|Copyright: daisy daisy (daisydaisy)
|Date Taken: 2016-02|
|Camera: Sony alpha 230, Sony 18-55|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2016-02-06 13:18|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|SONY DSLR A 230|
Iso : 400
Temps d'exposition : 1/50 sec
Ouverture du diaphragme : f/5.6
Paris, Musée Rodin.
She is Madame Fenaille, elegant lady, I love so much the beauty of her face, a beauty much appreciated by the classical art drawer in general.
See this link to know more about Madame Fenaille in Musée Rodin.
In the museum, no flash, no tripod allowed .. that's OK for me, this is how I roll.
But it's just a photo of sculptures, where is your effort ?
- Go to the museum, try to take a photo by selecting the pov as you want, in just 2 or 3 minutes and try to have nobody in the background.
Light source from the window behind me.
Madame Fenaille, the perfect feminine touch.
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Very well composed and the main figurine is a strong focal point, with the soft focused figures in the BG. Arty image.
- [2016-02-07 4:29]
Chouette cadrage pour cette belle sculpture qui m'a toujours fasciné.
Not an easy shot but you have managed very well. Exposure and focus is good. Love the position of the main subject is good and the random position of the other subjects give a feel of it being part of a ruin.
Jean a raison en dehors da la beauté la sculpture es chouette. Et quelle couleur!
Tout çà nous est venu par ton image.