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    1. 51 months ago | reply

      The top lighting adds some cool shadows to this image and helps really sell a mood of on the job. His race is rock sharp and kinda pulls the focus off the camera which also helps push the reality of this more and more.

      His attention into his camera and not yours is what makes this 100% work...if his eyes and attention were anywhere else I think you lose the are pulled in and this makes you wonder what he is filming and where are we?

    2. Nichole Bowen Photography 51 months ago | reply

      Normally, I don't like too much shadow on the face, but I think it works very well here because of the atmosphere and lighting you have. The tones and focus are absolutely beautiful, as well. Nice work on that!! I actually really like the cigarette in his hand, even though it's out of focus. I think it adds to the mood you're trying to set. The only thing I don't really like is the busy background.

      Nice work, though. (:

    3. Hammonton Photography 51 months ago | reply

      excellent point of view. i love seeing photographers taking pictres, videographers with their cameras in hand, makeup artists applying makeup to their clients, poets writing, painters paiting, etc.
      I've always been a huge fan of watching an artist at work.. because that is when the magic happens. It's almost like a 'behind the scenes'. They are going somewhere in their mind, often somewhere that most people will never know. They see the product for their masterpiece before they begin, and they see it much differently than your or I do.. just as you would see your photo subject different than I would see them if I were photographing them also.

      I dunno it's just so neat to me..

      I love the B&w. fantastic detail. great lighting
      overalll i just looove this!!


    4. Randi Cowin 51 months ago | reply

      I like this picture a lot. My eye was immediately drawn the the cameraman and not to the camera itself, which surprised me since the equipment has such a large physical presence in the shot. So, great job on that. I agree that the shadow over his face really works well in this image to create a "feel" as does the darkness and monochrome color you've chosen.

      If you could blur the background a little more, especially in the ceiling area, or clone them out completely to clean it up I think the image would be more powerful. As it stands I do find those things a little distracting. Maybe it's because they are large enough for your vision to register but your mind can't comprehend them either because unidentifiable or because they don't seem to be truly part of the scene.

    5. Jonathan Kos-Read 51 months ago | reply

      Thanks for all the comments everybody. As always, a great help and always interesting to discover, to the photographer's surprise, what people do and don't like about a photo.

    6. ChrisK 99 51 months ago | reply

      Oh shit! My monitor is fucked!!!

      Oh no, you've just crushed the shadows.
      Bit tight on the left too, no??


    7. Lito AKA Lito [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

      Oh shit! ChrisK 99 is fucked!!!

      Oh no, you've just crushed the shadows.
      Bit tight on the left too, yes??

      -Voted deleted2 (from the DEL*TE ME! Uncensored! grou)

    8. pedro youme 51 months ago | reply

      this is just plain boring
      Oh no, you've just crushed the shadows.
      Bit tight on the left too, yes??

    9. -nyctreeman- 51 months ago | reply

      big meh


    10. Unlabeled11 51 months ago | reply

      I quite like the light contrast, but the picture itself is not very inspiring.

      Deleted, sorry!

    11. J-Bones 51 months ago | reply



    12. Mawhrin Skel 51 months ago | reply

      I like it, despite it's technical problems



    13. 51 months ago | reply

      you seem to like awards


    14. word artist 51 months ago | reply

      This award acknowledges the high quality of your comments on the five photos in the "Life Thru A Lenz" photostream following this post. Thank you very much. We value your contribution to the group.

      Your achievement has also been mentioned within the Golden Lens Club (December) thread within Life Thru A Lenz (Comment Group).

    15. daveish182 51 months ago | reply

      I'm torn, as the deletes are winning


    16. ☻M€rcỲ☺ 51 months ago | reply

      I think there are too many deep shadows in this. The band of shadow across the cameraman's eyes is, to me, a fatal flaw. To me, a lot of the most interesting shots involve emotion and you can see most people's expressions in their eyes. Because you can't see his eyes, this is just someone operating a large camera. The composition is nice and I like how it is put together, but it really doesn't evoke any emotions.

      -Voted "deleted" (by the DEL*ETE ME! Uncensored Grou)

    17. edmund fraser [deleted] 51 months ago | reply

      cool, but not much to it really

    18. Jonathan Kos-Read 51 months ago | reply

      Ha. Thanks everybody. So I'm out. Cool group.

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