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Lighting up the experience

Posted by
Sriram (Chennai, India) on 25 September 2009 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

NIKON D50 1/250 second F/4.0 90 mm (35mm equiv.)

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masoud from tehran, Iran

great portrait !!!

25 Sep 2009 5:31am

Fabienne from Quelque part ou ailleurs, France

a great shot Sriram !

25 Sep 2009 6:33am

LM from Aix en Provence, France

Nice shot, well done

25 Sep 2009 7:30am

Stefan from Thiersee, Austria

Perfect shot, well done!

25 Sep 2009 7:30am

Nina from Haute Loire, France

Great portrait! As you know to do them!

25 Sep 2009 8:10am

k@ from Paris, France

I stay stuck (again !) on my chair by the pure light that it is yours !
No ISO in your EXIF, may I ask which you select to have such sharpness in all your portrait ? Or do you work with a tripod ? Or another secret ? ;)
BRAVO - the light, details on the wise face, and reflections over the glasses are pure happiness !

25 Sep 2009 8:22am

Anthony Thomason from Phoenix, United States

Cool tones. At first I didn't care for the glare in the model's glasses, but then realized that it seems to add a bit of drama and forces the eye to take in the texture of the face, the lines of ethnicity. Nice.

25 Sep 2009 9:36am

grouser from Ludlow, United Kingdom

Wonderfully crisp and beautiful expression

25 Sep 2009 10:04am

Christophe Esnard from Angoulême, France

All your portraits are really beautiful.

25 Sep 2009 10:33am

Ann from Cedarburg, United States

very nice, the tones are great.

25 Sep 2009 10:35am

lux from Munich, Germany

This is such a good one! The tones and the lighting make it so special and narrativ. Love it.

25 Sep 2009 12:02pm

Sarito from Basingstoke, United Kingdom

Great portrait, lovely lighting.

25 Sep 2009 12:28pm

marc battault from clermont ferrand, France

very nice, the features are highlighted!
friendships

25 Sep 2009 12:39pm

Sof from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

MA GNI FI QUE 5*

25 Sep 2009 2:04pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

Superb portrait.

25 Sep 2009 2:09pm

jafar from pakdasht, Iran

Nice shot, well done

25 Sep 2009 3:30pm

Stu from Kyoto, Japan

This is absolutely magnificent Sriram! Super lighting, focus and tones. A truly wonderful portrait.

25 Sep 2009 3:35pm

Mags from Paris, France

Another wonderful portrait!

25 Sep 2009 3:36pm

Spectra from Carrboro, United States

beautiful portrait! the lighting is jus perfect..brings out the lines on her face nicely

25 Sep 2009 4:24pm

Lalena from Barcelona, Spain

Fantastic portrait!! Magnifique!! Bravo!!! Love the light!!

25 Sep 2009 5:59pm

Curly from South Shields, United Kingdom

Very strong portrait, although I think I would like to see the eyes.

25 Sep 2009 7:06pm

Dawn from Maryland, United States

Perfect lighting and love the detail. Stunning portrait! : )

25 Sep 2009 7:47pm

Oly B from Lyon, France

Magnifique +++

25 Sep 2009 8:00pm

Rashveen Maini from Norwich, United States

beautiful portrait.. lighting is fab

26 Sep 2009 12:34am

Morgan Rich Photography from Gainesville, United States

I love that the glare does not show the eyes, usually the most revealing part of a portrait. Your lighting lets the face tell her story. Stunning.

26 Sep 2009 3:31am

mseguid from Es Castell-Menorca-I Balears, Spain

Impresive. Great picture

26 Sep 2009 6:48am

PrsTU from tehran, Iran

fantastic,,wow

26 Sep 2009 4:52pm

olivier Paillet from toulouse, France

Amazing portrait !! so beautiful !

26 Sep 2009 7:34pm

Ilona from Freiburg, Germany

Very impressive portrait! In particular the semidarkness and the reflections.

3 Oct 2009 12:03pm

Sunil from India

This is truly amazing. I have 2 thoughts on the glare on the glass. In this one glare avoids the concentration on the eyes and forces us to see the face itself and to make a story. But if the glare was avoided then the eyes might have bring more life to this picture. Again just a though.

Anyway a special salute for this one. Good job. Keep the spirit

Sunil
www.photokada.com

9 Dec 2009 8:25pm

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