Beverly Caine  


ROLLING CIGARS by Beverly Caine

November 2020 - ROLLING CIGARS

About the Image(s)

Took this image a few years ago while on a tour of Little Havana in Miami with our camera club.

Shot with a Canon T2I and Tamron 16-300 lens at 52mm ISO 200


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5 comments posted




Lloyd Delaney   Lloyd Delaney
I like the composition very much and especially the depth of field. The attention goes right to the hands.   Posted: 11/03/2020 14:48:37



Jamie Federick   Jamie Federick
Your depth of field is outstanding. Love the subject too.It really tells a story!
  Posted: 11/08/2020 14:25:03



Mary Walsh   Mary Walsh
Beverly, I agree that your choice of focus and depth of field are great. They really focus attention where you wanted it. I was wondering about one thing. Did you add the words in the upper left?   Posted: 11/09/2020 08:07:00



Margaret Sprott   Margaret Sprott
I am a little bothered by all the out of focus stuff. I may have tried to crop it so just the hands are showing. Maybe that would not tell the story as well though.   Posted: 11/09/2020 09:05:29



Emily Kawasaki   Emily Kawasaki
Bev, I like how you focused on the person's hands rolling the cigar. Having the rest a bit more blurred due to motion etc. creates a nice vignette effect and really draws your eye to the person in action. Great shot!   Posted: 11/17/2020 13:00:14