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The fisherman...

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The fisherman sent on November 23, 2014 (17:16) by Mcdowell. 2 comments, 558 views.

at 42mm, 1/100 f/4.0, ISO 250, hand held.

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5 persons like it: Dino Torri, Nickburen, Nico Vit, Stex, Veris

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sent on November 24, 2014 (17:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello, I'm trying like others following a revaluation of the Forum section of Juza then follow a ladder to comment your photos, I hope it gives pleasure:-D

1. Technique: the selective focus that you used, but decided not excessive like, makes the subject stand out, maybe I just closed a minimum of more in order to have the hair perfectly in focus as the rest of the face, do not disturb in any case.
2. Composition: a big fan of the portraits tight, even tighter than yours, in your case I would have extended a minimum of more than the shot to the left, to give a little 'more air to the subject, and the dynamic line that part from the eyes of the subject.
3. Blow d 'eye: this is not a picture that attracts, just I watched her, I did not say anything, but I think thisa strength, as the title "The fisherman", so it is also the photo, both do not attract, are not spectacular at first glance, you have to "live it" in some way to understand them.
4. Creativity: Well the composition is very classic and the pose is natural, a portrait "of the past" if you will, still enjoyable!
5. Post-production: the development of black and white sounds great, the light falls perfectly on the subject by highlighting all the details, you would not look for special effects and a photo like that I think is important to maintain the "simple" also post production.
6. Strength of the subject: The subject is clearly the center and the only focal point of attention, eyes stand out very well and leave an idea of ??waiting, at least in my view, that is very well soggect.
7. Strength of 'author: I had a look to other b / w you in the same gallery, I liked, your stamp emerges enough from your photos, as do portraits pretty "simple" is even more difficult to bring out .

That said I think it showed that I like photography, has meaning, nice work!
Hello and good light

sent on November 25, 2014 (7:52) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanking you for your kind and very technical assessment, also rich in suggestions, I confirm that the photo is actually born by chance when the Fisherman was listening my friend and two other fishermen who had spent the night at the lake.
It 'was very interesting to talk to him, he told me his life and that in facing the current difficulties, was a baker. A good person, just as you say, the kind that you would never look even in photographs, because it is not modern. I am very well prepared for the people who are a bit 'hidden, because they often reveal aspects of life that we do not consider, and we always pose a series of deep reflection. We parted with a handshake and a mutual wish.

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