This is one of my earliest pictures I took with my Nikon FG camera back in the mid-80’s, circa ’84 or ’85 when I was a teenager. My friends Victor and Willie look over a book while waiting for an elevator in one of the buildings of Columbia University Medical Center in New York City. Without the fancy aid of an LCD screen to look at a shot before or after taking a picture like we’re so used to nowadays, I discovered when I got the prints that I had greatly underexposed my shots. This particular picture proved to be a keeper however and turned out to be one of my favorites.
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The under exposure gives the photo a very intimate feel – sometimes it’s good to get it wrong! 🙂
Definitely a keeper!
Very nice, glad you kept it and shared it with us.