there are times when you can clearly see ...
  • Just to add. I used a Nikon 800e for a while too  for photos of the boy - great camera for architecture etc but utterly soulless for family photos. p
  • I have a boy who is 2 now. He's fantiastic. Obviously I've taken about a million photos of him growing up. During this wonderful time I've used a Dlux, Lieca Q, M9, MM, Rioch gxr and some Sony ...
  • Replied in Morals Test
    Thats easy. I would go with 400 Etchachrome, exposed on the crown of the comb-over and flashed with a warm yellow gel to perfectly render the hair colour. Paul
  • Alejandro, These two are excellent pictures in my opinion. The first for the composition and the second for shear impact. I wondered if it was intentional that you pressed the shutter in both shots ...
  • Keep it....Definitely p
  • I agree with Rodrigue. The CCD colours are unique, no matter what profile is used. I do also agree that 'tomato head' people can be a problem with the M9 especially in lower light conditions. Paul
  • Vikas, I can easily imagine whiling away an afternoon here over a few pints of ipa. Where is this little corner of Eden ? paul
  • Replied in Cadiz
    Tibor, You are the master of seeing compositions where others cannot. I am sure of that. But what I like about this set more than others is that you are using  your very personal way of seeing ...
  • Lovely shot rodrigue, Your subject is clearly relaxed In your presence. He's not giving much away with his expression but i think there is just enough for the viewer to wonder what this guy is ...
  • Lovely images Choi, And good to see you on the move and posting again. I concur the M9 colours and files in a good light are hard to beat. I have just been looking through some photos of my little ...
  • Replied in Wheat Season
    Rodrigue, What a great composition with an interesting story. However, I don't think the shallow depth of field helps in this case. I think this is an f5.6 photo because there background is part of ...
  • I agree, the first shot is very good I think, I want to know why the gent is carrying the flag with such determination. The photo is open to interpretation and  there is just enough interest. post ...
  • Replied in sunbrella
    A very evocative image. Paul
  • Replied in More please !
    great stuff irakly, please post more street more regularly! -Whatever the camera. bit be honest did you really look through the viewfinder for shot #1? - be honest ...really ? paul
  • I agree with glo. I've had a monochrom and now a a7r II. Whilst the Sony is good at what it does the monochrom is a very special camera I think. Try one. p
  • I'm cool with it. ......but the shots have to be outstanding ;) Paui
  • Replied in Aquarius
    I think if you didn't know how the children were brought up then the pictures would still stand in their own right. They are strong images whatever the circumstances. Sometimes it helps to know a ...
  • Created discussion thread Tech-free childhood
    I came across the website of Niki Boon a photographer from Nw Zealand. Amongst other things she is documenting the 'tech-free' development of her children. It thought the portfolio was impressive ...
  • I agree MF is the way to go. A7rII is fun too as the AF is very fast but of course its not as fast as pre-setting the focus and forgetting about it. I would say that EVF is also too slow for street ...
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