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Shot with Robin Spohr in August 2007. This is shot with only the light from the chandlier above and behind her head. I was positioned partway down the staircase behind her. She is grazing at herself in a mirror that messures aproximately 5 foot across, nearly 8 foot tall and about 200 years old.
This was a JPG capture on a Canon 5D with a Canon EF 24mm f2.8 lens @ f2.8 Exposure was ISO 1000 @ 1/85 sec. Hand held no flash.
Levels were adjusted in PS and a small amount of "Diffused Glow" filter was added to increase the contrast and take away some of the finer details near the center of the frame. Hopfully focusing the eye more on the overall composition. The fliter also worked to increase the SPECTACULAR light that bounced off the crystals and prizims of the antique light fixture that was mounted almost directly over my head. I was told this magnificent fixture was built in the early years of the 20th century.
Also by Scott Anderson
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