Friday, October 02, 2009

Silhouette of a Woman Reading


ISO 1250 ~ f/3.2 ~ 1/200th ~ 70mm

...Taken on the Electreechka while enroute.

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8 Comments:

  • how does she feel about this picture? ;)

    By Blogger Becc@, at 1:03 AM  

  • She was none the wiser, since I had my huge telephoto lens on, and was swinging it about freely and carelessly. I casually placed it on my lap, turned live-view on, focused, and started shooting away until I got the proper exposure that I was looking for. She was engrossed in her novel, apparently! ;)

    By Blogger Ryebread, at 5:43 PM  

  • Oh.
    Guess I don't ever wannt to be around you when you have your camera! haha.

    By Blogger Becc@, at 12:48 AM  

  • Lol, Becca@!!

    By Blogger Andrea Herrlinger, at 7:00 PM  

  • I casually placed it on my lap, turned live-view on, focused, and started shooting away until I got the proper exposure that I was looking for. She was engrossed in her novel, apparently! ;)
    What a novel shot! (sorry about the lame pun) Do you use the live view frequently? Unfortunately my camera doesn't have live view, but I'd probably use it a lot for macro photos. Anyway, I like your photos. :-)

    By Blogger Johan, at 8:06 PM  

  • @ Becc@: Hmm... Never have known you to be afraid of something so trivial as a friend's camera! ;)

    @ Johan: No, I really don't use LV that much, other than for shots that I want to get a perfect manual focus on, or (as in this case) for getting shots of people unobtrusively. LOL!! loved the pun!

    By Blogger Ryebread, at 2:28 AM  

  • Weeeell, I'm usually not, but with someone that can do it without me noticing me, and then on top of that post the picture on his blog. Now THAT *would* feak me out of my mind.
    Stay out of my sight with that camera, dude. :D lol. (Not that I'm worried about that right now... :P)

    By Blogger Becc@, at 1:24 PM  

  • Yes, Ma'am. I'll try to keep my big Canon out of WI if that's what you wish. (So, NC is not far enough for you, huh? I have to be in RUSSIA in order for you not to be worried about it. You must think a LOT of Canon glass. Wow.) ;)

    By Blogger Ryebread, at 5:46 PM  

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