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Musician Road ... that musician!...

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Musician Road ... that musician! sent on April 02, 2014 (18:19) by Micr0chip. 3 comments, 379 views.

at 100mm, 1/250 f/4.5, ISO 400, hand held. Bologna, Italy.

l'amico Maestro Righini durante i t-days a bologna, piazza maggiore #BiancoeNero #circolofotografico

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sent on April 17, 2014 (10:43) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Sorry, I do not understand your choice of composition using the vertical framing to leave half empty frame, with only the bricks of the wall. They do not add anything to the next step.
You could bring a little 'framing, make a cut and insert the head of the American musician of the third horse in the upper right corner.
The conversion b / w is not much contrast, is a bit 'too gray.

sent on April 18, 2014 (9:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Barbara thank you so much your comment. I'm trying different shots from which ones of all my other portraits (which is what I've recommended you) because you look a bit 'too. You gave me the confirmation that this is * not * work! thanks
for conversion to b / w are the first experiments. I have yet to understand the mechanisms ago I struggle to find simple explanations. You have recommendations? I really like your b / w!
I would like a little 'pardonanza the "manual" before using plugins that I simplify my life.
Thanks again for passing, happy Easter

sent on April 18, 2014 (9:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

For the compositions / different shots, if you want to give a cut like this, you can keep the frame horizontally, including something interesting (or not) to the right or left of the subject, depends on which side is facing his gaze.
It 'an environmental portrait more interesting than the size vertical gap at the top.
At least in my opinion, but as far as I know according to the basic rules of composition.
For conversions, I do not rely on any plugins, using LR and act on contrast, clarity, and above all light and shadows on the individual color channels, giving you more or less intensity to the individual colors.

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