Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D90
Date Time Original : 2009-06-01 00:26:06
Focal Length : 18/1
Exposure Time : 1/125
F Number : 6.3
Iso Speed Ratings : 900
Metering Mode : 5
Focal Length In35mm Film : 27
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop 7.0
Published: Thursday 8th of October 2009 02:05:54 PM
John. Beautiful, you have a lot of ideas and poses, excellent work. Regards. Alberto
Beautiful model and composition.Regards.Janusz.
Very nice, as always John! Best, Michael
Gosh, John, when I get to New York all I get to see are sky-scrapers. --Lannie
Lannie, look out for us next time .. especially if you take the undergound .. :-)
John, This really works well in B&W. The contrasts really keep my eye moving from place to place, but (as with most of your work), my eye continues to return to her eyes. Kudos to you both. Jim Phelps
The perfect model in front of the under construction wall .................... Brilliant
Hy Stephen, it's actually the fire staircase where I was staying in New York, the light source is a window to the right .. :-) Thank you for your constructive comments, it's always pleasant when they are complimentary of course, but please do not ever hesitate to be critical also. Contrary to some of the slogans that get thrown around on the net by people that have little else to say, that is also a major reason why I and others post our work. So often critics notice things that escaped me. Undoubetedly, the model moulded into the background here .. a little like a chamelon does, it's really part of the instinctive ability that some of them possess, it can be very impressive sometimes and I wonder frequently how much is voluntary and how much a part of nature ... it's a far gone analogy, but why do animals freeze when they are aggressed, especially outdoors ... they often disappear to the viewer! A photographer can only hope to seize the moment .. Best wishes, and thank you so much for your support, John
After a bit of days I can return to you!
Mirrored This is great! ...unlike the comments that have been posted previously! I mean, anyone can say "This is Great!". You are looking for constructive evaluation of images on this site. I am frustrated by the frequent posters who offer very little in the way of evaluative comment. They habitually make statements like "good job" or "way to go" or "wow". I find this image very well executed, John. Exposure is good in more ways than just camera oriented. The light is soft and gives good detail of your subject. The background is very interesting. Somewhat of a renovation project or an abandonment waiting for revitalization. The pattern on the left side of the image helps to offset the centeredness of your subject. Yet, it repeats the form of your main subject. She intended to strike this pose, I am sure. Her disheveled hair even mimmicks the pattern of streaks and splotches upon the wall, and her pose immitates the abstract darkness of the side border. What is really cool is that as a photographer, you were able to capture it and have it make an impression on so many others! BTW, this is "so fine"!
The Attic .. ..