11 Mar 2008 • 1,689 views
It takes a lot of imagination to be a good photographer. You need less imagination to be a painter, because you can invent things. But in photography everything is so ordinary; it takes a lot of looking before you learn to see the ordinary. - David Bailey
"Oga Sule", I've known this chap for over 15yrs and he's always warm for a photo shoot, although on this occassion it took alittle coaxing as he was abit upset with the fact that I had not been around for almost 5yrs. After I explained I had "Something" for him, he soon warmed up :-)
I've always loved b/w portraitures, since back in the day when I used to do pencil and charcoal studies. Good strong bold pencil work is all about tonality, little differs in b/w photography.
For me. i'm up close and personal with my 35mm. On this trip I wish I had a zoom though, as many good photo-opps were missed as my up, close technique didn't go down so well with many of my intended subjects:-)
Skee back! Late...but definately B. A. C. K!
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Nice to see ya