Category : People
Submitted: 9 years 1 month ago
Date: Jul 29, 2010, 4:59:02 PM
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Fantastic your gallery, Robert
Thank you so much Armando!
Thank you Paulo!
:o) simple people, great people... great image!
Thank you so much Vlad and sorry for my late reply!
When I'm looking your photos from India people, I admire the friendly look of all people looks like. And I think your approach helps a lot to transmit these feelings. Great Robert.
Yes they are very friendly and welcome me every time. India is beautiful in this way!:-)
Thank you! Robert
There's nothing to discuss Mr. Robert! :)))))
There's only one thing to suggest. Why don't you right a travelers book? With your great photos and the stories around them, I'm sure it will be a success.
Oh yes! I had this long in mind to do so but i am so afraid sitting and writing that i will miss great moments like this:-)
Excellent photo. I love this B&W and the theme is very interesting. Congratulations for this out standing photo.
Thank you so much Carlos for your comment!
Great Photo and the B&W is superb!
Thank you so much Carlos!
Arghhh ... i need to go meet you in India !!! This is SUPERB !
You will be very welcome Rui!:-)
The work process you describe are very much as the one I advocate ...photo is just not 'taking' pictures is share one view we had once in a fragment of a second.Doing good portraits ( like yours) is much about get acquaintance, conquer confidence from whom we 'steel their souls.'We can see that in here by their shy but lovely smiles.GF
Thank you so much Gabriel! You writing out of my soul!:-)
Thank you so much Jose!
ISO 3200? It doesn't look so, there's no much noise.
Yes it is ISO 3200:-) The new sensor generation has a good advantage. Even in the low light situation with high ISO when sufficient light is there the noise is very less. The higher dynamic range causes by the high ISO is very welcome for b/w pictures.
You do what's right and the only way to respect people and get great pictures. It takes time but at the end it is very gratifying. Great photo, my friend.
Thank you Rui, you say right with getting good pictures that way. But there is more! Relation and understanding! Living with them even only one day is an experience and a challenge of course. Leaving a good impression behind helps all of us! At the end if i have one single good picture than i am a happy man for this day.
Please look also at te work from Vlad Dumitrescu! He is a master of this kind a portraits!