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Discussion in 'People' started by dtbh, Jul 11, 2007.
Taken with Nikon D200 and Nikon 85mm/1.4 in available light.
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Wow! Just incredible images here Banhup. Doesn't get any better.
These are awesome! Great lighting, focus, composition and colors.
#1 is just outstanding!
Where did you shoot these? Obviously not in a studio, right? I'm trying to see the reflection in his eyes but I can't quite make it out.
Wherever it was, it made for an awesome "catchlight" in his eyes.
Wonderful Banhup. The character in this gentleman's face is just super. I am assuming that these are part of your natural light series?
i love both these ...fantastic!!!! ..keep em commin...;-))
Both awesome! I love the first one... the eyes are incredible.
Thanks Peter! Glad you like them.
Thank you Rick!
Thank you to you too Dave!
#1 was taken in my hall with the window light from his right while #2 was taken at my pergola...both in available light. Thanks!
Yes, it is Gordon. I am still very much into available light photography.
He is my gardener whom I seldon get to talk to as he usually comes in during the weekdays. I saw him resting under a tree last Sunday which gave me the opportunity to chat with him. After a while it struck me that he makes a good subject and it was very nice of him to agree. I took the 1st scarf I managed to grab from my wife's cabinet (not the best of colors :redface, gave it to him and he did the rest.
Thanks Gordon for your kind comments!
Nute, I am glad you like these too. Thanks!
#1 is my fav too. Thanks Anthony!
Beautiful as always. You manage to find the most incredible faces to shoot and you have such a gift for seeing the light.
Thanks Stu! I am truly honoured by your kind words.
Beautiful images my friend! Wonderful...
Banhup, you have truly mastered available light photography.
Thanks for the nice comments Michael.
That's a great honour, Roy. Thanks so much! :wink:
Wow! I really like the color, light, skin tones of these - high quality images as always.
Beautiful images Banhup. Excellent!
Thank you Fred. That is one of the many advantages of available light photography...shoot on the go and easier to maintain good color and skin tones. :wink:
Thanks Phil! Glad you like these too.
Amazing shots. The color is astounding. Very well done!
Thanks so much for viewing and the nice comments, Mark! Appreciate it.
Brilliant! That first one reminds me of Manuel Libres Librodo Jr..