Again a welding picture from work.
PP: clarify and framing.
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BennyV (16393) 2008-03-08 1:31
Again a GREAT welding picture from work, Harry!
InasiaJones (31566) 2008-03-08 2:09
I really like your treatment that suits the subject perfectly. The light is amplified and the rugged look as well. Simply superb work, almost illustrative.
muzaffer_ (806) 2008-03-08 2:46
Very nice B/W work
JPlumb (3159) 2008-03-09 19:17
Hi Harry, I'm getting to know your style. You shoot life, in black and white, very well. This is another prime example of a guy welding, and you've captured all the intense detail perfectly with excellent contrast.
bostankorkulugu (42416) 2008-03-10 6:00
looks like it is taken on the moon surface... or even through the window of a spaceship, a pic of an astronot working on the spaceship... amazing postprocessing as always, you are an expert on that... congrats harry...
horatiuTT (4570) 2008-03-10 13:34
Impressive gallery,diverse ...people at work ,some intense scenes
like this one.I'll be watching you.
lucski (3691) 2008-03-10 13:36
marvelous picture, just amazing...
this one is really good i like this job very much
IMHO perfect just perfect
delkoo (68) 2008-03-10 13:42
very intriguing picture, he looks like a Deep-sea diver,everything is in place for a magnificent b&w photo of man at work.
jaywalker (16101) 2008-03-10 15:22
Hi Harry, A brilliantly composed photo & excellent effects, I love the great detail & your chosen POV, the writing on his helmet is a superb touch, overall a well crafted piece of work, kind regards Wilson.
dvlazar (6644) 2008-03-10 21:24
Another welding photo of top quality - so many tones in the black and white. What program do you use to make these like you do? Is it all photoshop or is there some other program to assist?
nirvana73 (0) 2008-03-11 11:13
While worker was working
you captured very nice shoy
i like the color tones
thanks for sharing
pboehringer (770) 2008-03-11 17:15
... and again a work related shot coming from you with that special B&W treatment that I like so much. I feel bad that I don't have the knowledge how to achieve this with Adobe Photoshop CS2. At least I can see it in your collection and that is good. Good framing around this busy guy. the focus on the welding is great!
marknunnerley (2780) 2008-03-15 6:53
Said it before Harry and I will say it again. The lighting you get on these shots is superb. One question. What do you mean on pp for clarify?
Do they look a lot better b&w than the colour version as well? That's another question ;D
Have a good weekend.
sebinho342 (19317) 2008-03-15 9:45
I think you are the best one here and have no equivalent of clarify method, i think i'll call you "mister clarify" now ;)
This one is unbelievable, hopefully you did it in BW, i guess in sepia it would have been very near to shake too much eyes and to be remove for excessive PP. Such much microdetails and micro contrasts, you were close to your subject and this does make the difference.
Beautiful shot and a unique way to present it, a true pleasure for my eyes
crckt (7218) 2008-03-15 10:43
I just love these B/W shots. From which software do you use clarify? The quality is just great.
faubry (35447) 2008-04-30 2:29
amazing shot, good PP work, i like this treatment; thanks
danasam (1075) 2008-07-22 4:21
Hi Harry, wonderful PP work, excellent POV.
what do you mean by clarified by PP?
very well done.
svefay (810) 2010-05-19 2:19
As a scene from S&F movie, great picture
- Copyright: harry hansen (abulafia) (4900)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2008-03-08
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon ixus 75
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/500 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): My B+W, The working man [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2008-03-08 1:19
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