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photo of someone living on the streets.
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Brilliant.....fantastic detail,expression is great....nice work
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Well timed; superb tones, features and detail - he oozes character
Great picture. A little more space between the top and side of the head is all that's needed here that I can see.
great detail just right for me.lesley
Everything you want in a picture great subject, wonderful detail and look even better in b&w. Great work...
Great shot. Tracy
A superb portrait, especially in mono. So much detail in every aspect. I agree with Leighton about the space at the top of the head especially.
An amazing portrait.
Good choice of subject, great black and white tones, good to see right into his eyes.
Hi Linda and welcome to EPZ.
This is a terrific shot, - full of character that any pro would be proud to have shot.
It can benefit by adding some space to the left for a more balanced appearance, but the basics are all excellent, - the pose, eyes contact and cigarette.
It works well in this toned monotone, - it accentuates the grittiness of the character.
I have loaded a couple of mods, - the last one has the space added for comparison, - easily done in Photoshop.
All I have done is added some more contrast using curves, and sharpened a little, The second and third mods have a different toning that you might like also.
Lovely work, - hope this critique is useful,
a stunning bit of portaiture, great pose, good eye contact and the mono conversion suits the subject. you obviously managed to get him to position, its a shame you didnt ask his name, it makes it so much more worthwhile and somehow tells more of a story.
Absolutely superb well composed capture. To give it that bit more impact and to emphasise the wrinkles in the face and hands I would have gone for a really high contrast image ~ see my mod.
thanks all for the helpful critique, most appreciated and all tips taken note of. this is why i think i will love this site because i can see i am going to learn from you all.
Superb shot. In my book, worth a hundred 'votes'.
Well done. Love the mood, the look in his eyes.
Great portrait Linda with loads of character and detail.Brilliant!!!!
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