Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2006/04/06

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Subject: [Leica] Alternate Whispering
From: bdcolen at (B. D. Colen)
Date: Thu Apr 6 13:12:40 2006

Definitely the original, Tina- But this is a classic example of why
photographers shouldn't put captions on photos, except where required in
newspapers and magazines. Again, I don't see whispering; I don't see
religion; I don't see call to prayer- I see father and child. Yes, in a
photo story this image may say every one of those things - but you're
showing an individual image. Just put it up, and let it tell it's own story.

On 4/6/06 4:02 PM, "Richard S. Taylor" <> wrote:

> Tina - Have been following the discussion of this image closely even
> though you haven't heard from me.  Cropping out the watch was good.
> The new image with the focus on the eye is even better. The look in
> the father'e eye, the tilt of his head and the way he's caressing the
> baby's head all come together powerfully in the alternate.
>> PESO:
>> Some of you wanted a different focus point on the Whispering photo.
>> In this one I focused on the father's eye but that means the closest
>> point, his hand, is out of focus.  Which do you prefer?  Thanks for
>> the editing help!!
>> - focus on eye
>> - focus on hand
>> Tina
>> Tina Manley, ASMP
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