- free photo gallery for digital and film photographers

You must enable cookie in your browser.

You must enable JavaScript in your browser.

Photo "You`re my sunshine 2....."

photo "You`re my sunshine 2....." tags: portrait, woman
50% 75% 100% EXIF
your vote

Voting is allowed only for registered users, you need log in.

You`re my sunshine 2.....
This shot is the 2nd one in this portfolio of my girlfriend. I think I have to correct myself. I wrote it was a B&W portfolio and in a way it is, but I use the new film Kodak T400CN which is processed as a color film which gives it a sepia tone and natural if it was processed as a B&W it would be left without the sepia tone. So in other words I never gave those shots any color changes at all only little but contrast at last. The light is a little flat but maybe people here can help me out. I used a shutter speed of 1/125 sec. and later somebody told me the ideal shutter speed was 1/60 sec. otherwise the light gets flat, is that right or not? Everybody with studio experience I would be very happy to hear their opinion on that. 
mon 16 Dec 2002 17:51
film camera Nikon F90X / N90s
lens Nikon 35-105mm
scaner Epson 1250
comments (6 from 6)
all comments descending
MihF MihF #1 mon 16 Dec 2002 19:07

very expressive portrait.

Irina Savkina Irina Savkina #2 mon 16 Dec 2002 19:12

I like very much this caught moment you`ve got. But I think, that a bit to much light on her face- cheek, forehead and nose, no?

Jose Sarmento Jose Sarmento #3 mon 16 Dec 2002 21:12

You show us a great work with the light. The pose is very good and the Lady very nice. This is an excellent photograph. My congratulations, Rune.

Kang Cao Kang Cao #4 Tue 17 Dec 2002 04:52

So lively and delightful expression which you caught. Beautiful girl and excellent portrait! Congrats!

sergei m sergei m #5 Tue 17 Dec 2002 06:56

I think it is a great portrait. I don`t think a little flatness has anything to do with the shutter speed. I was assuming that the studio strobes fire at about 1/250; we know there is nothing wrong with the studio strobes.
I also think that color processing of N400CN is way too expensive. However, the result is great.

Fernando Dinis Fernando Dinis #6 Wed 18 Dec 2002 02:24

I like the expression, excellent wotk Rune Rune!