Taken with a Canon Canon EOS 350D Digital + Tamron 17-50mm.
* Exposure: 1/640s
* Aperture: f/6.3
* ISO Speed: 100
* Exposure Bias: 0/2 EV
* Flash: Flash did not fire
* Exposure Program: Aperture priority
* Focal Length: 29 mm
The dedication refers to MB Schoenfeld - a widely known, newly announced Tai-Chi grand master and world-class teacher. He is also married to his lovely wife Anne - a former Miss Hamburg. This gorgeous beauty will be featured on Light Infusion and the best is: completely nude...
Just kidding - the only nude body parts you'll see on this site are my dirty feet.
As to this picture it is quite obiously developed in what I call "a chromasia beachcombing style". David J. Nightingale is the master of aesthetisizing normal objects found on the beach into pieces of art. Take a look at these entries on his site Chromasia to know what I mean.
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wow, wonderful shot, brilliant compostion (rule of thirds!), depth-of-field well chosen and used and the lens seems to have a pleasant bokeh.
Posted by murat at November 26, 2006 11:05 PM
Posted by agonie at November 30, 2006 11:09 AM
Nice sharpness and selective focus. "chromasia beach combing style" :) I get it--this is right in that school. Great shot.
Posted by Lunamania at March 27, 2008 8:26 PM
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