Loving people I often ask for a portrait and talk with the people I’ve just made a image of. Quite often the common denominator for these random meeting is content.
Today’s pictures I took at de Dam in Amsterdam a little more than 1,5 year ago. First I only copied them in black and white, but as I’ve started to work lots more in color, I decided to redo them. Which one do you like the most?
It’s kind of strange, how you can fall in love with a pic afterwards (in processing), even if you at the photo-moment didn’t think of is as something special.
I give you the girl that’s “Looking for the rabbit“.
This is an image I’ve mostly (since I took it in Berlin in September 2013) displayed in black and white. But I’m getting more hesitant about that choice.
The last year I’ve started to do my pics more and more in colour. Almost every photograph I took in Lisbon in April have therefor been in color. So I’m wondering – this pic, is it better in color too?
On the train to Gothenburg, as I was prepping my camera, I couldn’t resist taking a picture of this girl.
She was doing the exact same thing as so many other do on a train – looking out the window.
Last summer she just sat there, as I passed by. Didn’t move even a finger. Felt slightly sad, but also saw her parent stand a bit further away. Did they have a fight a couple of minutes before?
Silly or not, I’m glad that someone else like to share my pics. Sometimes (on Instagram) I add the hashtag #Shootoff and some of those pics get shared. These are the latest nine pics that got shared by Shootoff. And my normal 20-40 likes/pic add upp to a little more. Nice.
Can you guess which of these nine that got the highest acclaim?
Yup, thats the one. “Thru it all”, botton middle…