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From last weeks shoot with my three favourite boys!
Canon 600dProcessed in PSE10 and Photoscape
boy, red, spiderman, portrait
‘A man should hear a little music, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which God has implanted in the human soul’
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
This is just so beautiful Lynda… ;-)
So very appreciated Gregoria….thankyou!
– Lynda Heins
Lynda…this is BRILLIANT…wow! amazing photography!!! Composition, dof, perfect subject and title…everything works so well here…a major fav for me…and what a gorgeous boy…!! Well done my dear…should get you loads of comments…! ;-)))))
A big thankyou Marie……so pleased you like this! This little guy really knows how to play it up for the camera, had so much fun this day with him and his two brothers.:-)
I am stunned… incredible piece
Thankyou so very much….really so appreciated!
Lovely work, Lynda :))
Fantastic work Lynda!!! Lensbaby? Just love this so much ♥
Hi Carol….. not the ‘Baby’ this time. Ashton was playing a little hard to get here, so the focus was just on his face and had to do it quickly before he moved again…..little darling!! Thanks for the the comment and fave, always appreciated!
Superb Lynda ~ A real moving study and full of intensityRick
Really appreciate your comments and visit Rick….thankyou!
Really a wonderful shot. Love the blur!!
Many thanks Elizabeth!
An amazing palette Lynda that somehow adds a touch of brackishness to this bathysphere’s dive into a Fifty’s cinematic moment… or memory moment… or a Fifties moment cinematically recalled? So much mystery made tingly by that powerful palette.. What? A faded Kodacolor… NO!… an Agfachrome snap that snaps me onto a story arc. Terrific!
Thankyou so much Ted….after looking at some of your work, brilliant by the way, I am truly blown away and honored by your comments….means a lot!
beautiful portraiture – love the harmony in both composition and colour between the subject and the blurred background!
Many thanks……your comments truly appreciated!