Discussion in 'Animals and Wildlife' started by Milan Vjestica, Oct 24, 2016.
Entia with Bandana by Milan Vjestica, on Flickr
not sure i like the crop so close to the nose, a little more breathing room would be nice there. but otherwise i like this one a lot. b&w works really well, i love the shallow dof and the sharpness of the eye. cute pup.
I agree on the closeness to the nose. The speed she moved at it was the best of a few decent shots. I was too close and had a prime lens on the camera. The processing was based on Fuji Acros with yellow filter.
Thank you for the feedback Beth. Appreciated.
Lovely, Milan. Love the bandana.
it definitely works well. love the b&w tones.
May I guess, an xt2? Great shot and alas a portrait to enjoy!
Ivar, yes it was the XT-2 with the 90mm f2.0. Thank you.
I remember an advise someone gave me or possibly information, that in regard to my photography I should possibly stay with my xt1. with no reference to the image shown here, I have decided to follow that advise and buy actually another xt1 new, as I also have an Olympus 85mm/f2,0 which has become a favourite on an xt1. so an arsenal of 2 times xt1 and an xt10 I am about to become like someone south in England with his three Merlins for my streetlife. May I call them my norsemen?
Ivar, the choice is entirely yours.
I will keep my XT-1 and XE-1 as my holy trinity, for now.
You may indeed call them your Norsemen. Don't worry about those English southerners, they have GAS.
Thank you Milan, I have made my choice, once again? Fuji for me as they now appear as my subordinates named Norsemen. I believe there is great power in these norsemen. You are quite right them southerners have a tendancy of having and letting out gas.
Handsome pooch Milan.
I think the clarity is sensational here. Well done!
Thank you Tony.
A very fashion conscious canine there, Milan.
Especially when being fussed over by 3 females Pete!
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