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unknown people #21

Posted by
yiannis krikis (thessaloniki, Greece) on 24 March 2009 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

fourka chalkidiki 2008

NIKON D80 1/60 second F/4.5 ISO 1600 27 mm (35mm equiv.)

Lunamania from Oakland, United States

Nice perspective--almost feels like you are shooting from just under the table. Great candid

24 Mar 2009 7:26am

Veronica from Bucharest, Romania

interesting b&w

24 Mar 2009 9:01am

paulski from Muncie, IN, United States

i like the composition here, with the subject set back from the camera. nicely captured...

24 Mar 2009 10:51am

Thomas from Bangalore, India

He seems so lost in thought that he doesn't even seem to know you are taking this image, and you have got that expression on his face beautifully.

24 Mar 2009 11:35am

BoB from Milano, Italy

cool pov, it seems that you have hidden to take this one

24 Mar 2009 2:59pm

Steve Rice from Olympia, United States

Cool shot. I'm trying to figure out what kind of place this is.

24 Mar 2009 5:49pm

Francisco Díaz from Palma de Mallorca, Spain

Very good depth and portrait. And a curious machine behind the man.

24 Mar 2009 6:18pm

Richard_Irwin from Belper, United Kingdom

You got in a good perspective for this, unusual composition that works well.

24 Mar 2009 6:44pm

Beat from Switzerland

absolut cool this perspective on this pewrfect b&w shot

24 Mar 2009 6:52pm

Graham Russon from Cape Town, South Africa

I like the angle in this one.

24 Mar 2009 7:28pm

sherri from Little Rock, Arkansas, United States

Interesting how the low angle leaves a bit of mystery here.

24 Mar 2009 7:31pm

michele from Canada

strong feeling of mystery in this one for me - what are those things on the table and what is behind him and is that another person in the background. no answers given. great composition with the man standing between two enviroments.

24 Mar 2009 9:20pm

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Nice low angle and great lighting.

24 Mar 2009 9:50pm

Elaine- from Canada

the foreground is a good thing, also the handsome guy is too :)

24 Mar 2009 10:43pm

JJ from Jersey City, United States

I like the perspective you chose here, the guy seems lost in a world of his own

25 Mar 2009 12:18am

Liang from San Francisco, United States

it is a nice perspective from where you took the shot!

25 Mar 2009 1:03am

Sidney from Manila, Philippines

He looks quite overwhelmed by what he sees...

25 Mar 2009 1:11am

martie from United States

A beautiful composition! I think the man looks a bit sad.

25 Mar 2009 1:37am

grant from kansas city, United States

very fine portrait. it's surprising to me that this man is unknown to you.

25 Mar 2009 2:44am

1/60 second
ISO 1600
27 mm (35mm equiv.)