Sunday, 22 August 2010

Pinged!


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18 comments:

anjoe playhouse said...

The smile on his mouth showes a confidence to the photographer, YOU!!! Great shot ;-)

Mildred said...

Love the slight smile and the spark in his eyes!

Woody said...

great portrait, excellent in monochrome. Cropping adds to the image. two thumbs up!

Ann said...

Excellent, now that's a portrait. Who is he?

PS. Did you get my email sent during the week?

Julie said...

Firstly, no cropping involved at all. This is per camera! I converted to b&W. Secondly, it is my son.

Ann, yes got your email. Shall respond later this evening.

Joan Elizabeth said...

Oh how different your portraits are from those at the beginning on 100 strangers. You are not only lopping off heads but chins as well now and doesn't it make the image dynamic.

Julie said...

Taa, it was taken in the same session as the one of his hands with the phone (and indeed his portrait of my eye). I sat across the pub table from him as he 'fiddled' and just focussed on him hoping he would look up eventually. Bingo!

T. Becque said...

Great portrait, I love the framing.

J Bar said...

Yeah, the framing creates a bit of mystery. Somewhat intriguing.

Bogdan Stelistul said...

Salut!!!My name is bogdan from Romania!!!
We can be friends ???
http://bogdanstelistul.blogspot.com/

RuneE said...

You caught him as a b & w should be caught - well done :-)

all ways 11 o'clock said...

Julie
A wonderful shot his look of mischief is grand.

~robert

michael bird said...

Good one, Julie, and I like the pub as a photo shoot location.

Misalyn said...

Love it! Great shot Julie...while looking at the image, I feel like he's looking at me.

Carolyn Ford said...

Very handsome young man! And, what a great perspective, Julie...very nice photo!

Dragonstar said...

Such a fine portrait. I love it.

StateOfMind said...

1822 bar in NS?

Julie said...

No no ... The Australian in The Rocks ... short memory, hey?