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photoblog image Working People #3

Working People #3

Thanks for the comments yesterday guys...'ppricate them. Lots of Luv!

Working People #3

Thanks for the comments yesterday guys...'ppricate them. Lots of Luv!

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I bet that will be cool when they're done.
Nacha Kama: You Damn Right :d....these people work wonders
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 18 Aug 2007, 01:16
BBQ and Coldstone in front of him? How can he concentrate??!!

Actually, Nacha, that's one street vendor art form I've never seen! It really looks cool.
Nacha Kama: U would be surprised Granny. Thanks mama :d
je ne connaissais pas ces portraits sculptes. Interessant!
Nacha Kama: Ils moulent leurs thats de visages ce qui est il et font confiance que j'il vient hors ainsi de la droite. Merci de toute fa├žon
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 18 Aug 2007, 03:13
Interesting art form. Never saw that before.
Nacha Kama: Really. It's cool though!
  • tyan
  • Singapore
  • 18 Aug 2007, 06:41
hmm this is a lovely shot,and very interesting occupation! i havent seen this in my country!!smile
Cool..really like your angle..and yep, how does he concentrate..lol.
I got one like this, however, one of those caricatures done on a whim in New York! I cant say I quite like the result! Nice picture, a little overexposed cos of the artist's white shirt perhaps? flash?
  • luke
  • 18 Aug 2007, 09:04
nice b&w, cool scene.
Another interesting street scene in that precinct.
Cool capture!
  • Tracy
  • 18 Aug 2007, 10:47
Love the shot lots going on and a real cool artist at work.
  • Evi
  • Greece
  • 18 Aug 2007, 11:18
Thanks for your nice comment in my husband's site.
Best regards
  • alex
  • Netherlands for now
  • 18 Aug 2007, 11:26
Nice composition and choice of subject.

On my Mac however, the guy looks burned out and it's hard for me to see what he is doing.

I would have liked to see the left side darker and the right brighter. I've never seen this type of street artist anywhere either.
  • Rags
  • Plano, TX
  • 18 Aug 2007, 11:36
I also have not seen this kind of artist. I guess you can only find them in NYC! I love the lady's expression. She seems so joyful and flattered by the fact that her image is being moulded. I also love going to ColdStone! Here is an image i took outside ColdStone. (http://vividpics.aminus3.com/image/2007-06-24.html) P/s: The girl you asked about is the love of my life.
Very nice shot
  • Ruth
  • Michigan, USA
  • 18 Aug 2007, 11:58
LOL at Ginnie's comment. Nice clear night shot.
  • Saed
  • Mashhad, Iran
  • 18 Aug 2007, 12:09
Nice b&w shot! Well done.
I like this- I haven't come across this kind of street portrait. Can I suggest something? I find that a little tracing paper or blue gel over the flash often helps to restore detail in white areas...I don't know if that applies to digital cameras though.
  • alek
  • greece
  • 18 Aug 2007, 12:54
nice capture cha, nice bit of street scene
  • crash
  • NYC
  • 18 Aug 2007, 13:31
aaaaah ... the Cold Stone Creamery!!!! YUM!!! and oh yeh, this pic is good too!
It's a beautiful photo. Good We, Yann
  • josef
  • 18 Aug 2007, 15:32
Nice capture..
wow what great talent he has!
and wow what great b&w shot you have!
i really like that tiny bit of the guy coming in on the right looking at the scene smile
well done!
  • don
  • spokane
  • 18 Aug 2007, 16:30
A fine shot of this artist at work. I also have never seen this arm form in use. I like the setting very much. I agree how do you concentrate with all those distractions in front. Very nice shot.
well captured, Nacha! Question: what does the artist use in his moulding? do the sculptures last?
Nice scene, beautifull B&W well contrasted !
  • harry
  • USA
  • 18 Aug 2007, 17:12
Nice B&W conversion
  • ofon
  • 18 Aug 2007, 17:35
There's something old school classic about this photo n the black n white is a perfect choice of color for it.
Great one - i like the granity !
Nice action shot. I didn't know that you could get portraits of yourself like this...
Nice shot of an artist at work!
  • Still
  • 18 Aug 2007, 21:45
Interesting activity! Fine job!
  • miu*
  • USA
  • 19 Aug 2007, 00:00
Hello,ChaCha!
I am fine,and you?(smiling!)
This artist is curving the lady's face??
Great!
If I were she,I could not see the artist's eyes..
I am so shy!
  • Stunner
  • Jamaica
  • 19 Aug 2007, 00:23
Wow that's neat, I only saw the ones doing the drawings when I was in New York! Lovely photo Cha Cha.
  • Kay
  • 19 Aug 2007, 00:40
Hi Nacha...what a fun way to celebrate a casual night out in the city. Great natural shot of the woman's face.
  • jump
  • France
  • 20 Aug 2007, 07:20
I really like this kind of street portrait smile Nice, lovely, interesting
  • nissou*
  • belgium
  • 20 Aug 2007, 09:54
very nice street portrait. good that you have taken the 2 points of view of the scene!
  • Phideas
  • London, UK
  • 20 Aug 2007, 11:39
Hey great photo! Like all the faces in this shot...
  • Mr Skee
  • United Kingdom
  • 4 Sep 2007, 18:59
Very nicely composed, however to avoid the vleaching of the back of the mans shirt which I guess was do to the direct use of your flash on the camera mount, you might want to try shooting with the flash off camera, it produces less harsh effects from the flash gun.

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