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’sContinue reading “Self Portrait #2”
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 genreContinue reading “Self Portrait #1”