All these portraits are taken with only one shot. No more chance!
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Donald Garrett gave props (10 Dec 2013):
Voted. Well done
Al Gieryna gave props (12 Dec 2013):
A wonderful series of portraits. Voted
JPG gave props (15 Dec 2013):
Congrats on being Story of the Week!
Carol Arntsen Masiak gave props (16 Dec 2013):
Congrats on story of the week - my vote!
Susan B. Griffith said (17 Dec 2013):
Congratulations and well deserved. The images are outstanding.
Ollie Senneck said (17 Dec 2013):
Amazing work. Stunning images.
Lynn E. Harvey gave props (17 Dec 2013):
Congratulations...these are all so beautiful.
John Linton gave props (18 Dec 2013):
Hell YEAH! Rad!
Congrats on making Story of the Week!
Andrea Petersen gave props (21 Dec 2013):
Wonderful one shot portraits...The subjects look very relaxed...Well done! Congrats on the well deserved honor of story of the week.
francesco scipioni said (21 Dec 2013):
Thanks everybody. I'm sooooo honored!!!! thanks again
ROCIO GUILLEN gave props (2 Jan 2014):
Amazing series! Voted.
sharon isern said (4 Jan 2014):
I love portraits and these are examples of the best in portraits. I love that the subjects look right into the camera as if challenging the photographer.
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