Street Portraits Published on March 12, 2012 Comments 22 Day by Day written by Jorge Ledesma Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related
Jorge, this is a really strong portrait. love the composition with him tilting his head out of the frame and all of the beams
what an intriguing shot! not sure how you processed this, but it has a distinct lack of depth to it, which is very interesting.
Thanks everyone for your kind words, I really appreciate it.
Very nice work.
Great composition!!! I also like your processing
Great capture and processing!!
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Se ve bien callegera pero sin duda alguna hi sites un trabajo extraordinario !!!!!!
This is a great image 🙂
Thanks Kimberly I appreciate.
wow, it looks like a painting!
Great to see you posting again Jorge.
Love this image, I find it very emotive and I like your presentation.
Jorge, How did you get the look of the photo? It looks like a photo-realistic painting. Also, was this a recent shot at the Gusmen?
Hello Victor, thanks, its been a while. Yes indeed, the Gusman center is right there on the right side of the frame. As far as the frame, it was shot with a Panny G1 and a manual focus lens Olympus 50mm, zone focused. The actual processing of the image went through Lightroom 3 and Analog Color. Downtown is my usual stomping ground and this gentlemen is a regular from around the streets. Love your site by the way, started following it.
love the depth of lines and the expression. captures the struggle.
Thanks Mack, I appreciate your insights. This gentlemen is definitely on the struggle, I believe he is also psychofrenic as well, often times we cross paths and I contribute with this cause.
that´s the way we all go.
Indeed Rey, I’m following that path as well. Saludos.