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Discussion in 'Talking Pictures' started by Geren, Feb 9, 2020.

  1. EightBitTony

    EightBitTony Well-Known Member

    No but Mike's attempts at lifting the whiteness in the eyes has left them looking dead and alien like. A note of caution to all others who try this.
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  2. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

    I think it was they had to hold the pose so long while I worked out the exposure ;)
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  3. Craig20264

    Craig20264 Well-Known Member

    I do practically zero portraiture, but these three are probably my favorites. Taken at a family wedding. A shared moment in time between mother and daughter. They are a tad soft but I really didn't have time to faff about as I could see what was about to happen when mum whisked her up into her arms. I just pointed, zoomed and clicked. I'm glad I did though, and so was mum when she saw them.



  4. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle Well-Known Member

    I have done a few NONE setup ALL casual on the spot "snaps"

    Though I was interviewing Theo for Classic Cars Magazine I must admit

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  5. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle Well-Known Member

    I like casual shots rather than staged :)
  6. Stephen Rundle

    Stephen Rundle Well-Known Member

    I think this is (in my opinion) the most terrible thing to do to yourself, but she was so lovely AND quiet.

    Taken on the spur of the moment in London, I live with a sincere regret that I never took her address to send here a copy, to this day.

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  7. RovingMike

    RovingMike Crucifixion's a doddle...

  8. SXH

    SXH Well-Known Member

    Ah yes, I remember when Hockney first pointed that out. And demonstrated it by doing a painting in the same way on a TV programme.

    Brian Sewell went ballistic. He was VERY rude about Hockney. :eek:
  9. Learning

    Learning Ethelred the Ill-Named

    Brian Sewell did not have to go ballistic to be very rude to artists. He made his living being very rude to artists. I found him very entertaining.
  10. Learning

    Learning Ethelred the Ill-Named

    There are snaps and there are opportunities well taken on the fly. I especially like the well framed picture in a picture (frame 3). All are very attractive. Even Patrick Moore almost looks friendly, tolerant of being photographed,may I say.

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