Gene Tadlock  


Anyone Home? by Gene Tadlock

November 2019 - Anyone Home?

About the Image(s)

Sony 6500, 30mm, ISO 6400, f-5.6, 1/50.

Experimenting when I got a new camera. A halloween party at our local clubhouse. Taken from inside shooting out.


5 comments posted

Dave Edwards   Dave Edwards
(Groups 23 & 51)
YIKS! Sure glad to find out it was taken at a Halloween party. Exposure and sharpness both in good shape. You're on your way with your new camera.   Posted: 11/08/2019 16:37:01

Geoff Shaw   Geoff Shaw
Good effort - exposure and depth of field both spot on (I assume the camera is smaller than full frame to get that depth of field at f5.6). A polarizing filter might be useful in this sort of situation to reduce reflections on the glass. Or maybe have something identifiable this side of the glass to make a reflection that complements the monster outside (another monster? Pumpkin face? fairy with wand? etc. and adjust the lighting on the internal subject to balance the reflection with the image through the window). Just some suggestions to think about for next halloween. :-)   Posted: 11/11/2019 00:25:55

Lou McLove   Lou McLove
I think this is a great idea and a nice image. To my eye the exposure is well done. Shooting though a window is quite tricky, I like Geoff's suggestion for a polarizing filter. In my opinion the focus is off, the window mullions are sharp by the demon's face is a little soft. I would prefer the face to be the sharpest part of the image. Overall a nice image.   Posted: 11/11/2019 18:08:09

Jill Edwards   Jill Edwards
Great idea, agree with above comments. If it was a setup it would have improved the shot if that fabric was not covering part of his face. Love the colors.   Posted: 11/12/2019 05:20:20

Chuck Carstensen   Chuck Carstensen
Scary! A great example of having a camera with you at all times. You nailed it. Ill bet the scene was gone in a flash.

  Posted: 11/12/2019 17:57:32

 

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