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Taken only in candle light with no tripod. No crop, no editing...

 

Camera: Leica M-P (typ 240)

Lens: Noctilux-M 50mm 1:0.95/50 ASPH.

 

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The no manipulation ethos here is certainly admirable.

But some cropping from top and right edges would not hurt at all and would make the figure less centered for a more dynamic relationship between the figure and the bright background area.

There is a hint of something on the lower edge of the frame just below the face.

It would be good too see more of that or crop it away entirely.

But you are getting the full performance out of the Noctilux here and that itself stands for a lot.

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The no manipulation ethos here is certainly admirable.

But some cropping from top and right edges would not hurt at all and would make the figure less centered for a more dynamic relationship between the figure and the bright background area.

There is a hint of something on the lower edge of the frame just below the face.

It would be good too see more of that or crop it away entirely.

But you are getting the full performance out of the Noctilux here and that itself stands for a lot.

 

Hi Neil, 

 

Thank you for your  comment along with your suggestions. 

 

I did what you've recommended and it seems better but not sure if I should share here again. 

 

Regards,

 

Yavuz

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Fine as is... if the no-editing choice is a principle for you... well that's a very respectable choice : digital has opened an infinity of possibilities around (not that at film/paper times, and even on dias, there were not, indeed) , but deciding to stay away and concentrate on waht one can get out of his camera is an interesting and demanding exercise, 

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