Published 17 April 2008
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haggis basher |
17 April 2008, 22:31
For me its a no….
I wasn’t going to comment until I seen the question.
For me it lacks a subject and the kids slide and pole are too far up the frame to hold my attention.
Jeff Ambrose |
17 April 2008, 23:44
I like it reminds me of a camera toss.
18 April 2008, 06:28
I guess the thing is every photo has a meaning relating to time and place to the photographer…I guess there needs to be a little more for the viewer who is unconnected. Like Mike I probably wouldn’t have commented without the question…but I guess that is also the beauty of film…that accident will always be there as part of the set…
18 April 2008, 17:19
I do like blurred film shots of children. This one needs a bit more of the slide and the action, or perhaps something going on in the large patch of grass.
18 April 2008, 18:07
I agree with terrorkitten…
And to be honest the result is not bad at all !
19 April 2008, 18:09
I had the same problem with this camera! And the shutter was loud, and it was always going off at the weirdest times and freaking people out. I never quite got the hang of the 645 and eventually traded it in for my current Hassy. I remember it having a great lens, though, really striking sharpness and beautiful bokeh (maybe even nicer than the Hasselblad in that regard).
As for the photo, it’s not my favorite of yours, but it does have a certain something. It’s a Pentax emulating a Holga!
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