iso [i, saw] the stare

Photo by Out Of Focus | Title - Look Into My Eyes...
f2.8 | focal length : 50mm | ISO 100 | shutter speed : 1/250sec | flash : fired
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Here is another attempt to break away from my usual landscape photography and to outdo Dhani with his black and white people photography. To be the best you got to beat the best. Hehehe!!

I'm not saying that Dhani is the best (hehehe!! sorry bro.. can't resist!!) but I like his photos, and I needed a new challenge. Plus, weather's been bad around here the last few days.

So what do you think?

4 comments:

Dhani said...

hehe! *Rubbing eyes* Me?! Malu ku eh, awww..I know u mean it bro ahaha funny that I think the other way around. The fact is, you are better than me (I know u want me to say that hehe!) No matter what photos, there's always that unique presence and style in you that makes a huge gap between u and me/others. Hence, your post-processing. More tutorials pls hehe!

Abt the photo: I like this B&W version. Just nice. Just right. Good job on the details; there's a clear separation between the white background and your son's attire. But those eyes hehe a killer shot. Ngam dgn titlenya. Ada sinaran dan kilauan. I think that's the x-factor. Indeed, you have outdo me, sir.

s167 said...

great shot bro especially on the eyes ehe..having a staring competition and see who ever blink 1st hehe...

and feeling a bit creepy having the eyes staring at me while looking at the photo hehe...

as what Dhani said, your PP on all of your photos never fail to amaze us hehe..

Out Of Focus said...

The eyes surprise me too.. I don't think I can top this myself!! Hehe!!

Thanks guys.

PainQler said...

Great shot!
Look into my eyes....
[i'm saying this with Dracula's accents]

Tremendously u've captured this with your own version.

Infact your son make this photo look stunning...

Making comparison with bro Dhani, i would say both of you have your own unique style..So there's an advantage & its disadvantage...

Nonetheless..
Either one of you are better than PQ in potrait people photography..

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