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Still Not Amused

By Jaye
Blk/Wht. version of my lady from Ayuttaya Bangkok...She was actually a vendor sitting on a straw mat selling food..On my way back she was lying down stretched out asleep.Since being home I have regretted not giving her some money as she was very old and don't think she was selling very much. And Paul I couldn't recognise what the food was..

Thank you BillS ,AlanBW , and Barbaraj for your comments on the previous image I had to delete it because you were right Brian it wasn't as sharp as the colour one it was a different photo. lol..Thank you Brian for being so observant....Judith

Tags: Photo journalism Black and white Portraits and people

Voters: nmurray, NevP, neddyseagull and 23 more


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Comments


otter 9
23 Mar 2007 11:29AM
great portrait, such a weathered face, i'd like to know her story. Interesting character study. Love it in b/w
louise

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23 Mar 2007 11:43AM
brilliant shot,sad story,dave
Danny_Peters 8 159 England
23 Mar 2007 11:45AM
Damn, that was one tough paper round. Great portrait. A perfect face for mono Smile
NevP 10 853 13 Canada
23 Mar 2007 12:38PM
Wonderful character portrait - she looks like an aged Don King! Wonderful.
BrianSS 9 362 38 England
23 Mar 2007 12:46PM
It looks good in either colour or B&W.
cantona43 Plus
10 922 4 England
23 Mar 2007 2:16PM
Brilliant mono the textures and tones are spot on
Neil
bliba Plus
10 2 Austria
23 Mar 2007 3:58PM
prefer the bnw version..but you know me .....I'm a sucker for bnw

have a great weekend
ollie
23 Mar 2007 7:32PM
the conversion is really strong Judith. Only nibble for me, it needs more space at the bottom.
TonyFrith 9 3 6 United Kingdom
23 Mar 2007 8:22PM
What a super portrait shot of an interesting character
Tony
Jaye 10 3
23 Mar 2007 9:53PM
Thanks everyone, Koen I could have left more space cropped a bit tight thanks for your advice....Judith
mollye 9 3 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2007 10:58AM
Great portrait Brilliant textures and tones of this interesting lady.
Her expression is sad though nice story and title
Mol
canongirl08 10 18 United Kingdom
24 Mar 2007 3:28PM
Great conversion!
Love this in colour and b+w
click
regards
chelseak
KBan Plus
10 486 4 England
25 Mar 2007 7:17AM
great shot Jaye
regards
keith
thorn 11 124 2 Scotland
25 Mar 2007 2:04PM
Hi Judith,
I prefer the b/w version,great character work and contrast.Take care.AnnSmile
tull 12 181 United Kingdom
25 Mar 2007 5:53PM
The b&w suits the image well Judith.

Mark.
elcid 11 150 England
25 Mar 2007 7:31PM
Superb shot, great contrast in B&W.

Bill.
DP_Imagery Plus
11 24 6 Wales
25 Mar 2007 7:41PM
This works brilliantly in BW as well Smile Bruce
Hanners Plus
10 875 10 Ireland
25 Mar 2007 10:47PM
hey Judith, how are you doing, so nice to see you posting again I've missed your images. This is such a fine portrait as are all the others in this series, which I've clicked. Welcome back




Tony
John_Humphreys 10 69 2 Ireland
26 Mar 2007 9:42PM
Works equally well in B&W or colour. Such an interesting human subject. John
clevercloggs 11 237 2 United Arab Emirates
28 Mar 2007 2:46PM
good conversion, like the tight crop.
Amazing hair. Good but piercing eye contact.
elph 10 10 Russian Federation
28 Mar 2007 7:30PM
An awesome candid portrait! One of the best your works!

Serge
TracyK 10 4 Netherlands
14 Apr 2008 11:28AM
A really great character portrait.
Tracy

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