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In his eyes.

By CecilyC
This is the third shot from my school project years back. I hesitated whether or not i should upload this picture - not because it wasn't beautiful, I know it is - but I suppose my hesitation was more due to my feelings for this particular shot. I LOVE it, naturally. But the gorgeous guy in the shot is an old love and I remember taking this shot, stoned in love, and then when I first saw the outcome I remember thinking that you can see it in his eyes, how much he loves me, how much we share. Perhaps it sounds silly; well, Im sure it does, but you know there are these moments in life, these moments you know you'll always remember and always cherish. (no matter if you're only 16 or 61) This is one of those moments of mine. I hope you see beyond the portrait when you look at this image. At least I do.
Thanks for having a look, and sorry for the long description Smile (oh, and please note that this photo is scanned so the quality isn't the best! thanx)
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Tags: Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: MDaniel, DolphinLady, mickf1 and 15 more


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Hanners 15 875 10 Ireland
5 Nov 2006 3:35PM
photography is as much about emotion as it is about beautiful landscapes or any other image. It's easy to shoot beautiful landscapes (for some people), but much more difficult to shoot emotion. You've captured an emotional and personal moment and that stands out, so this is a great shot for me.


CLIX
5 Nov 2006 4:03PM
I agree with the above. A good portrait should have the subject's personality coming through, a feeling that is associated with that specific person as they convey it. If well captured, as you have in this shot, the other considerations can almost become secondary. Like the shot and keep em coming.
Andrew
5 Nov 2006 4:07PM
The description alone is worth a click Cat. It certainly takes me back to times gone past, that I love to relive in my mind from time to time. Wonderful thoughts.
John x (-:
bliba Plus
15 2 Austria
5 Nov 2006 5:51PM
very well captured and a great description!

well done


ollie
DolphinLady 14 54 1 Wales
5 Nov 2006 9:27PM
Well captured.
Those eyes speak voloumes.
I was going through some old pics of mine last night, looking at images very similar to yours.
As you said, age doesn't matter, it's what's in the heart.
Hilary
JimV 14 6 3 Canada
6 Nov 2006 1:28AM
What with all you yourself have divulged and the previous comments, there's not much more I can say except thanks for sharing. It's great being eighteen although a bit hard for me to remember back that far!
Great shot, even better write-up.
Regards and thanks for your comment, I'm still very low on the learning curve I'm afraid. Jim
chrissd 15 304 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2006 5:10AM
superb capture, can feel the emotion flowing out of the image, the hardest thing in the world to capture
chris
RobinF 14 83 1 England
6 Nov 2006 10:21AM
Original, unique and moving portrait. The eyes say everything in this shot and you're to be congratulated on capturing the emotion so brilliantly. - regards Robin
wakima 14
6 Nov 2006 10:54AM
Lovely shot Cat, well capture...i like it a lot
Mariela
mickf1 14 2 England
6 Nov 2006 5:57PM
Well captured moment, lovely shot.
Mick
PLCimagery 14 77 1 England
6 Nov 2006 6:29PM
I think your description says it all. I believe most people are lucky enough to experience such emotion in their life (however it eventually turns out!!). I say most because I'm sure not everyone does. (Christ - I almost sound old and wise?? maybe just older!!!!)

Anyway i think it's very personal and for that you get a CLICK!
KKmoments 14 12 1 United Kingdom
6 Nov 2006 11:06PM
Great portrait... your description sums it all wonderfully and his eyes say it all....well done on capturing 'the look of love'....
Karen
Richard707 14 14 United States
7 Nov 2006 6:52PM
I think this is a sweet picture. And it does remind me of being fond of someone. It's tender.
joseph 14 England
8 Nov 2006 10:15PM
A great portrait...It has meaning and it shows...Click.
Arcticfox 16 22 Scotland
11 Nov 2006 8:55AM
A lot of emotion in both the shot and your recollection, well done, the beggining of a successful career?

Peter
ChiliMan 14 135 17 Singapore
14 Nov 2006 3:35AM
Don't be sorry about the long description - I loved it. And it adds to the picture - which, I must add, doesn't really need any help 'cos it's a wonderful shot.

I know what you mean about moments you'll always cherish - and you're so lucky to have caught this one with such perfection Smile

Andrew

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