Momentary Stillness


You can’t tell from there, but her molecules vibrate at a much faster rate than yours or mine…

I actually had to use a faster shutter speed just to combat motion blur.

9 thoughts on “Momentary Stillness

  1. Karim D. Ghantous says:

    This is absolutely beautiful! In every way. This is one for the wall. You know it and I know it. 😉

    I can see why you love medium format film. Just amazing. You really do have to see these shots massively enlarged, preferably by photochemical processes, to appreciate their technical qualities.

  2. Peter | Prosophos says:

    You have a Nikon D810 and you are still fiddling around with medium format film? Good for you! This is a beautiful portrait Mark.

    I also like the “slice of life” images from the previous post.

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thank you, Peter.

      You know as well as I do that the 810 ain’t got nothing on the Pentax (or the Mamiya) for output and creative experience…


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