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Old Mar 20, 2013, 12:01 AM   #1
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You know you've seen it before. I saw it this past Sunday....I just happened to be pointing my camera at her. The E-M5 and 14-150 M. Zuiko set to 36mm. Captured at ISO 4000 and processed in Adobe Camera raw.

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Old Mar 20, 2013, 3:59 AM   #2
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HaHa!

Having been married 43yrs, I've seen that look more than a few times.

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Yep, the "look". I think their mothers teach them that when they are still young. Many things that look can mean. "If you don't put that camera down I'm going to............." "You bought a new car without taking me?"
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49-years here and I've seen it many times as well
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I didn't have to wait that long ... only about 15-years
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Maybe we should have a photo contest titled "The Look". I'm sure I could dig up a few.
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Oh, come on now -- I see mild amusement and the beginning of smile dimples! It is a lovely shot. Nice even light, good clarity. Yet very gentle on the "care lines" around her eyes. Tis a nice look
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It's like a NFL defense, you give different looks on every situation but all require caution when interpreting.
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Oh, come on now -- I see mild amusement and the beginning of smile dimples! It is a lovely shot. Nice even light, good clarity. Yet very gentle on the "care lines" around her eyes. Tis a nice look
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She was actually somewhat pleased with her expression, and I was pleasantly suprised how well it turned out having been captured at such a high ISO setting and with this lens. At 100% there's a definite grainy structure to it, but only at 100%, with plenty of detail to see.
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