by Crosley John

speechless crosley street photography seeking critique john

Gallery: Pretty Darn New

Tags: crosley street photography seeking critique

Category: Street

Exif Information:
Model : NIKON D300
Date Time Original : 2009-04-25 21:08:03
Focal Length : 12/1
Shutter Speed Value : 1/39
Exposure Time : 1/40
Aperture Value : 9.0
F Number : 9.0
Iso Speed Ratings : 400
Metering Mode : 5
Focal Length In35mm Film : 18
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS5 Windows

Published: Thursday 17th of February 2011 06:49:58 AM


Ruud Albers

A very impressive shot, John!

Is he hungry or did he lose his voice...?

Best regards from The Netherlands,


John Crosley

For once, I ain't telling.

This photo 'speaks for itself.'

Its meaning is what it means to you, nothing more.

Thanks for kind words; from you they mean a lot.


John (Crosley)

John Crosley
Scott Murphy

Interesting question.


I can't identify any real defects -- caries or plaque -- but then I'm not trained.

Interesting, the composition, hunh?   The use of diagonals and their 'center' or 'intersection' at his mouth with the finger pointing but not touching the near center of the photo.

I've come across a book about 'photo design' and it and I are very comfortable -- I find I've been using instinctively a great number of its devices since the start of my use of a camera; I don't know where I got that.

Nice to see it in print; author is photographer Michael Freeman.

Thanks for an interesting comment; it's extra effort to comment and I appreciate almost all comments often just for that alone.

This photo surely 'gets attention', I think.  I have some others I've held back which I may post.


John (Crosley)

John Crosley
'Speechless' A finger does the talking for this man, not so long ago, but what is the message? Want to take a guess? Your ratings, critiques and remarks are invited and most welcome. If you rate harshly, very critically or just wish to express .n opinion, please submit a helpful and constructive comment; thank you in advance for sharing your photoraphic knowledge to help improve my photography. Thanks! Enjoy! John

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