AvaloniStudios

07 Jun 2008 613 views
 
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Get a Grip!

Being able to grasp somthing tightly with your hands is a blessing believe me. Ask the girl who can't clench her fist or hold her spoon because she has athritis in her hands.

Wasn't sure if I wanted to put this picture up here, not as sharp as I would have liked. but if you don't take a risk you'll never learn. Right?  Hope ya'll have a fantastic weekend, I'm going up to connecticut this weekend. Taking a well deserved break from work and will also hit the old town and explore some old run down buildings. God bless you all.

 

 

Get a Grip!

Being able to grasp somthing tightly with your hands is a blessing believe me. Ask the girl who can't clench her fist or hold her spoon because she has athritis in her hands.

Wasn't sure if I wanted to put this picture up here, not as sharp as I would have liked. but if you don't take a risk you'll never learn. Right?  Hope ya'll have a fantastic weekend, I'm going up to connecticut this weekend. Taking a well deserved break from work and will also hit the old town and explore some old run down buildings. God bless you all.

 

 

comments (4)

Very nice and original shot Adah. I find that the slight blur gives more strenght to your message!
Enjoy your well deserved weekend.
All the best. Richard
Ada Emihe: thanks richard...
  • Ezenwanyi
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 8 Jun 2008, 21:47
Hello Adah! love the pic.
Ada Emihe: thanks eze....i have a friend called eze...
  • Chichi
  • United States
  • 16 Jun 2008, 18:24
Nice concept. It is sometimes hard to get such pictures as sharp as you would like. What I recommend is bumping up the ISO and increasing the shutter speed. Try this shot at an ISO above 400 and increas the shutterspeed. See what happens.
Ada Emihe: thanks alot chichi for the advice. I actually took your advice when I was out photographing today and it made alot of difference. Thanks for stopping by.
  • tim
  • leeds uk
  • 19 Jun 2008, 17:16
the other half i seesmile and yes she has a eye for a shot too, quality stuff, great idea and execution and i feel the softness /blur has worked well with the image, nice onesmile
Ada Emihe: thanks Tim...I love this image too and I'm glad you like it.

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camera NIKON D40X
exposure mode shutter priority
shutterspeed 1/5s
aperture f/5.3
sensitivity ISO200
focal length 46.0mm
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