zumishi

zumishi

Posted on 07/13/2015


Photo taken on July 11, 2015



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Rg Sanders
Rg Sanders
The shadow detail was critical to the composition. Your exposure metering is always accurate and this image demanded precision to make the perspective work. Back in the day we would say this type of image had, "sparkle"..
2 years ago.
zumishi has replied to Rg Sanders
Thank you for the comment. I'm afraid I couldn't get what the last sentence mean.
Deciding exposure is always difficult for me being put between two figures.
2 years ago.
Rg Sanders has replied to zumishi
Sparkle iis a subjective term. It is achieved by having the film toe and shoulder completely utilized It's not just not blowing highlight or losing detail in shadows. The composition must also have detailed specularr highlights that have gradation and rich black elements in areas that require no detail. Neither imaging equipment nor technique logically assures the effect. It is a gift that occurs from time to time. Sparkle as part of an assessment of a black and whitecomposition is a high complement.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
zumishi has replied to Rg Sanders
Thank you for the explanation. The expression "toe and shoulder" is new to me, but I think I understand the meaning. Thank you again for your comment .
2 years ago.