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13 Mar 2005 The man with the hat
13-MAR-2005

13 Mar 2005 "The man with the hat"

Greece

Canon EOS 20D ,Canon EF-S 17-85mm f/4-5.6 IS
1/200s f/8.0 at 85.0mm iso200 full exif

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Guest 28-Mar-2005 20:19
Perfect tones. Perfect everything.
Carolyn B.17-Mar-2005 03:54
An amazing capture - the B&W tones are just beautiful.
Guest 16-Mar-2005 04:53
Excellent, Antonis. Looks like a Cartier Bresson kind of guy! I like this and his slight look of amusement.
Krey'z Images15-Mar-2005 17:36
Quite the dapper fellow ! Great exposure on this one , tones are spot on !
Susanne14-Mar-2005 20:52
I like the shadow against this persons hat, the DoF and of course the contrast of black and white :)Very nice.
Cliff14-Mar-2005 17:49
Yes - DOF excellent!
Yann Pindeler14-Mar-2005 16:19
Capturing facial expressions, one excellent more... Nice.
Autumn Sky14-Mar-2005 14:37
This is a fantastic portrait that works very well in b&w. Excellent dof to isolate him from the crowd. Well done.
Guest 14-Mar-2005 14:30
he looks like a private detective!
Guest 14-Mar-2005 14:23
Great catch!
:-)
rafidi said14-Mar-2005 14:02
Excellent capture! The image is very sharp.
Guest 14-Mar-2005 12:52
WOW. I just found your page, and will be referring to it for instruction on good black and white!
Johan Toll14-Mar-2005 09:00
Very nice shot. I really like the lighting and composition. Grat capture, well done!
Gilles Navet14-Mar-2005 08:53
Allways this unique "view" of people and "use" of B&W
It's the Antonis STYLE,
Light, portrait, street approach, B&W and.............talent
Bravo
Gilles
Gary Winters14-Mar-2005 05:19
Another great candid. Excellent work, my friend!
sam miller14-Mar-2005 04:20
This is great. Sooo sharp! You make me want to buy this lens and see what i can do with it! Great lighting, and DOF just like many of your other shots!
Guest 14-Mar-2005 02:57
great hat..excellent portrait Antonis
Stu14-Mar-2005 02:13
He looks like a character from Tin-Tin. Excellent shot, Antonis.
See Why See14-Mar-2005 01:18
Nice portrait shot
JeremyGood13-Mar-2005 22:50
This one is great, really like the contrast and the gradual black to white transition from top to bottom. The light hat and V under the scarf accentuate the contrast. And to top it off, quite an interesting subject.
northstar3713-Mar-2005 22:49
Fine hat! He looks very distinguished.
Jude Marion13-Mar-2005 22:19
Wonderful portrait!
He appears to be quite a character.
Mark Rutter13-Mar-2005 22:18
I love the jaunty angle to the hat matching the scarf and you can almost see the twinkle in his eye. I wonder what he is thinking.
jlm13-Mar-2005 22:01
excellent candid shot
Marijka13-Mar-2005 21:54
great capture!! Excellent!!
Guest 13-Mar-2005 21:50
You have a specific sensibility to capture the soul of your "models".
Congrats.
antidote313-Mar-2005 21:34
very distinguished looking gentleman. great work in exposing his shadowed face.
Chris13-Mar-2005 20:52
Great light :) Very nice candid
Guest 13-Mar-2005 20:31
Excellent light and good use of DOF! Voted!
Niall O'Shea13-Mar-2005 19:53
He looks like Dirk Bogarde in Death in Venice! Your candids could come from the 19th century. Makes me wonder what street life in Greece is like.
Terry Clarke13-Mar-2005 19:37
superb street shot - love the heavy to light feel of the image from bottom to top
Kokomo Photography13-Mar-2005 19:33
Very interesting looking character. The detail and backgroung blur in this image is exceptional especially when considering it had not been done with a fixed lens.
Gail Davison13-Mar-2005 19:26
Looks almost like he could be wearing a disguise!
Lee Rudd13-Mar-2005 19:24
what a wonderful character image.
anthony legg13-Mar-2005 18:42
As usual first class image.
jude13-Mar-2005 18:21
Excellent candid shot - nice b&w tonal range
Guest 13-Mar-2005 18:19
Great catch Antonis. Voted!
Guest 13-Mar-2005 18:17
Very nice catch!
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