1/15 sec in the faintest of light.
↑ Leica M3, Leica 50mm Summicron Dual Range, Kodak Tri-X 400, and Plustek 8200i.
Wonderful portrait in b&w! What a pleasant opposite pole to all the pixel peeping “mania” :-)…like a painting…
Thank you Andreas! I’m part of the same “mania” (my other camera is a D850, lol) but I wish I had the courage to go 100% back to film. It’s the colour film I’ve never home-processed that is holding me back… that, and the convenience of digital for certain occasions.
I think your friend Mark might have something to say about that! 😛
What an absolutely lovely image: tones, balance, composition. I’d be willing to bet she likes this one, it’s quite grown up, and in this dramatic light, even a bit mysterious.
Quite cinematic… ah, I get it, you were going for the cast of “Charade”: G as Grant and C here as a very young Hepburn. 😉
It is SO difficult to photograph C, as she is very shy. I was happy with this one though, and ―indeed ― she was too.
Thank you Greg.
Lovely shot. Technically and otherwise. I am surprised that she is the shy type. She comes across as very confident and laid back in your photos.
As a photographer, you must be very satisfied that your daughters are very different. You’d never know they were sisters.
Thank you Karim.
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