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Subject: [Leica] PAW 7 -- site up
From: tedgrant at (Ted Grant)
Date: Tue Feb 15 21:33:45 2005
References: <001f01c513c5$49167220$6501a8c0@dorysrusp4> <000b01c513ca$53a76cd0$ef279d18@jmkoe5a1bcadh4> <001f01c513cb$60702be0$833b6d18@ted> <001201c513cc$36bd9f20$ef279d18@jmkoe5a1bcadh4> <001c01c513cd$5fe2ce10$ef279d18@jmkoe5a1bcadh4>

Jim McIntyre showed:
Subject: Re: [Leica] PAW 7 -- site up


Hi Jim,
I like them both.
#1: A clean photograph unposed and natural looking.

#2 If I have a preference it's this one. Shooting from the shadow side lifts 
them away from being a flat no dimension photograph. Once again illustrating 
how effective light can be when seen and used well, as it creates a 
wonderful 3 D effect.

And obviously makes your subjects stand out stronger.

I know with this kind of shot one wants to see the baby's face, so I'd have 
been "almost at the same angle"   ;-) However.;-) A smidgen of knee bend 
might have improved the angle slightly. Please note "I said might have." ;-)


In reply to: Message from dorysrus at (Don Dory) ([Leica] back to school)
Message from mcintyre at (Jim McIntyre) ([Leica] PAW 7)
Message from tedgrant at (Ted Grant) ([Leica] PAW 7)
Message from mcintyre at (Jim McIntyre) ([Leica] PAW 7 -- site down)
Message from mcintyre at (Jim McIntyre) ([Leica] PAW 7 -- site up)