a man reading the "Israel Today" newspaper

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benefits from being viewed on black

P.S. Turns out, the man I photographed is a well known Israeli actor Yosef Carmon. Guess this officially makes me a paparazzo :)

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  1. AJH. 60 months ago | reply

    Dude. Great shot. Did you ask to take this? In fact, I've been wondering what the ratio of asked to candid is in your stream...

  2. Rundadar 60 months ago | reply

    @Zo - no, I didn't, shot through the glass. The ratio would be something like 1:100 :)

  3. alessio grazi 59 months ago | reply

    this Amazing Work is born from a Noble Soul !

    please add to :
    Royal Group (Post 1 - Give 2 Crown)
    Royal Group, 16'000+ Flickers wear the Crown !

  4. Ian Brumpton 57 months ago | reply

    A great take!

  5. 0zzie 56 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Decisive Moments... Classics in B&W, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  6. Ray maï 56 months ago | reply

    Well, good hmmm... everything is good here!

  7. krembo1 55 months ago | reply

    משהו בפריים הפתוח יחסית עשה טוב עם המקום והמצולם,
    למרות כל הבלאגן לכאורה מאחוריו- הוא היחיד ש"מעניין אותי",
    מצוין.

  8. OrangUtanSam 54 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called READING THE PAPER, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  9. l3ettina 52 months ago | reply

    hihi.. his expression makes me laugh! great capture!

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  10. AJH. 49 months ago | reply

    Just came back to this. It's epic.

  11. InvernoDreaming 29 months ago | reply

    Great portrait, love the deep blacks and his slightly disapproving look. And the guy's famous to top it all.

  12. Marco de Waal 24 months ago | reply

    Nice picture! Excellent B+W!

    Regards,
    Marco

    Website

  13. Maurizio Targhetta 19 months ago | reply

    amazing portrait and great b&w!

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