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Ocean Grove, Barwon Heads river, at sunset, Geelong, Australia

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Photo taken in Paramore concert @ Garuda Wisnu Kencana, Bali
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Copyright 2007 C. Novack, NO PERMISSION granted to reproduce or use any part of the photo.

I have joined a 30 day B&W 'challenge' in which one can explore the principles & techniques of B&W photography, utilize them, share techniques, and give & receive helpful critiques on one's work. This was my Day 5.

Photo is of my youngest child. I so love this one because the expression is just pure JOY.

Technical:

My thanks to Gilad for the wonderful information on exposure in this journal [link] Especially on the techniqe of Underexposure with flash fill.

Aperture: 4.5
ISO 50
Shutter 1/800 sec
Taken at 5:30 with strong sunset backlighting.
Flash used at a distance of 4 1/2 feet away from subject.

Converted from color
Automatic Saturation Enhancement Bias: More Colorful Strength: Strong

Channel Mixer: Output channel Red Setting at 42% Red, 21% Green, and Blue at 22% with a Constant set at 1%

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negative scan.


old one.


:music: [link]


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Pattaya City View, Chonburi, Thailand
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Exodus in Nosturi, Helsinki, 2011
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My aesthetic choices are influenced by juxtapositions between control and spontaneity whereas; my emotion dictates what position, structure, or impulse I lean toward. When my life is in a calm state, I find myself experimenting with new techniques, styles, applications, or mediums. However, during times of chaos, I work closer with tedious elements represented by the use of decorative line, geometric shapes, and reoccurring form. I use mind-numbing consistency in my artwork to figuratively control change. This happens because we live in a world that is forever fluctuating, and I often find myself wishing that I was still five, when things did not matter, and life was not set around a concept of time.
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By screwing around.

"Full-view" recommended for detail.

Sort of inspired by the work of Andrea in that I'm not usually motivated to photograph air shows.
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