canon 28-135mm f/3.5-5.6 is
Wow, confusing light. Almost looks like she's chromakeyed into the scene.
yeah, it's really weird. it was late in the day, with sun breaking through clouds, and various obstructions, and she looked amazing, like she had her own spotlight. i played with the contrast and dodged herlegs a little, but not much! i can't really figure out why her legs are so bright compared to the guy next to her. i guess he's just in her shadow, and wearing black pants.
i would be scared to take this pic, as she would probably come over and kick my butt! great attitude and shot matto. i love how she is in her own light as you say and is rightfully the center of attention. ;-)
great shot, I like the guy coming in on the left, his body outline looks like its actually cut out of the brick wall
wow, great shot. the glasses and the brick wall are captivating. awesome.
~she does not look happy with the lens pointing in her direction, which makes the shot IMHO, more of a spy shot than a candid street shot...the frame seems a bit askew, tilting down and to the right, could be easily fixed with PShop~
thanks for the comments. btezra, she had that look long before I lifted the camera. That's why I took the shot.
Wonderful. I love the way the various disparate elements come together here.
Yeah, she definitely has a kick your ass look. What was she scowling at if not you, Matto?
Matt... it's true, i swear! i think her stance had something to do with the fella beside her.
As for scanners: best bang for buck is probably the nikon coolscan v, at least from everything i've read. it's the only one i've used apart from the coolscan iv, and it's definitely an improvement over that one. minolta's are apparently pretty good too. stay away from canon i think. send me an email if you'd like any pointers, film scanning is a whole world of its own.
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