Dreaming in Black & White

© John G. Clifford Jr

<b>Dreaming in Black & White</b>

Uploaded: April 16, 2006

Description

ISO 100, Pentax SMC Takumar 50/1.4 (M42), approx 1/2 sec @ f/5.6 (shutter opened for 1.5 secs, a book used as 'shutter', because beeping of self-timer would wake subject), image desaturated in Sigma Photo Pro raw processing software, post-processed in Picture Window Pro v3.5

My son, slumbering in the afternoon, illuminated through sheer curtains. Do people really dream in black and white?

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Comments

Kay E. Mahoney level-classic April 16, 2006

Beautiful capture John. He's adorable. #428152

Inge S. Lasmana level-classic April 16, 2006

Wonderful moment, John. Love how you present the image in black and white. Inge #2650931

Kristi A. Howson April 17, 2006

Such a precious moment so well captured John!!! #2652986

John G. Clifford Jr April 17, 2006

Thanks for your kind words. #2653367

Terry L. Ellis level-classic April 17, 2006

Truly wonderful capture, John! #2653378

Lee Anne French August 07, 2007

Photos of sleeping children are always lovely, but this is especially poignant. Beautiful shot, John. By the way, browsing your gallery has me suspecting that we hail from the same area. Are you in the Seattle area? I'm outside of Olympia. #4613370

John G. Clifford Jr August 10, 2007

Yes, I live on the Eastside. I dunno if it's coincidence or not but it seems a lot of Puget Sound photographers are on BetterPhoto. #4626834

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