f/1.8 | 1/40 | iso 250 | Canon 85mm f/1.8 USM
Strobist: Canon 580 EX II | Manual | 1/16 | Shot through an Apollo 28” Softbox | Triggered by Pocket Wizards FlexTT5’s | Camera left, same level as Devon
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love the low lighting and negative space here. Just the right amount of light on his hands. Inspiring portrait.
This is terrific in all the ways other people have commented. And, its nice that Devon is sitting for you, bored or not. I don’t get that kind of cooperation from my kids.
Wow, what a powerful image. The lighting and the composition are absolutely amazing. Many compliments!
Thank you so much for your wonderful comment Martina, it’s greatly appreciated!
This one is a fav David. Your son did an excellent job with that pose too.
Thank you very much Lionel, I am glad you like it! Something I notice a lot of folks doing is this…not paying attention to what’s going on around them…now why did I say that? When I was getting a different shot set up, I kept watching Devon as I really liked where he was sitting and when he made that pose, I asked him to freeze! The pose/shot wasn’t actually “in the books” for that night (personally, I think it’s his “dad…I am bored” look) but it’s perhaps the one I like the most!
David, you have one great model there, love this look. love it!
Thank you Martina, I would agree with you about having a great model!! 😀
Awesome shot. I love the light……
Thank you very much Judy!
Wonderful Wordless Wednesday Work!! Have a great day!!
Thank you for your comment and for visiting, hope to see you around again!
I’ve commented on the teenage son thing before, so I’ll leave that be 😉 Spectacular image though, well placed light.
🙂 Thanx Melanie!
Another good one! Love the composition and use of light in this!
Thank you so very much Carissa, always appreciated!
WOW! So impressive… Thanks and Love, nia
Glad you like it Nia! 😀
beautiful shot, David! Lighting is perfect!
Thank you Gracie. 😀
That photo is thought provoking 🙂
Thank you Steve. Hope to see you back and of course, thank you for visiting!
Another gorgeous photo ~ He looks so deep in thought. Wonder if he’s sad, lonely, or a lost soul.