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Collection: 2018 Square Crop
Camera: Ricoh GR II
Date Uploaded: Nov 16, 2018

Viewed: 95
Comments: 11
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Low light capture with high ISO noise.

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11/27/2018 07:33:18 PM
I like it.
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11/18/2018 08:33:18 PM
This makes me happy! Thanks for that.
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11/18/2018 02:38:14 AM
fabulous. not just the lovely portrait or the scintillating disc dance, the in your face grit, but the boldness and freshness of the composition.
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11/17/2018 11:16:01 PM
the noise is so nostalgic. 1980's.

a loving portrait
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11/17/2018 12:28:21 PM
Beautiful smile. The background draws you to her eyes.
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11/17/2018 11:53:49 AM
Very nice, from the thumb I thought this was a shot with a shrunken model inside your washing machine ;)
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11/17/2018 11:01:23 AM
Oh Jin! Lovely. Has the feel of a huge poster over Times Square
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11/17/2018 10:23:18 AM
Very nice to my eyes. She has a wonderful smile that extends to her eyes . . . or perhaps her eyes smile first and the warmth then extends to her mouth. I very much like the background - the radiating lines and circles/bokeh extend the friendship in a sort of visual metaphor. Had you not told us, I'd have thought you added the noise . . . it's that perfect :)
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11/16/2018 11:54:02 PM
this has such a pleasant, upbeat feel to it
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11/16/2018 10:21:06 PM
My graphic-designer instinct is to say this would work well for a print ad with the space on the left for type.

My camera gives me noise like that at ISO 400, and printed photos (as in magazines) are built of nearly-visible dots of ink ... I find the quality of the composition and overall "feel" make the noise largely irrelevant or perhaps even an additional "feature".
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11/16/2018 05:45:09 PM
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