Monday, July 13, 2009

Hand In Foot

It's been a while since I've posted any new photos. I've been too busy (or lazy... take your pick) to go out and do much shooting of late.

However, I did recently attend a Pidyon HaBen and, of course, I brought my camera and made a pain of myself. :)

Canon XSi, 18-55mm lens at 55mm
f/5.6, 1/20 second

As usual, comments, criticisms and critiques are welcome, appreciated and encouraged.

The Wolf

Previous Photos:
Brooklyn Bridge
Ducks on Golden Pond
April Showers
The Tranquil Road In the Marsh
Are You Looking At Me?
Sunset Over The Hudson
First Day of Spring
Duck Again!
Llama -- an Unorthodox Picture
Yellow Flower
Panorama: Empire State
Borei M'Orei HaAish
Floral Macro: How Close Can You Get?
Shutter Speed & Light Trails on the Brooklyn Bridge
On The Wings of Gerber Daisies
Sometimes, an Out-of-Focus Shot Works Well Too
The Ghosts Of Grand Central
Third Night
Shooting From A Different Angle
Sunflower Arrangement (discussion of lens apertures and depth of field)
Empire (basic discussion of lenses)
Hovering Bee
Sunflower Macro
Statue of Liberty
Trinity Church, September 11, 2008
Manhattan Tulips

(P.S. -- Yes, I'm aware that I screwed up the title -- it should be "Foot In Hand." Oh well...)


Ezzie said...

So who won the contest?

G6 said...

That is the most awesome photo!
I tried my hand at this same look here.

Much better in black and white.
The softness of the blanket adds so much.


Ari said...

OK, now we're talking. This is really, really spectacular. I daresay, this is your finest work. Love the focus, the lighting, textures, the scale, juxtaposition, and the black-and-white. This one is a keeper and very, very suitable for framing. Makes an nice pidyon gift :>)

Lion of Zion said...

i'm not sophisticated enough to comment on photography, but i like this picture.

Ari said...

Curious what the lighting source was, the ASA setting, and whether you used a tripod? And how did you get the background so dark?

Tzipporah said...

awwww! TOO freakin' cute!

Btw, your blog template is atrocious in IE8 - the light background behind the text doesn't show up, so it's just dark letters on dark background. Had to switch to Firefox to see anything.

SubWife said...

Wowwww, so touching...