Mr & Mrs Mills

Mr & Mrs Mills.

Mr Mills who follows my blog can tell his manager (Mrs Mills) they are now famous – as seen on the blogosphere (TV).

I love the way the lighting shows the separation of the legs and makes them also look a bit like a pair of Oscar’s.

Yet another picture of mine that relies on lighting to make shadows that alludes to a story as seen at the time of taking, this has not been cropped later.

When you do this type of in camera composition knowing where the edge of the frame is, is critical. One of my big gripes with Canon and most other digital camera makers is that viewfinders provided do not show 100% of the picture area. Quite often I need to crop out a highlight on the edge of the frame that I could not see at the time of taking.

Technical stuff – 20mm f1.8 lens at f1.8 1/8000 sec 100 ISO.

A big hello to all the new followers of my little blog.

(c) Andy Beel FRPS

10 responses to Mr & Mrs Mills

  1. emmahevezi says:

    this is COOOOOL 🙂 i love the photo.
    i think that you are right about the fact that some cameras cut out certain areas of a picture, it is terribly frustrating and should be seen to as there is sometimes elements which i want to include, but are cut out because of my zoom… -_-
    but thank you for sharing
    keep smiling


    • andybeel says:

      Hi Emma 98% viewfinder coverage sounds enough but it isn’t when you are used to and depend on seeing the whole picture. Thanks for dropping by and leaving a kind comment. Andy


    • andybeel says:

      Hi Paula thanks for your continued support and appreciation. When are you going to start your blog? its really easy. Andy


  2. LensScaper says:

    That is superb. A clever composition. You are so right with your comment on dSLR viewfinders – it really is about time they sorted that one out


    • andybeel says:

      Hi Andy Thanks the light was just right. I don’t know where to complain to within Canon. Canon appear to be so profit driven that they ask the junior tea boy to test the lasted models. Why not ask real photograhers what they want intead of telling us more crappy video pixels are what we want? Rant over for now. Regards Andy


  3. doephotog says:

    Interesting shot. There are lots of lines that almost form a square for the eye to move from one spot top the next.


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