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Camera Model Name Canon EOS D30Shooting Date/Time 5/13/2001 12:07:36 PMShooting Mode Aperture-Priority AETv (Shutter Speed) 1/15Av (Aperture Value) 5.6Metering Mode EvaluativeExposure Compensation 0ISO Speed 400Lens 28.0 - 135.0 mmFocal Length 135.0 mmImage Size 2160 x 1440Image Quality RAWFlash OffWhite Balance AutoAF Mode One-Shot AFFocusing Point

Parameters Contrast Normal Sharpness Normal Color Saturation NormalFile Size 2777 KBSerial Number 108-0839Custom function Settings 01: Long exposure noise reduction 1: On 02: Shutter button/AE lock button 0: AF/AE lock 03: Mirror lockup 0: Disable 04: TV, AV and exposure level 0: 1/2-stop 05: AF-assist light 0: On (auto) 06: Shutter speed in Av mode 0: Auto 07: AEB sequence/auto cancellation 0: 0 => - => +/Enabled 08: Shutter curtain sync 0: 1st-curtain sync 09: Lens AF stop button Fn. switch 0: AF stop 10: Auto reduction of fill flash 0: Enable 11: Menu button return position 0: top 12: SET button func. when shooting 0: Default (no function) 13: Sensor cleaning 0: DisableDrive Mode Single-frame shootingMacro Off


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This is a photo I took on Mother's Day of my Grandmother who is 98

years old. Obviouslly, I am too close to the subject to have an

objective viewpoint on the photo.

 

Please give me a reaction.

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What a lovely portrait - hard to believe she is 98 years old! Nice job with the lighting too. You captured a very special moment. You've definitely motivated me to take another portrait of my grandmother. I took some portraits of her when she was 79 years old - she is soon to be 84 so I think it is high time to do it again. Thanks for the inspiration.
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Well balanced exposure with good detail on the right side. Excellent picture.

 

Looks like she has quite a few more years left. Wish I could hear the stories from her youth. In fact, you may want to capture those for posterity as well.

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This is a wonderful photo. Depending on the lady's personality she may like the super-sharp rendition, or prefer something a little softer. I've taken the liberty of giving it a bit of a misty look - what do you think?

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Lovely picture. I am of the opinion it would look better in B/W. I loaded it into Photoshop to illustrate my point.

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The look in her eyes and the set of her mouth and the tilt of her head says to me, "I've seen a lot and I would love to tell you all about it."

 

It also captures a certain poise and grace and a sense that she faces life head on.

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