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Discussion in 'Stroll Photography' started by pawzitiv, Jan 4, 2012.
Throwing caution to the wind with handheld night shots whilst walking the dogs ..
...and still nice and sharp....and very evocative! Nice one...
Arie, let's all throw caution to the wind! I look forward to the continuation of your nightly dog walk pictures, very much.
Excellent image quality - is it the camera and the lens? But irregardless, the feelings elicited in me are that of being almost alone...in a very cold and quiet place, yet I know you have your faithful friend by your side...probably wanting to move along to experience more enticing smells in the dark. Quietly beautiful and a lovely black and white.
Always fascinating to see how darkness and subtle light can change such ordinary subjects. A good reason to stroll, Arie.
Can anyone participate?.......if it's jsut your pix then I will delete with pleasure!
This shot while 'walking the dog' at night using 3200iso and 50mm lens at f2;
Thanks, BB. I used the venerable GF1 and 20/1.7 combination for this image; ISO3200 is quite usable if you like B&W images with some "hair". When I saw this building detail, I immediately thought the only thing missing was Philip Marlowe standing semi-silhouette leaning against the bricks.
All nightly dog walkers are welcome to contribute to this thread. Thanks for posting your image.
Indeed, Philip Marlowe must be just around the corner, Arie.