An old friend I took a candid of. Haven't seen her in over a decade since I left England. This was pushing my aging EOS 20D to the absolute limit, I think I took a fair bit of noise out In the edit but I honestly don't remember, it was a long time ago.


I wish I had my full frame 6D back then, but it hadn't been invented. You never have the camera you want...

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The 20D when it was released (2004!) was known for very good high ISO performance, with hardware noise reduction, but honestly it wasn't that great. High speed B&W would still leave it in the dust.

@sullybiker They say that the best camera is the one you have in your hands at the right moment. The camera you had did its job, didn't it? :)

@SeventhMagpie Oh for sure. I don't think it's a great photo, but it's a great photo of Katherine. Very much captures what she was like, so it's quite sentimental for me.

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