jimmy
kodak portra 400 bw
canon fd 50mm f/1.4
Comments:

As always, lovely. This made me smile as soon as I saw it - really nice portrait.

Posted by kendall at August 24, 2004 07:43 AM
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the portraits of the old man are perfect! Nice lights and nice B&W. This one is my favourite.

Posted by digitalDee at August 24, 2004 09:17 AM
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this is amazing. love the lines...

Posted by Chris at August 24, 2004 03:32 PM
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Seeing the other shots, and then this one, it appears you may have moved him/sparkled him with your charm.

sW

Posted by Swerve at August 24, 2004 04:52 PM
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This is very beautiful
The expression on his face is really sparkling

Posted by koozeh at August 24, 2004 05:04 PM
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What a great series! You've really captured a fantastic range of emotion. Just wonderful! :)

Posted by Charlie at August 24, 2004 07:34 PM
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Excellent series... That guy's got character.

Posted by Martin at August 24, 2004 08:24 PM
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~as much as i/eye like the subject matter, tons of personality in his expression and face, the overall brightness is a bit much here IMHO; I suggest using the cvurves in PShop to reduce the whites a bit, possibly pumping up the contrast level and/or some selective burning~

Posted by btezra at August 27, 2004 10:09 AM
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btezra: it looks best like this. it's an underexposed neg.

Posted by matto at August 27, 2004 10:15 AM
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