Wayne-Cheah Wayne-Cheah posted this comment:
Old cameras seem to have more "soul" Perhaps as they needed 100% manual input from a human operator, some of the operator's "soul" went into the images via the intentive fingers and hands? Like how a sword maker's "soul" got inbued in the swords?
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There is something "eternal" about images taken with high quality antique equipment like the Rollicord. Where they all are now? Their "immortality" is captured and "frozen" in a mere fraction of a second. This is the true wonder of photography which to me is the greatest invention of humankind. Imagine if God had a video camera, (perhaps He had), we would be seeing images of Adam & Eve frolicking in the Garden of Eden, and settle once and for all what "fruit" Eve took from the Tree?
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I bet you would not have imagined this image would appear on the "Small Screen" in many places far far away. :)
Wayne-Cheah Wayne-Cheah posted this comment:
"Dark and macabre" are quite different from "distasteful", just as there is a difference between "indecent" and "obscene" It is indecent to walk down a public road naked, but obscene if you do something to attract attention to yourself.
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Quote:- "Am I in hot water?" Maybe, but just keep cool like that trishawrider :)
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Thanks; couldn't have said it better myself :)
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Thanks, Vibeke.
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LOL, I am not a wedding photographer. This is a "stolen" shot. The official photographer is on the other side of the pillars taking a frontal shot. So, sorry to disappoint.
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Rules Broken:- (1) Amputation; (2) Negative space "behind" the subject matter.
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Breaking the Rules of:- (1) moving objects should move "into" the frame and not moving "out"; (2) not "cutting" the frame into equal half; (3) having the "negative space" in front of the subject matter.
Wayne-Cheah Wayne-Cheah posted this comment:
Which composition rule?
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Thanks. I did not crop away the ceiling because I wanted the smoke which gave it a certain atmosphere?
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I could understand why this was not a close-up shot.
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Did he just asked, "Have you read 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy' by British author John le Carré"?
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You need long arms to pass your intended purchases for him to weight?
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I could almost hear him say "walk a mile in these shoes", in the Tamil language of course.
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Is the guy on the right adding weight to make sure the car stay tilted correctly?
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Quote:- " I would not have minded to see a bit more mask and less ceiling...." Neither was I, but it was not exactly an ideal situation for contemplative composition with those sparks falling, or threaten to fall, onto the camera lens? :)
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Yep, and I had to fire the shutter, (no pun intended), and get out of the way quick as sparks well raining down.
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Thanks.
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Dotting the eye
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In it's heydays, it was a luxurious item.
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I believe this contest specifically calls for "...close-up shots of any type of fruit...." Your suggestion, (which I thank you for), would amount to submitting a "macro" shot. The difference between a close-up and a macro shot is as follows:- "Close-up means you're just shooting at a short distance from the subject. You can use virtually any lens to achieve close-up photos. Macro means you're taking super close-ups of objects at 1:1. Meaning, the size of the image on your sensor is equal to the size of the item you're photographing in real life" I hope I am right about this. Thanks for dropping in.
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