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By paulashby
I know a lot of you will say " it needs cropping, his heads in the middle of the frame" well I tried and it didn't work so here 's the full frame, I love his expression
and calmness and the light was great.

Tags: Portrait Portraits and people

Voters: Cormy, saeidNL, luckybry and 6 more

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Cormy 10 3 England
17 Oct 2011 5:04PM
Wonderful detail in the face but I am going to say it.A square crop from the bottom improves it no end.But hey its your picture not mine.

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saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
17 Oct 2011 5:04PM
Good portraitWink
paulashby 9 10 1 United Kingdom
17 Oct 2011 5:07PM
I promise you Alan I tried but it lost something, but I understand where your coming from.Grin.
Cheers Saeid
rontear Plus
15 8 8 England
17 Oct 2011 8:03PM
Dignified gaze, a face of experience Paul. Beautifully taken.
paulashby 9 10 1 United Kingdom
18 Oct 2011 1:22PM
Cheers Ron.
Dave87 Plus
11 42 5 England
29 Oct 2011 11:27PM
By moving the subject up in the frame makes him more dominant (forceful) when probably a very kind and gentle man. The poor state of the brickwork and timber also provides the viewer with a feeling of the suroundings. A face that has lived life and been superbly captured here.


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