Tags: seeking critique
Author: Kurt Bob
Gallery: Double takePublished:
I like the contrast of the colors versus the B&W background. It's hard to tell without being there, but seems to me a bit more of the environment might improve the shot. The pixel comment suggests the wrong attitude towards the subject here. If you're in the portrait or glamour business, you want to take pictures of "perfect" people. But oftentimes, "real" people are more interesting, and you'll see a lot of shots of weathered wrinkled faces for that reason. One of the best "large person" photos I've seen is in Horenstein's B&W photography book- a wide angle shot of a lady at perfect ease with herself and the photographer, and looking right at the camera- not a sneak shot from the side.
That's what I call "filling the frame." The eensy-weensy camera just completes the joke.
Guilty Pleasure This photo says it all. The colors are great and it makes a statement. Agree or disagree with the concept it is still a good photo.
so mean....yet sooo f*cking hilarious! : ) I love your humor, man!
American tourist in Paris?
Yo quiero Taco Bell how many pixles? Not enough!
How many pixels ? :)