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Expressions

NIKON D40 1/30 second F/5.3 ISO 1400 67 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Jan from Bruges, Belgium

Stunning expressions indeed

15 Feb 2008 6:13am

@Jan: Thanks very much Jan!

Michael Skorulski from Cigel, Slovakia

That's a beautiful shot of concentration.

15 Feb 2008 7:18am

@Michael Skorulski: Thanks Michael...you're a mind reader! - I originally titled this photo 'Concentration' before changing my mind!

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Really well done. The framing is excellent as is the very intense feeling of a complex and fascinating narrative waiting to be told.

15 Feb 2008 9:36am

@GJC: Thanks GJC....I'm really pleased that you liked it!

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

Oh Ian, it's a treasure, the intensity of the artist and the resigned expression on the 'model''s face..I can see why he wanted to sketch/paint her, there's almost a quiet desperation quality in her...WOW you 've captured something precious. Whether they knew you were taking a photo or not is not part of their world I'm in awe...

15 Feb 2008 9:47am

@Lorraine: Thanks Lorraine......they're lost in their own little world are'nt they!

Paul van der Meer from Valkenswaard, Netherlands

Realy a cool shot, like the concentration in the face of the man!

15 Feb 2008 10:22am

@Paul van der Meer: Thanks Paul...it's that expression of concentration that made me want to take the photo!

tom from Germany

Wonderful scene you have captured.

15 Feb 2008 9:45pm

Michael Rawluk from Prince George, Canada

I love it. It looks like she working at remaining neutral in expression.

16 Feb 2008 1:38am

hugo poon from Hong Kong

Intriguing expressions captured! Well done my friend.:-)

16 Feb 2008 2:14am

Momo from Montpellier, France

great composition here Ian, a classic street scene, man, you've got such a good eye, must be related to your work in architecture...i'm sure this could be anywhere but maybe the square at the top of Montmarte?...reminds me of a Picasso painting I saw in some book years ago...also Valazquez...part of his painting, Las Meninas...ok, it's only a vague resemblance of the artist at his easel looking out at his model/models...

16 Feb 2008 5:38am

danthro from Suburbia, United States

neat shot. at first i thought he was angry with her, then i realized he was concentrating on her so he could draw her!

21 Feb 2008 1:08am

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

Cool shot. Love that appraising look.

22 Feb 2008 3:56am

NIKON D40
1/30 second
F/5.3
ISO 1400
67 mm (35mm equiv.)