Asking for a little help here. It was a dark and overcast day, around 3PM, the air was almost misty. Canon F-1N, 50mm 1.4. Ilford Super XP-2/400. The first one is f/11 & 1/60, the second is f/5.6 & 1/125. The first one might be a little overexposed. The second is a crop, but I composed it to be cropped to this. It looks like what I wanted it to look like, but the wires in the front of the dash are distracting. It was mostly an exercise in mastering the manual focusing, and an attempt to get the layers of reflection/window/car/dog, subtracting out the color. I was trying to visualize it in b&w, but didn't see how bright the white wire would be. If it wasn't for the wire and the little bit of the photographer, I would think it was exactly right.
Agree? Disagree? Please add more.
The straightforward criticisms and suggestions I've received here have been fantastic, very helpful. It takes a while to get a photo that I think is good enough to post here, even knowing that it is somehow flawed.
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