Distress by Myron Watamaniuk

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Times are tough. The economy is bleak and people are suffering on a global scale. Myself included. My frustration and depression are my inspiration for this shot. I wanted to create an image that could express these feeling and at the same time remain faceless. In other words, i am just another person you pass in the street or sit next to on the bus. Suffering in silence.

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“Distress” was featured in Pleasure & Pain
Featured in Photographers self portrait
Featured in Black and White Photographers
Featured in Self Expression

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portrait, dynamic, despair, abandonment, distress, stress, worry, disappointed, depressed, lonely

Comments

  • missmoneypenny
    missmoneypennyover 5 years ago

    Instant fave !

  • Thanks

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • Susan  Kimball
    Susan Kimballover 5 years ago

    Great image-full of texture and feeling!!

  • Thanks for your comment. Glad you like it.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • linsads
    linsadsover 5 years ago

    it is almosr a little creepy - not sure why -- but love the texture and what comes over as dispare, a very compelling image xx

  • I was feeling a little creepy, if that’s really a feeling. Thanks for you comment. I appreciate it.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • BGlatzeder
    BGlatzederover 5 years ago

    very cool capture!! Love the texture and the lighting. Congrats on the feature, well deserved.

  • Your too kind. I appreciate your comment and it feels great to get a feature.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • solareclips~Julie  Alexander
    solareclips~Ju...over 5 years ago

  • Thank you so much. I had hoped i could capture a some kind of emotion in regards to my most popular feeling, “frustration”. Thank you once again.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • JDNarts
    JDNartsover 5 years ago

    A powerfully emotive piece; the despair is palpable. The lighting, POV and placement of the hands work to build a successful image. Excellent capture my friend!

  • Your grasp of the english language, and your ability to use it in such an informative and meaningful way, is an art in itself. Thanks again for your insight. I always appreciate it.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • Danit Elgev
    Danit Elgevover 5 years ago

    very strong image, i love it ! :)

  • Thank you very much. It’s one of my favorites and i am glad you like it.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • shaun pearce
    shaun pearceover 5 years ago

    what can i say i think they siad it all i love this capture fantastic work.

  • Thanks for the comment. I’m glad you liked it enough to let me know. Much appreciated.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • gompo
    gompoover 5 years ago

    Unbelievable details… great shot!! contrast and b&w is awesome!

  • Thank you very much for the compliment and taking the time to check out my photo. I really appreciate it.

    – Myron Watamaniuk

  • shaun pearce
    shaun pearceover 5 years ago

    no probs love your photos

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