Stills V3

February 7, 2012

Adrian, Sydney

Filed under: Robert Hoehne — rhoehne @ 00:33

 

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8 Comments »

  1. Robert, I see that you’ve finally been able to combine your three great loves – family, photography, and bike lanes! Seriously, I like the off centre composition and the OOF background has nice bokeh.

    Comment by northcoastphotography — February 7, 2012 @ 02:26

    • big grin on my face. You will like this picture then,
      Film Drying

      Comment by rhoehne — February 7, 2012 @ 11:12

  2. What I really like about this is the connection with Adrian. The slightly, not quite confident smile and the subject isolation that makes him the centre of attention in the big and busy city. He apears almost to be separately lit.

    Mike

    Comment by sojournerphoto — February 12, 2012 @ 03:09

  3. A lovely portrait and a very nice bokeh. As Mike wrote, I like the tad of highlight on Adrian’s face, which makes the picture work even better.

    Comment by Cem — February 12, 2012 @ 15:13

  4. I like the observation of the car in the bike lane. Adrian is a good ‘prop’ to show the city scene and also justifies the nice-looking bokeh. I would have wanted to present this with the tall building as the reference vertical, or nearer vertical than it is.

    Comment by zavaell — February 13, 2012 @ 07:47

  5. It is a good portrait of Adrian with the lighting showing his features well. It is a city street that cannot be compared with the UK, it is too empty and our bike lanes are not that wide.

    Comment by Rex — February 20, 2012 @ 19:12

    • it is not a bike lane, these are painted on the roads to remind car drivers there may be bikes about, mostly cars are parked on them.

      Comment by rhoehne — February 21, 2012 @ 01:19

  6. Like the other commenters, I’m enjoying the portrait, the bokeh/lights, and the bike graphic. Adrian steals the scene, (as he should) — a very good expression that shows awareness of the camera, yet feels spontaneous and natural. I find myself traveling out of the image on the right though, and probably would have cropped out a little of the emptiness there.

    Comment by Christina — March 3, 2012 @ 20:44


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