Variation 4

By woolybill1
Trio: Allegretto ma non troppo.
For Joline.

For description and explanation see Theme and .

Tags: Photo journalism Black and white Portraits and people

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SUE118 Plus
11 8 1 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 7:23AM
Another super shot, really enjoying this series.Smile

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barbarahirst 10 27 12 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 8:07AM
these have been great fun to see,,,
not sure this one does anything for me
perhaps a bit more of the stars face would have made me happier
24 May 2013 8:15AM
The tables are turned.... His turn to look worried.... That guy behind is just waiting for the nod from the jilted barmaid, and he's reaching into his inside pocket....

An interesting sequence, Bill, but unfortunately an insight into the workings of your psyche that has left me with a vague need to seek some form of counselling...
nonur Plus
10 18 13 Turkey
24 May 2013 8:32AM
Another super framing, Bill. I like that musical phrase as well.
Thank you for the appreciation! Yes, it was for a local TV channel.
Jasper87 Plus
9 2.1k 155 England
24 May 2013 9:08AM
The most sinister of the series... a cold war message drop?

Dave
cats_123 Plus
15 4.9k 28 Northern Ireland
24 May 2013 9:41AM
"The Visitor"? This works best for me...the concentration is on the man in the bg about to either pay for a round or shoot the barmaid...the head is just a visitor to the scene...could be the start of an interesting series GrinGrinGrin
cats_123 Plus
15 4.9k 28 Northern Ireland
24 May 2013 9:41AM

Quote:The most sinister of the series... a cold war message drop?

Dave

a little George Smiley in there? WinkGrinGrin
Rende 12 38 4 Netherlands
24 May 2013 10:09AM
I love the composition; excellent series Bill.
Regards,
Rende
Joline Plus
13 30 53 United States
24 May 2013 12:29PM
Oh I really like this....in fact I think it's the best of the series. He looks like an actor in an old James Bond film. Great crop!
franken Plus
16 4.9k 4 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 12:29PM
Another excellent and interesting addition to the series Bill.

Ken
Daisymaye 10 23 16 Canada
24 May 2013 1:10PM
Now we see who the real bad guy is. Not my favorite of the series but it does take the story down a different avenue......Sandy
24 May 2013 1:35PM
A nice essay from the one image Bill, I'll be back in later to catch up with the story which looks interesting.

Dougie
TrevBatWCC Plus
10 13 12 England
24 May 2013 2:11PM
You certainly got a good variation of shots from here, Bill - another fine bit of work Wink
Trev Smile
myrab 13 United Kingdom
24 May 2013 4:43PM
This is a good series of B/W pictures.

myra
25 May 2013 12:21PM
The gaze still is past the lens and maybe just maybe you lifted your head to the left and pressed the shutter, your elbows braced on the table to steady the camera and make the sitter look at you and not the camera.
Marvellous picture story Bill, many of us will think about the crop tool now I hope and not just use the full image as frames in the camera.

Dougie
Just goes to show what one can do with some creative work and some clever cropping.
22 Feb 2019 11:06AM
neat! The cropped guy makes the picture even more interesting..!

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