Who is the farest of them all?

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© Scott Anderson
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Photo Info
UploadedDecember 28, 2007
TakenAugust 6, 2007
MakeCanon
ModelCanon EOS 5D
Exposure1/80 sec at f/2.8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length24 mm
ISO1000
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Q: How can we write our story in hindi fonts

A: Do you know?

Photo license: © All rights reserved

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.

42 responses

  • James Wei

    James Wei   said (28 Dec 2007):

    Wow, stunning!!!

  • Cody Hanu

    Cody Hanu (Deleted) gave props (28 Dec 2007):

    Moving...O_o

  • Yale Gurney

    Yale Gurney said (28 Dec 2007):

    One of the better photos I've seen on this site. Well done doesn't say enough.

  • Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson said (28 Dec 2007):

    Thank you all for commenting. I just came to this site the other day and I hope to be a regular contributor to it. You all have made me feel welcomed here!

  • Reese M.

    Reese M. gave props (29 Dec 2007):

    a very creative shot!

  • Martin Kibble

    Martin Kibble said (29 Dec 2007):

    Amazing!

  • Laurie Search

    Laurie Search gave props (29 Dec 2007):

    Very cool. Such a unique perspective.

  • Massimo Valicchia

    Massimo Valicchia said (29 Dec 2007):

    Great composition, perfect to tell a story

  • A Martin

    A Martin (Deleted) said (29 Dec 2007):

    Great angle and composition.

  • Winston D. Munnings

    Winston D. Munnings gave props (30 Dec 2007):

    This is certainly a 'unique' perspective. Lens choice is PERFECT.

  • kevin stewart

    kevin stewart said (30 Dec 2007):

    Strong editorial. Puts me in the mind of a movie with dark themes

  • Carl W. Nunn

    Carl W. Nunn gave props (5 Jan 2008):

    you and the 24 are right on i think i love the 24

  • Paul Lavallee

    Paul Lavallee gave props (21 Jan 2008):

    great idea & well executed

  • Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson said (24 Jan 2008):

    Thanks to everyone that has commeted so far. The 24mm on my 5D [ with it's full frame sensor ] was just about the only combination that would have worked here. A 20D, 30D or 40D at 1.6x or even a 1Dn with a conversion factor of 1.3x wouldn't have worked. From the lens surface to the railing behind her feet was less that 2 feet.....maybe 1/2 meter, or so

  • tom healy

    tom healy (Deleted) said (28 Jan 2008):

    wow.

  • Christopher Long

    Christopher Long gave props (7 Feb 2008):

    Absolutely beautifully done!

  • Sagi Shapira

    Sagi Shapira gave props (9 Feb 2008):

    very creative perspective!

  • Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson said (14 Feb 2008):

    Thank you, All, for taking the time to comment or to make this image one of your favorites! It means a lot to me that you recieved this with such warmth and praise.

  • Lee Dobson

    Lee Dobson gave props (6 Apr 2008):

    well composed... tastefully presented!

  • Jay El

    Jay El gave props (9 Apr 2008):

    This is one fantastic photo, Scott!

  • Christine Lukowicz

    Christine Lukowicz said (24 Apr 2008):

    whoa!

  • Holli

    Holli gave props (25 Apr 2008):

    Wow - extremely theatrical.

  • Michael Livingston

    Michael Livingston said (3 May 2008):

    I love the ambient lighting, it really adds to the romanticism of the shot

  • Robert Parks

    Robert Parks gave props (4 May 2008):

    love the title

  • pdtnc

    pdtnc said (23 May 2008):

    interesting angle, tastefully done. cool.

  • David Bowden

    David Bowden   gave props (19 Jun 2008):

    Very nice shot. Angle, light (works real well) and composition are perfect. Instant FAV. Nice shot !

  • peggy gardner

    peggy gardner gave props (23 Jun 2008):

    neato - I had to keep looking because it didn't look like the same person to me.

  • Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson said (11 Jul 2008):

    I am honored by how powerful the response to this shot has been. I have to admit....I was a little scared that it might not fit in on this venue. I am so very glad it was accepted and appreciated by everyone. I consider this to be one of the very best works I have captured so far in my career. Your favoriting it and all the positive comments bring me great joy.

  • peggy gardner

    peggy gardner gave props (15 Jul 2008):

    well, if it weren't for a well placed shadow, I'm sure they would have pulled it. ;o)

  • Jose Antonio González

    Jose Antonio González gave props (23 Jul 2008):

    Very creative, terrific shot!

  • Edson Ruiz

    Edson Ruiz gave props (20 Sep 2008):

    Very creative photo!!! Great story fot the photo.... Love it!!!

  • Christopher Vaughn

    Christopher Vaughn gave props (14 Nov 2008):

    Wow, great shot.

  • Nabil Nabhan

    Nabil Nabhan gave props (2 Feb 2009):

    beautifull art !

  • Karen Zimmerman

    Karen Zimmerman gave props (25 Jul 2009):

    Wow, amazing image!

  • ((pigotta08))

    ((pigotta08)) said (11 Aug 2009):

    fantastic!!!

  • Jorge Galvez

    Jorge Galvez gave props (17 Jan 2010):

    A superb image!!!

  • Aaron Schultz

    Aaron Schultz (Deleted) said (28 Dec 2010):

    Fantastic and unique image!

  • Scott Anderson

    Scott Anderson said (28 Dec 2010):

    Thank you! This is one of my favorites I have ever captured

  • Amanda Garrett

    Amanda Garrett gave props (27 Sep 2011):

    Fantastic photograph! I love love love the POV on this. Very well executed shot.

  • Max Masuda

    Max Masuda gave props (19 Oct 2011):

    Awesome! Love the effect of the lighting!

  • aviana

    aviana gave props (29 Dec 2011):

    Wonderful prof work.

  • Pedro Teixeira

    Pedro Teixeira   gave props (29 Dec 2011):

    Brilliantly made and perfect for the theme.Really pro!Good job,Scott!

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