I like the reflection you got... I didn't appreciate it as much until I tried it myself It wasn't easy for me to get a recognizable, clear reflection. Yours looks very clear. Good job ...
beautiful blue coloring
I wonder whose eye is this?
This is Jake's eye... you have NO idea how hard it was to get the closeup... he's pretty rambunctious!
This is a little late, but I did take this photo with this assignment in mind. I'm just now getting a chance to get this up.
Call me Riz.
hey iam posting this image from http://dgrin.com/showthread.php?p=653614#post653614 this topic of mine.
Date Modified2007-10-10 22:09:50Date Taken2007-10-05 09:21:48CameraCanon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTiExposure Time0.01s (1/100)Aperturef/5.6ISO100
Seems a bit soft, or is it just me?
I think it is a little soft, too. I was trying to capture the wrinkled skin around her eyes. I should probably have focused on the eyeball instead?
hi! i really like this picture of the (peacock?) eye but i agree that the focus has to be on the eye or somewhere where the eye is in the same focal plane as the focuspoint. nice try and try to shoot it again if possible
bandit wrote: »
Hi sorry for jumping straight to this one.
but i saw this today and just had to shoot it .
my little daughter Niamh letting a tear flow free looking at me deeply the emotion is so true i had to absolutly capture it and because its fresh jumped to this assignment.
even if it doesnt pass i thank you for letting share this with you
Nikolai wrote: »
Thank you for your entry!
I would recrop it (too much of a "face-space" IMHO) and probably try a high contrast BW conversion.
bandit wrote: »
Thanks for the pass and also i tried what you said here is the next version
dlscott56 wrote: »
Not sure if this is close enough to meet the assignment scope?EXIF