136 grainy granny


"Old woman selling fried dumpings" at floating market, Thailand. (Canon S70, 2005)

Nov 14, 2005

11 comments:

Leo said...

Grainy indeed. I'd suggest bumping down the ISO setting on your digi-cam in situations like this.

Keith said...

Slightly to grainy granny for my liking loved the cadilac

j a m i e said...

Interesting - usually your stuff is so crisp - I like the grain in this. It sorts of adds to the feeling of poverty.

S. Crypt said...

I went through all your posts -- wow, you travel a lot in so little time. Spectacular photos, various cameras -- Are you a journalist or something?

pilgrim said...

Like the composition and the grain.Kind of ghostly look

Sidney said...

A bit scarry! Could see her as a ghost!

brossanova said...

I love the composition, but the grain is too much, I think. Anyway, it gives a ghostly look to the photo ;)

David Kapp said...

I think this one is a bit too grainy for me. Did you add the noise in PS?

outdoorexposure said...

yep, i add noise in ps, maybe too much for some expectations:-)

Legabal said...

Awesome! I like this master piece:textures, reflection posterize, portrait.Great work!

jlbussey said...

I think its the grain on on the face that's bothersome. The rest is fine, it makes it look like an old slide or something out of a really old magazine. I like what it does to the water and the other boat in the background. But the face has so much noise that it looks like the light is coming from the wrong direction or something. All in all I like it, because it's timeless, it could be this year or a century ago.
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