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Great dmarizz 2010-08-11 2:08

Hello Biswaroop,
very interesting subject/note. I've never been in India, but I would be in an embarassing situation regarding beaggar portraits. I find this subjects interesting and worth being captured according to TE spirit, but on the other side I do not know if a beggar can appreciate to be "on the stage". Often I don't make portraits being afraid to hurt the person (anyway I wouldn'pay him/her for the photo itself).
From a pure technical point of view, portraits among a crowd is attractive but complicated. The expression on the faces are important but should not distract excessively from the main subject. According to me the only way to get properly both is an extremely shallow DOF. I've done a fast workshop to show my idea: I hope you will not dislike it.
Have a nice week,
Dario

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Old 08-11-2010, 03:02 PM
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Ciao Dario,

grazie per l'utile critica. A oarte il fatto che mi piaceva l'effetto del buio che fa apparire 'in sospensione' il castello...alla blue hour ero a cena

Ciao e grazie ancora

G
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