Corps de ballet

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This topic contains 9 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by  Ian McNab 3 years, 7 months ago.

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  • #9191

    Ian McNab
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    Fuji X-E2 + SMC Takumar 50mm f/1.4

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    #9192

    Anonymous

    VERY NICE TOO–arrangement–side lighting–subject matter all very pleasing…………………

    #9193

    ajroyle
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    I recognise that, Swan Lake isn’t it?

    Super idea

     

    #9194

    Ian McNab
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    Thanks very much, Ken. Glad you like it.

    Swan Lake, John? Yes, indeed: well spotted!!! 😉

    #9195

    Anonymous

    Margot Fonteyn–thats a story in itself.All the fame and she is buried in some unkempt half forgotten grave deep in –ah forgotten-one of the South American contries-PPPP???? My dads cousin was often her stand in and in late sixties me and my sister were invited to have tea in her dressing room at the Manchester Opera House.So there–she is second from bottom in Ian”s photo.

    #9197

    Pete Robinson
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    Thumbs up from me as well. That little lens pops a punch. Very sharp with great contrast.  Deep blacks and clear whites with a good tonal range. I like the texure the lighting has created and it all fits together nicely in a square box. Nice on Ian.

    #9198

    Ian McNab
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    Thanks very much, Peter. I’m very pleased with the way vintage M42 lenses perform with Fuji X cameras.

    #9199

    Ian McNab
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    ‘Entropy’: final picture in series…

    Entropy
    Fuji X-E2 + SMC Takumar 50mm f/1.4

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    #9206

    Pete Robinson
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    I prefer the simpler composition of the first photograph. In the second I found myself  beinf led up the central stalk and not sure whether to turn right or left. I’m still on a red light!

    #9207

    Ian McNab
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    Peter >>> Oh dear! Turn right! Turn right! 😉

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