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Flight

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
A couple of talented dancers from our local ballet school.

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Dan,

I adore this work! You have captured the flight so well. Bresson would have been jeous thrown away his Leica!

Well not quite, he was too narcissistic to ever do something that rash, but I am sure he’d be impressed, as you have caught the peak “angelic moment” of free flight.

Kudos!

I must commend the folk, or you yourself on the lighting and black b.g.

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
Asher is right.
It is a very beautiful work.
You have amazing headshots ! Welcome to the forum. :)
I could understand that you work using A3+...

 

Dan Hilton

New member
Dan,

I adore this work! You have captured the flight so well. Bresson would have been jeous thrown away his Leica!

Well not quite, he was too narcissistic to ever do something that rash, but I am sure he’d be impressed, as you have caught the peak “angelic moment” of free flight.

Kudos!

I must commend the folk, or you yourself on the lighting and black b.g.

Asher
Thanks so much for the positive comment. I have a couple others from this series that I will have to post. The black back ground helped especially with the dancer in white.
 

Dan Hilton

New member
Asher is right.
It is a very beautiful work.
You have amazing headshots ! Welcome to the forum. :)
I could understand that you work using A3+...

The dancers were shot with a A7rii. I have since sold that and to my mind upgraded to the A7iii. I use that A7iii and the 70-200GM for my headshots.
 
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