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Antonio Correia

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Images taken for the Project Work take during a rather long period of time and in many different places and situations.

 
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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
Antonio,

These are some of the finest photographs I have seen. This last fellow is studious.

Most folk in the West have no seen craftsmen as their jobs have been replaced!

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
Could you add the “métier”?
Asher
I do not apply this canvas any more and these are all old pictures which were shot during a large period of time.
This is a painter ... like this one below. Both photographed in the same location: somewhere in India.

Some people working from Portugal, later on. Thank you ! :)

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Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
I learn so much. I had no idea that the columns would be finished in situation as for me it would be a risk of ruining a giant piece by one skip of thrcchisrl.

But this fellow is obviously sure of himself. I guess this was Portugal? But what kind of building? For what faith?

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
Does he work alongside all his previous work or you posed him just like this to showctge range of finished products in a special setting?
Asher
Uzbekistan again and again.
The pieces were the way we see them. His work is kind of "in series"

I learn so much. I had no idea that the columns would be finished in situation as for me it would be a risk of ruining a giant piece by one skip of thrcchisrl.
But this fellow is obviously sure of himself. I guess this was Portugal? But what kind of building? For what faith?
Asher
This one was shot in the very same place. I asked him to simulate his work. I was not curious enough to ask what the column was for...

Another one for the day. This one is rather old and I used two flashes one at each side. Shot in Portugal

 

Asher Kelman

OPF Owner/Editor-in-Chief
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Another one for the day. This one is rather old and I used two flashes one at each side. Shot in Portugal

I like this lighting and the pose together. Effective and immediately compelling!

I like to be inspired by technique I do not use. Thanks!

Asher
 

Antonio Correia

Well-known member
Photo made in Nepal some years ago.
The child is collecting coins among ashes. These ashes resulting from burnings of gifts to the gods.

 
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