Posted by Mike Cash (Kiryu, Japan) on 26 September 2008 in Business & Industry and Portfolio.
No post-processing other than cropping and resizing. And for the simple reason that I otherwise don't have an image ready to post for today.
1973 Pentax Spotmatic ESII
S-M-C Takumar 105/2.8
DNP Centuria 200 film
Still, that's a good shot. As I said previously, you seem to be getting the hang of this...
26 Sep 2008 1:53pm
@Dan: Well, I'd hate to think that I was getting worse at it. The K100D that I bought in January of last year has about 20,000 actuations on the shutter, and the K20D that I got in July already shows close to 4,000. Even a blind squirrel finds an acorn every now and then.
Good point; wasn't intended to be a backwards compliment. Back to the picture: the implied action, the lines, all that makes this a shot worth sharpening and punching up a bit, IMHO.
27 Sep 2008 2:45pm
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