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Boy in red

Posted by
Sriram (Chennai, India) on 12 September 2007 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

Best buddy - Varun!

NIKON D50 1/320 second F/10.0 82 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Dimitrios from ATHENS, Greece

it is nice to have a best buddy!

12 Sep 2007 6:18am

Josh from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Haha! The brand on his shirt kinda goes with the whole backdrop. Or maybe just the 'Old'. Good picture though.

12 Sep 2007 12:14pm

Celialee from Kyoto, Japan

He has such a cute expression!

12 Sep 2007 3:45pm

Seraphine from San Francisco, United States

He looks like a best buddy- full of life and energy, and willing to share.

12 Sep 2007 4:53pm

Veerendra from Pune, India

hey another cute one !!

12 Sep 2007 6:07pm

Katie from Nashville for now..., United States

I like the tones in this shot. And the smile on his face is so cute...Good work!

12 Sep 2007 6:19pm

Andrew Gould from Sydney, Australia

A very rich image with those colours and textures. Excellent framing.

12 Sep 2007 10:09pm

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

Gorgeous colours and fun portrait...... but he looks a bit of a cheeky fellow to me, about to pull a prank on you no doubt.

12 Sep 2007 11:10pm

Rags from Plano, United States

Great use of the colors in the image. The red in his shirt matches the door and his lips. Everything in the image seems like its meant to be there. Good job Sriram!

13 Sep 2007 3:22am

Erik from Hurdegaryp, Netherlands

Another awsome piece! Not only perfect color combination but also you see the mixed feelings of the boy, I agree with Richard, but these postures of kids conceal their insecurity: to be portrayed, that's quite exciting, but never show you are excited! Good work, Sriram!

13 Sep 2007 7:58am

Varun Mahadevan from Quaker's Hill, Australia

Thanks everyone. I just like all of your comments!

15 Sep 2007 8:28am