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Binji7 Oct 30, 2002 11:55 AM

My Fiance in Autumn
 
A picture of my Fiance Bonnie standing in a park. I wanted to get more shots experimenting with flash, A,S and exposures, but she was getting cold!!!

http://www.pbase.com/image/6517122

Klaus DK Oct 31, 2002 8:47 AM

Oh, you really got the right matching colors. Well done!

M. Haner Nov 2, 2002 9:41 PM

You have everything at the right place at the right time. Colors are great and girl is wonderful but sad looking starring off somewhere. Oh, also everything is badly tilted counter-clockwise..

You have the start of a great picture there, exposure and flash fill is a hard combo but you have done it very well there, now straightn up that picture.

Binji7 Nov 4, 2002 9:46 AM

I do agree, I should have changed my viewfinder to 'Grid' so I could frame better, but I was so worried about exposure that I had the histogram display view up. Too bad the 7i doesn't let you add histogram display to 'any' view, as that might have been an aid for me in the crouched down, rotate camera 90 degree, don't move, girl don't move, here comes an angry squirrlle position......... ( I love taking pictures!!!) :D

John Gant Nov 23, 2002 11:04 PM

Binji..

Very nice pic...now learn hoe to straighten out the cam...and do a MUCH better job on cropping....she is a very attractive lady...do her justice in the pics....

John

Binji7 Dec 2, 2002 11:29 AM

I did no Post on the pic. Maybe I should repost after touch-ups.

JTravern Dec 2, 2002 12:56 PM

Nice pic.

personally I would have gone in a lot closer on your fiance there. She has an interesting expression. And as it stands she is probably only taking up less than a third of the picture content.


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