A final batch of portraits from last summer.
An interesting, knowledgeable and incredibly creative person.
Micol strikes a pose among the ruins of an abandoned house.
Augustin forgot his camera’s battery charger at home in Seville…
Can you Photoshop the stubble away? Of course i can. Will you? Probably not.
Handsome Spaniards. With friends like these, who needs models?
All photos taken summer 2013 somewhere in the south of Spain. Thanks for looking.
As always, Alessandro, awesome portraits!!! My favorite, the first one.
Thanks, Santi. Your lovely country boasts some pretty amazing characters…
Oh yes, the first one has a piercing sense of nobility about it. An air of resignation tinges the eyes but the face is noble.
Excellent analysis. Noble and proud yet almost meek – a true and fine “caballero”. Thanks, Andrew.
Maybe it is because I’m reading Don Quixote at present!
How apt. A classic among classics…
You have an extraordinary way of capturing each person’s individuality.
Like snowflakes, we are all the same, but no two are quite exactly alike…
Thank you, LaVagabonde!
Another fine set of portraits Alessandro. Your mono conversions are superb.
Thanks David. When i have the luxury to choose the lighting conditions in the shoot – as with portraits – the conversion part takes almost no time at all, really.
Beautiful people! 🙂 No photoshopping! 😉
Oh, so handsome, all of them. I’m glad i was behind the camera, not in front.
Also: i find photoshop useful where needed. But, as a razor, i simply refuse to use it. 😉
Great shots with really good eye contact.
Thanks, doublewhirler. For better eye contact, I let them know when i’m about to fire the shutter…
🙂 Saluti Alessandro…
Ciao carissima Paula! 🙂
That is photographic poetry! 😉
Thank you Covetotop, gracias! 🙂
Another interesting and “colourful” series of portraits! My favourite is the fourth one. Like the expression in her eyes saying either “leave me alone, I’m tired” or “come and join me!” 😉
Thanks, Iltanailtana! She was actually great fun to work with – we got several decent shots in a 20-minute session. 🙂
Love these portraits. The B&W somehow make you really look into their eyes. Great,
Thanks! And, agreed: b&w and portraits make a good team…
Awasome portraits !
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