Jumma Khan - VIVID II

Uploaded 26 Aug 2009
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© Muhammad Muhsin
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UploadedAugust 27, 2009
TakenAugust 18, 2009
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D80
Exposure1/100 sec at f/2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length105 mm
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Thank you so much for the appreciation of Jumma's previous photo.

am presenting another one for your review, this one is in the same line as the previous one. only this time, the orientation is different, and i guess it changes the image's look to some extent.

i think it could make an acceptably good poster for a movie. i might as well post a workshop with some fancy text, in an attempt to give you a hint of what i'm talkin about.

perhaps some of you will find the crop a little too tight, but in my view the vertical orientation takes care of that by creating an illusionary space, suggesting relief.

thanks for viewing :) let's see what you think of this one :)

muhammad muhsin

5 responses

  • Tania Losada

    Tania Losada said (27 Aug 2009):

    Thanks for the suggestion on my SP :) I have just answered you on my picture and I won't bore you with repetitions of phrases here ;)

    Altough the tight angle is not a problem for me in portraits I prefer the comp of the other one. I was thinking that I think I had even show less of the left side (his right side of the face) and show a little more of his left shoulder (the right side of the image) in order to generate a intriguing feeling that would fit very well with the intensity of his deep gaze. Anyway, is a good portrait :) I love his intense regard and the skin tone and its texture is beautiful :)

  • Jahanzeib Malik

    Jahanzeib Malik gave props (27 Aug 2009):

    I like the previous one more then this one :)

  • s w

    s w gave props (31 Aug 2009):

    amazing details. fantastic shot

  • Howard Simpson

    Howard Simpson gave props (10 Sep 2009):

    Super light!

  • shannan blystone

    shannan blystone said (8 Oct 2009):

    lovely! he looks so full of life,

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