Thanks Anthony. Its all about light placement.That is a terrific image. His eyes are incredible.
I have done that in the past, but its been done so much that I really hesitate to do so.Awesome shot. Ever think of doing the selective coloring thing on this? I'd love to see everything B&W, but with his irises colored.
Appliance boxes were the best.:wink:awesome image, charles
i miss those days of my youth.... and all those cardboard boxes
thanks for bringing back those memories for us
Logan is a hard target and this I consider a rare shot of him.Oh, that is a wonderful portrait Charles. Focus is just where it should be, on his expressive eyes.
mini-me :wink:and wow, look at that father/son resemblance (from your avatar).
My kids are still that way. Refrigerator boxes made great forts.:biggrin:Great shot. I remember when my kids were young they'd sometimes enjoy the box a toy came in more than the toy itself. And you're right, appliance boxes are the best!
Amanda and Logan do the same thing at work when we have big shipments come in. They are always sad to see the boxes go.We are just now moving into a new house, and my girls have LOVED the milions of boxes laying around. Sometimes I lose track of where they are until they pop out of the top, LOL! Lovely capture of Logan.
Thank you.Looks like a young version of your Avatar!!! Nice shot, such great eyes; the B&W treatment really works here!