Tags: andalusian horse nikon d200 flamenco nikon 80-200mm, f28 af ed stallion seeking critique
Author: Kwiatkowski Wojtek
What can I say to such a consistent reproduction of highest excellence. Again a beautiful and maybe even perfect photo of an Arabian horse. The only question I have ready for you, is: What would happen if Kwiatkowski should start making portraits of human beings not to talk about nudes ? Some photographers around must have met the nightmare of szuch ultimate tought competition coming up. You are the master !
excellent good composition and well figure.
Amazing... this is truely a prize winner... on an emotional and technical level. great job.
Sembra uno studio pittorico di Leonardo. Bellissimo!
Stunning work indeed ! I particularly like the texture of the skin that is rendered in a sublime way ! erwin
Wow...beautiful shot! Thank you for sharing! Anna
amazed by your work i am amazed by your work. i was wondering how you get most of your photos to look like paintings? some of them still look like regular photos but for the most part they do look like a beautiful painting. as an artist i am curious. what technique are you using to get them to look like this? is it photoshop? is it a filter? i just love what you do. everyday i look at what is on your portfolio from work. thank you for sharing such a talent with us
Definitely you are the master of horse-images.... Wonderful capture of the character!
very nice image ! bravo regards
the best on p.n I have seen (horses that is )great work
Outstanding!!! Beautiful work and model.
Will I quit?
This is the kind of shot that makes me consider dropping photography as a hobby. It is so beautiful, I don't feel that I could ever match its power. This is a portrait in profile, this is equine introspection, this is strength. I tried covering the spot of white in the eye. The photo would be so much less without it. Along with the flying mane, the rippling muscles, the folds of skin, it is so important. And the ear. I never noticed horses have ears like that, seemingly in two parts. I don't think I will ever see a horse the way I used to again.
Flamenco Comments greatly appreciated, thanks for your time :)