lance at the bite 'n brew
canon 5d @ 3200 iso
sigma 20mm f/1.8 @ f/4
His face looks like it's seen as many miles as his boots, which are nicely exagerated by the perspective. This image demands stories to go with it -- excellent. Wish I could see a print, as the screen doesn't give that face the detail it must contain.
Nice - how does it look in b&W?
here is a black and white version:
and here is a detail:
Such an intreaging character.
Like Peter mentioned "This image demands stories to go with it", but I think leaving it with no information allows us to conjour up our own stories.
If it wasn't for the pacman machine he's sat infront of, and the zip detailing on the close up you provided I would have found it hard to date this picure.
Its great ;)
He reminds me of that knight from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Although, instead of offering kind words to Harrison Ford, he's offering me a chance to run away before he breaks my knees for attempting to beat his score.
You can smeel the leather, the smoke and dust.
This one somehow reminds me of the carnivale series. He seems somewhat out of place. =)
I thought Stephen Kings, Dark Tower when I saw this geezer - what a great character. I thing this one is definitely the best of the three versions.
It looks like an oil painting from the old west. I really like how dark it is. Its cool how it feels so formal for a picture of a guy sitting around smoking.
i love the dark mood this ones got. such a raw feel.
Yes, Lance has been and seen. The dead eyes tell it all.