Eye Close-ups


Before I process an image, I zoom in and check the eyes to make sure they are in focus. If they aren’t, it is not a usable image and I pick a different one.

Soleece. Click the image to see a larger version.

What caught my eye as I was processing images is my reflection in her eyes. I picked two photos to show you. I zoomed in on one eye in each of those photos so you can see 100% “actual pixels” magnification of her eyes. You can see my silhouette in each photo. The first photo is a horizontal image so my elbows are at my side for stability.


The second photo is a vertical image so my right hand and arm are up to hold the camera in a vertical position. In her eye (image below) it looks like my left arm is up because you are looking at a mirror image.

Soleece. Click the image to see a larger version.

You can tell from these eye close-ups, especially the second one, that I am standing in the garden next to our front porch. The level of the porch is just above my knees which  put me at the right height to do bench portraits.

The first three articles in this series are at the links below.

Soleece Links

Before The First Photo Shoot

The First Click of The Shutter

Soleece – A 24 Minute Photo Shoot