Friday, November 26, 2010

Phun Phriday - 'Head Shot"

Dana
(1/125 sec, f/7.1, 200 ISO, 68 mm focal length)
As promised, here is another shot taken at the studio portrait lighting workshop I attended last week.  (See second post below.)  Put a cap on this handsome man, (who was a participant in the workshop), and he looks very 'dapper' indeed!  Check out his website HERE and his blog HERE to see some of his fabulous photography! 


16 comments:

diane said...

ooooh what a fabulous portrait. How long will it take me to learn such techniques??????

Sandra said...

WOW! I am headed over to check out his photography. this is great.

Ginny said...

Did you take this shot? It's wonderful, the sad eyes stand out to me.

Scott said...

Very very nice job on this Karen, though you will not see any look of surprise on my face, just a smile. Glasses reflextions can be a real problem, and I like the way they were tilted down to get the effect without creating problems.

I visited his site and blog and he certainly is a skilled photographer. Thanx for the point.

bluekat said...

Nicely done! I love the eyes, they draw the viewer right into the photo.

I love it how participation in art classes and photography classes may just get you volunteered to model. :)

Stacey Dawn said...

Karen - very nice job! Excellent capture!

justine said...

what an absolutely fantastic portrait, the lighting is so fantastic, would love to know your camera and settings

WhatKarenSees said...

Justine,
I added my camera settings under the photograph.

Larry said...

This portrait is wonderful. The lighting is spot on. All of your photography is great. Thanks for the visit. I can learn alot from you. I'll be back.

lynnekovan.com said...

I love this shot. The light is fantastic. I think I should attend a work shop like this one. Really inspiring blog.

jennyfreckles said...

Fine portrait Karen. He's a handsome man and a great photographer too. (Some people have it all!)

Jessica said...

Great photo. Love the contrast. Very nicely done! And I do appreciate that his glasses don't intersect with his eyes.

Denise said...

Brilliant Karen. A splendid portrait. I will be checking out his photos right have I send this. Hope you had a great Thanksgiving.

joey said...

Great portrait, Karen. Have so enjoyed catching up. Wonderful info ... so much to learn. Thank you.

CatlinaFly said...

wow..still spending time to see all your works & tutorials and ...I feel like a small ant compared to you & your photography works :)

I have talk to my husband about your Hel-Potrait.Maybe one day we will also answer the call to help the needy & poor in term of helping taking their pictures.

Photog Ave said...

This is so great!