PHOTO: Eilen Jewell (Madrid, Oct. 2011). Fotos de Pedro Muñoz.

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Eilen Jewell (Madrid, Oct. 2011), un álbum en Flickr.

Dejo aquí unas fotillos que el compadre Pedro Muñoz le hizo el pasado domingo a Eilen Jewell y su banda en El Sol (Madrid). Lo pasamos la mar de bien, he de decir, Eilen & Band estuvieron estupendos. ¡Salud!

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2 Responses to “PHOTO: Eilen Jewell (Madrid, Oct. 2011). Fotos de Pedro Muñoz.”
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  2. Hanar dice:

    Good thoughts, Frank. One has to find what works best for you. The plobrem I see is that some photographers want to put down people who use the image review. I talked to Jim Brandenburg a few years ago, and he feels that the use of the LCD review of images gives a more organic approach to photography. This is not about “editing” as you go, but truly about being connected with the subject as you shoot. What Jim means is that you can look at your subject, then at the LCD review and make changes while you are with the subject, changes that are true to how you are experiencing the subject compared to how the camera is interpreting it. For me, that is so important. More than once I have changed my composition because I found that the image as interpreted by the camera is not doing what I really want it to do as I shoot. Many photographers (including Ansel Adams at times) used Polaroids to check what the image looked like because what we see and what the camera sees are two different things. The LCD is simply a way of helping us better see how the camera is interpreting the scene. Rob

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