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    Antonio's B&W portraits (15 images)

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    Re: Antonio's B&W portraits (15 images)

    Great collection of images....

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    Re: Antonio's B&W portraits (15 images)

    Quote Originally Posted by rpcrowe View Post
    Great collection of images....
    Some better than others however...
    Thank you Richard

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    Well done Antonio!

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    Thank you Scott

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    Thanks for sharing Antonia - you have a lovely collection there.

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    Good pictures Antonio. Some great. Number 1 and 5 for me.

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    Re: Antonio's B&W portraits (15 images)

    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselbox View Post
    Good pictures Antonio. Some great. Number 1 and 5 for me.

    Thank you Peter

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    Re: Antonio's B&W portraits (15 images)

    Powerful images Antonio,

    The three of the children with the text backgrounds has the effect of distracting from their faces, but then I got to thinking how the backgrounds in all the other shots said something about where you found these people - and I am sure the children's backgrounds are no different, so don't take it as a criticism of those shots.

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    Re: Antonio's B&W portraits (15 images)

    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Humphries View Post
    Powerful images Antonio,

    The three of the children with the text backgrounds has the effect of distracting from their faces, but then I got to thinking how the backgrounds in all the other shots said something about where you found these people - and I am sure the children's backgrounds are no different, so don't take it as a criticism of those shots.
    No problem if you are making criticism. It's one way to learn.
    The 3 children were photographed in India under their own request. I was able then to ask them to be standing at that place. I had the opportunity to take carefully the photographs thinking they would be set together as I have now them hanging on my wall.

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