|Copyright: Manuel Librodo (manny)
|Date Taken: 2004-01|
|Categories: Daily Life|
|Camera: Nikon D70|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2004-06-10 3:59|
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|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Two beautiful Thai ladies in Thai silk costumes sitting in Thai wooden chair. And the main subject of this photo? Thai Smiles.)|
Another picture opportunity in-between session of the bangkok Photographic Society. These two models were relaxing and I found time to befriend them (and yes, take their picture without 50 other photographers grabbing their attention.)
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- [2004-06-10 5:21]
Even though they are rleaxing, they are still kind enough to pose for you Manny. I bet your charmed them ;). The colours are very clear and focus is spot on. I think i would have gone in closer to there faces though, if i wanted to potrait there smiles IMHO. As it is now, i don't really focus on the smiles but rather on the picture as a whole. Still a very nice shot though. :)
Looks like a studio shot Manny, I like the composition, the detail and the vibrant bright colours. Although I do concur with Zandra, concerning the closeness, the title is 'Thai smiles' but I find myself focusing on the whole rather than on the smiles. But as always Manny you have captured them beautifully. ;o)
manny, you seem to be in love with your models.. you know my feeling;-)) this double portrait is very well composed with a very structured background and a good lighting...your crop and the position of your two models are optimal;-)) good job, but i'd love to see more dary shots from you...;-))
Wow! Very nice pic! Nice smiles, nice silk colours, everything is good. Great job!
Really good photo, Mr. Manuel
You seized very this unique opportunity. Of course they are models, and definitely are very talented in posing well.
I particularly like the superb contrasts between these Thai ladies and graphic environment with these wooden chairs and walls.
Well done Manuel!