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Reflecting
Reflecting
Marsha


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Challenge: Light Source (Classic Editing)
Camera: Sony DSC-F707
Location: My home in Texas
Date: Oct 17, 2002
Aperture: f2.3
ISO: 320
Shutter: 1/30
Date Uploaded: Oct 17, 2002

I used a Home Depot 8" reflector and a 60 watt bulb placed to the right and slightly above and behind my subject. I took several shots, but I chose this one for the way the light met the shadow right down the center of his nose and mouth.

Statistics
Place: 70 out of 256
Avg (all users): 5.7482
Avg (commenters): 7.1579
Avg (participants): 6.0000
Avg (non-participants): 5.3818
Views since voting: 866
Votes: 270
Comments: 20
Favorites: 1 (view)


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10/28/2002 01:09:00 AM
What on Earth are people doing? This was my favourite this week! It´s so good. Very well done - it deserved higher score. /carsten
 Comments Made During the Challenge
10/26/2002 03:39:00 PM
Very good black and whit portrait
10/26/2002 03:14:00 PM
Nice
10/25/2002 01:28:00 PM
This is a very good portrait! Lighting/contrast is very good. Normally, this much darkness would get a too dark comment from me, but to me, in this case, I like it. Well done! 8 Swash
10/25/2002 09:50:00 AM
Wonderful portrait
10/24/2002 08:52:00 PM
One of the better b/w I have seen this challenge.
10/24/2002 10:05:00 AM
Very nice portrait and flattering use of your 1 light source. 8 Lisa
10/23/2002 11:03:00 PM
The black and white works great, and I like the directional lighting, but would have liked to have seen a little more of his features. lhall
10/23/2002 05:14:00 PM
Very distinguished looking gentleman. Good clarity for so little light. Would have liked a little more light for my taste. But well done. Well posed
10/23/2002 11:37:00 AM
ah, Rodin revisited (The Thinker)...clever. quite a strong composition. wonderful! ~mcmurma
10/22/2002 10:30:00 PM
straight forward.
10/22/2002 06:39:00 PM
While I find the compositional contrast (head and hand are straight up and down, while the body is slanted both down and forward) interesting, I think the lighting could have been improved
10/22/2002 10:42:00 AM
Good portrait pose and expression. I think it is a little too dark though. It's real close though. Good luck. - Inspzil
10/21/2002 10:10:00 PM
a little posed and the picture needs some white in it, it's some light gray to mostly dark and black, look at a histogram of it.
10/21/2002 05:54:00 PM
Lovely portrait. NIcely framed. Keep up the good work. 9
10/21/2002 03:10:00 PM
nice lighting. Framing could be better I think. But nice subject. Well done. 7
10/21/2002 03:09:00 PM
Very nicely done. 7 kathleenm
10/21/2002 02:30:00 PM
So good! This is what I wanted to do but I had no good modell. Instead I took my young son and got a pretty good shot but not as good as yours. Hope you win. Good luck! /carsten
10/21/2002 01:16:00 PM
This pose is too staged - it looks like he's hlding still, not reflecting. Also the whites need to be brighter. Could be a great photo if you play with the levels some more
10/21/2002 09:52:00 AM
Neat protrait, neat lighting. Well done. Justine


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