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But memories fade away, yeah, they are designed that way
But memories fade away, yeah, they are designed that way
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Challenge: The Past (Classic Editing*)
Camera: Canon EOS-D60
Location: Liverpool, UK
Date: Aug 20, 2003
Aperture: f/9
ISO: ISO 100
Shutter: 8 seconds
Galleries: Snapshot, Advertisement
Date Uploaded: Aug 20, 2003

Just a picture of the trusty old Mamiya. The lighting was done with a flashlight and a snoot, to get that spotlight feeling, with an added bonus that it was easier to make the image appear sephia-toned (because of the warmth of the flashlight light).

Slighly overexposed, and it could do with being a TAD darker, but I managed to resist the use of the Levels tool.

When that is said: Having been taken with a Canon D60, the image DESPERATELY needs sharpening, and I am rather pissed off this was illegal in this challenge. Oh well

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 Comments Made During the Challenge
08/23/2003 04:11:28 PM
Composition: Looks quite centralised, but with the shadow and lighting seems to suit it quite well.
Technical: Nice focus, lighting and shadow.
Meets challenge: Yes
Overall impression: I really think the cloth adds a lot to this photo - making me think it's someone travelling or something like that. My favourite shot so far.

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08/22/2003 08:25:24 PM
Think it needs a little better backdrop that fits the mood of the camera and time period...or even just a solid background, because this background unfortunately claims too much of the attention away from the camera.
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08/22/2003 09:12:59 AM
Too bad the immediate area around the camera is over exposued.
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