Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by SenenCito, Jan 24, 2004.
now I just gotta figure out a name for it, see if it actually gets attention in photosig
I'd like it more if it wasnt tilted, if there wasnt purple fringe on the girl's hair where the light is coming through.. I love the location, the lights, the clouds, that looks great and whole shot is noise free, you must have a nice camera... just something feels off with the girl being in the foreground but out of focus..
I really would have loved both elements being in focus, but as I took a few I noticed it was either the girl of the foreground, the foreground looked better
I can probably take off the purple fringe, that's not a biggie
Camera is a Sony F717
thanks for the advice
Tilt isn't good, to match the strong backlighting you need some fill light on the girl and very immediate foreground, try to avoid the strong white light, make sure the light is completely obscured by the girl...interesting composition though, I like the cloud and wall...I really like the sadness and aloneness that you get from the girl staring at the couples...maybe if possible try to isolate her even more.
hmmm, ok how about this one, its a better angle, but the problem I have is that she is somewhat blurred, think it is better?
Yeah I definitely like that one better, I am shocked by the purple fringing from a 717 I didnt know that expensive of a camera would have PF Where is that located btw?
San Juan, Puerto Rico
thing is the 717 has nearly no Pf I belive it appears in that image because the light is a very strong white/blueish I in fact didnt even know what PF was until people started complaining about the F828. Im sure I read somewhere that most cameras can have that, of course in carying degrees
I think they are both pretty good. I, too, wouldn't expect the purple fringe from your camera. That must be a beautiful area to be near (San Juan, PR)
full sized pic?
Girl looks very pretty!