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Title     Doug
Photographer     rhino30349/Ryan (7,659) Send mail to this user
Portfolio     Portraits/Candids
Shutter speed     1/60 sec
Categories     Snapshot
Black and White
Camera     Asahi Pentax K1000
Format     ISO-100
Film     Kodak
Content advisory     G (general audiences)
Submitted     April 10, 2005 10:22:26 AM CDT
Views     439
Rating     4 Thumb-up

This is an older photo of mine, taken over a year ago for my high school black and white film photography class, i scanned it in with a so so scanner, but anyways comments and critiques are welcome.


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Non-conforming thumb-up    from yossirabi/Yossi (306) Send mail to this user on April 10, 2005 2:47:05 PM CDT

Very good example where B&W is preferred on colors. The expression on his face is well emphasized


Thumb-up Thumb-up    from brucemacneil/Bruce (3,224) Send mail to this user on April 10, 2005 10:43:40 AM CDT (1) Early critique

But anyways... this is great. I like it a lot - the hat, the toothpick and all the envirnonment - terrific. Keep it up.

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Thumb-up Thumb-up    from deleted133646/deleted (10,360) Send mail to this user on April 10, 2005 10:36:10 AM CDT (1) Early critique

Wow, I don't see K1000 pics very much anymore. That was my first SLR many years ago. I like this shot. It seems off the cuff or almost candid. Well framed and thought out. The scan may have lost a bit of the saturation I would guess the print had knowing the camera. But otherwise, a really good picture. Regards, D.

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