After I came out of the exhibition I was stood waiting for my wife when I eye fell on these two ladies having a chin-wag. I took a couple of shots and didn’t think any more about then until I got home. I took the shot at f/1.4 the picture takes on a magic quality in my eyes. But I’ll leave that to you to decide dear reader
1/80, f/10, ISO 400, Aperture priority
Sony a7 iii
A nod to 1940s screen star Veronica Lake. If you aren’t familiar with her work I suggest “The Blue Dalhlia” with Alan Ladd which was released in 1946, the year I was born.
Olympus OMD-EM1 with 12-40mm f2.8 zoom, processed in Snapseed.
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One of the things I miss photographing right now is people in cafes. This was taken in a cafe in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. I loved the simple scene of every day life.
I was out searching for people moving in and out of shafts of light and was not having any luck. Just as I was about to give up he walked in front of me and the light highlighted his face. He saw me but I didn’t care.
Sony a7iii – 24-105mm
He didn´t know I was there 🙂 hihihi
This one is not analog but digital !
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Although this picture of my daughter looks posed, it’s more of a candid. Emily was ironing at the time . It just goes to show you don’t have to travel far to get great shots.
Nikon Nikon 50mm f1.8 at 2.5