This shot was taken late in the afternoon, facing east. This woman entered the ruins of a famous restaurant that overlooks the northern part of the Dead sea...Exposure metering was locked on the highlighted background.
Scan from a film print (Kodak ISO 200) with post-processing: contrast/brightness and unsharp masking adjustment that fit the original print.
*** Repost info ***
This edition is a negative scan product (unlike the first, which was a print scanned on a table-top scanner), thus captured with superior quality. In addition, I have increased the contrast and shrpen the picture.
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jiherka (4552) 2005-10-12 14:41
Nice picture. The hot colours of the desert make a good contrast with t he frame.
Well odne Chen
elihesamian (26149) 2005-10-12 14:46
A very nice light controlling you did with a great used of a real frame here and making a fine silhouettes here,well worked and composed and great one,Chen,
Clairedelune (4923) 2005-10-30 0:04
This is better IMO than the first posting. Clarity is better, and colors too. I like that black silhouette against the really bright landscape. Good framing too. I like the fact that the shadow is dark. Sometimes, I find that we try too much to open up those shadows. I like it that way. Great job!
aznegrao (10316) 2006-02-13 13:54
Cores fantasticas Chen!!
Otimas nuances que transmitem uma atmosfera bastante agradável, interessante e poetica. Gosto desse enquadramento.
- Copyright: Chen Guttman (pilpel-adom) (3018)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2001-04-00
- Categories: Ruins, Decisive Moment
- Camera: Canon EOS 500 N, Canon EF 28-80 f3.5-5.6 II, Kodak Gold 200, Hoya 58mm UV
- Photo Version: Final Version, Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2005-10-10 16:38