I want to talk about old pictures and images for some. This is my aunt, Lilly,early 1930s, photographed in Lyons,France where I am from. In its original print before this scan, it was silver and black that looked as though it was printed on metal paper. The lighting, the hair, the style truly captured its time and becomes a classic beauty, a real jewel of photography. It is for all purposes a great Stock shot with many potentials not to mention a period piece.
..OK…so the first rule of thumb with a G9 camera from Canon is..CHECK THE BATTERY STATUS first…it loves the juice…..
After a false start, due to to the above fact learned the hard way!!! I came home and decided to use it where I would normally use my BIG GUN camera. This is fine for me here since my final intention was to produce the result on the web rather than on a page..(yet to be tested).
So for my other blogsite…http://www.matthewapcefood.blogspot.com
where the recipe and layout is
I shot this image,”Cilantro Shrimp in Plantain Cup” hand held, under a low lighting condition. The anti shake feature came on automatic and the result in Raw seems fine. I also shot a small jpeg with to see how the camera program would interpret it, which it also did very close to my taste. My next trial will be on an assignment….
Eager to try the new Canon G9, I went to Miami Beach in the morning. This top left image was originally shot Raw…100ISO..the next converted to BW in CS3, and the third with filters applied, cross strokes and water colors..all images here are at 72ppi jpeg for the web..
Lately there has been discussion on one of my favorite sites…http://www.luminous-landscapes