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著作権: raimundo mesquita (mesquens1) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 2589 W: 147 N: 2132] (40493)
ジャンル: 人間
メディア: カラー
撮影した年: 2017-09-01
カテゴリー: Experimental
Exposure: f/4, 1/160 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
アップロードした日: 2017-09-16 2:20
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I consider this one of my good photos and it is absolutely casual.
I was experimenting with a newly acquired telephoto lens when I saw my wife, Ophelia, at that angle.
I clicked and I am now submitting to the critical looks of all.

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Dear Raimundo,
This is one your beautiful and happy portrait:-),
We wish you and family all the best A great moment, as always


Interesting moment of concentration, as if she was in the process of making something.
I like the simplicity and spontaneity emanating from this portrait.
Lovely pearl earring.

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  • jackal Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 810 W: 26 N: 792] (8966)
  • [2017-09-17 19:23]

Hi Raimundo
You are right to say it's one of your favourite photos, Ophelia is a lovely name - used by Shakespeare in Hamlet

Hi Raimundo, have you shown your wife your contribution to TL. My wife is fussy about which shots I keep (never mind show on TL :-)
A good candid shot with good clarity and dof.

Hello Raimundo,
I think this is a very interesting photo taken with no warning....I say only one comment that the face must be in focus (that means that you must focus on the lips or nose).
No doubt it is a instant photo shot with no preparation....
Thanks for sharing...

Hi Raimundo,
A well captured moment in time, well exposed and great sharpness. I like the natural stance and a clever composition.

Hello Ray

Interesting take on your lovely wife. The f/stop used help create the DOF for portraiture imagery. I would suggest a 50mm 1.4 for your portraits due to the conversion with the smaller sensor in your camera. The pros say that an 85mm is perfect due to no distortion. So with that said.....a 50mm 1.4 is perfect. The fast 1.4 gives awesome blur to your portraiture if you so choose. That's my take

Have a blessed day

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