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" a family portrait / availablelightportrait ":Not one of my typical posts - I used Kodak Kodachrome 64 with Pentax LX in 1992 to capture this portrait.
My late dad reading a bedtime / bed time / story to his granddaughter in Tehran, Iran. I am thankful to him and my mom for supporting my sometimes expensive hobby (photography) while growing up in Iran and encouraging me since the age of 8 (1952).
For the best results, please view this availablelightportrait on black background

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Links to some portraits by Bahman Farzad on flickr.com
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Link to a bedtime story portrait
Link to a window light (windowlight) portrait
Link to a portrait of a flying Dove on black background
Link to a low-key window light portrait on black background
Link to a window light portrait on black background
Link to a window light portrait : a flower girl
Link to a Low-Key portrait (Male African American)
Link to a Low-Key portrait: Female African American
Link to a Low-Key portrait: generic - 6 months old baby/child

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  1. Marwane Pallas 42 months ago | reply

    So touching, so real and true, clearly one of the best photo i've seen so far!

  2. Nicki Fitz-Gerald 42 months ago | reply

    So beautiful. So touching. If you don't mind me saying it reminds me of Charlie and his Grandad in the film "Charlie and the Chocolate factory." A beautiful capture. What a nice memory to have of your dad.

  3. H. Kosin 42 months ago | reply

    Das ist ein ausgezeichnetes Foto!
    Seen on my Flickr home page. (?)

  4. Strength~vs~Weakness 42 months ago | reply

    This is a fantastic image, saying a million and one words, yet none!

    Love.

  5. gelya s 37 months ago | reply

    this photo is kind

  6. Genibell 35 months ago | reply


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  7. joeysoliver 33 months ago | reply

    Woh that is kids 64 at its finest. I love it.

  8. Zippora Madhukar 31 months ago | reply

    this photo captures the mood so beautifully. Nice work

  9. HU XIAOYUE 30 months ago | reply

    It makes me remember my grandfather .
    So sweet !

  10. 菜鸟知叶 28 months ago | reply

    quiet,sweet and happiness moment.

  11. Múspellsmegir 18 months ago | reply

    delicatissima !

  12. ~ Nando ~ 16 months ago | reply

    A touching moment.

  13. pablo.tano 14 months ago | reply

    Awesome capture! I am always looking for grandfathers and granddaughters to take photos to! I think there is something special in this punctual relationship. If you want take a look for my version of a grandfather teaching his granddaughter to walk!

    www.flickr.com/photos/93717240@N04/8523348326/in/photostream

  14. timebeing2013 4 weeks ago | reply

    One of my favourite photos on flickr

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