Well, why not, I figure I’ll take the “standard look” and get it out of the way.
Ricoh GRD3 The most difficult thing for me is a portrait. You have to try and put your camera between the skin of a person and his shirt. ― Henri Cartier Bresson
During the weekend I hate to shave, I’d rather go free and let the beard grow a little bit. If you look closely you’ll notice the goat-t more marked, its my usual look, but gosh it feels great! Olympus E-PL1, Panasonic 20mm 1.7, Grainy Filter, SOOC (I just love this combo!)
Just wanted to give a quick update. Thank God, things are turning around and all towards the best. Here’s another post titled “Self Portrait #2” which continues to explore that deep intertwined relationship between photographer and camera and how those two are able to mix and portray a mood. Cheers and stay tuned for Saturday’s Weekly installment, think of a documentary adventure as I took a trip to [to be continued . . .]
There is no single form or style of portraiture. Portraiture means individualism and as such means diversity, self-expression, private point of view. The most successful images seem to be those which exist on several planes at once and which reflect the fantasy and understanding of many. — Peter Bunnell A new genre I’m excited to have embarked on. For me portraits are emotional. They are free and they reflect my mood and that’s my goal with these new series. Self Portrait #1 shows a glimpse into the soul of this photographer.