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Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
9/26/2009 9:45:08 PM

Hey Ian,
I appreciate your interest. I do not know if there is personal message system on this site. Please send me your contact email address with details, like size of the canvas, mounted, framed, ect
at persikoff@yahoo.com, so we can discuss it.
Thanks
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
8/26/2009 5:21:48 AM

Hi Joao,
I use Canon 50mm f1.4 and 85mm f1.8, those are not L series. I believe the L glass is better for contrast and PQ, but quite expensive. I also believe one should buy the best glass one can afford. I do have 135mm f2 L lens which is fantastic for portraits and such. I'm also using 17-40mm f4 L lens for landscapes and it is proven to work wonderfully.
Hope it helps and happy shooting.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/23/2009 2:56:15 AM

Many thanks Luis for your very kind remarks.
My best regards.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/22/2009 10:08:36 PM

Many thanks to everyone for comments. :).
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/21/2009 7:46:28 AM

Many thanks to everyone for the comments and very kind words.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/21/2009 7:45:18 AM

Interesting story, Thomas. Thanks for sharing.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/20/2009 7:29:05 PM

Many thanks to everybody for your comments.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/20/2009 7:27:30 PM

Anthony, serpents are hidden for public safety, so no one would be turned into a stone. :).
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
5/26/2009 5:03:52 AM

Thanks Luis,

I do not like to talk about myself.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
5/19/2009 11:28:05 PM

Thanks to everyone for your comments.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
12/11/2008 12:42:37 AM

Thanks to everyone for the comments.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
10/19/2008 3:09:48 AM

Nothing is added on. The model is just 3 weeks from the hospital after she was hit by a car and had a surgery. :(. Removable cast was taken off for the shot. The scar goes 3 more inches down the leg.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
10/18/2008 9:51:30 PM

Well done, both technical and artistic!
Thanks for sharing.
        Photo By: Osman Ermisler  (K:59)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
7/3/2008 10:36:47 PM

Nice capture, pity the shutter is too slow, 1/250 can not freeze the high speed.
Cheers.
        Photo By: Saad Salem  (K:89003) Donor

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
7/3/2008 9:22:00 PM

Thanks everyone for your kind words and comments. :).
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
6/30/2008 4:32:50 AM

Yes, I believe I do. :).
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
4/9/2008 11:02:04 PM

Many thanks to everyone for your comments.

Avi, I do not see it this way. I feel they compliment each other.
Thanks.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
3/5/2008 11:30:20 PM

Fantastic!
        Photo By: A. W. Osnafotos  (K:6373)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
1/31/2008 9:51:33 PM

nice!
        Photo By: donatella tandelli  (K:1376)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
1/28/2008 9:34:34 PM

Thanks you Ronen, Pietro, Gary, arash,
for looking and for your kind words.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
1/28/2008 9:30:27 PM

Thank you Anne, Dirk, Stan, and Alper for your kind comments.
        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
1/20/2008 6:31:59 PM

Great capture. Impressive portfolio!
All the best.
        Photo By: ol an  (K:-248)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
1/19/2008 2:57:01 PM

Thank you for the comments and compliments Anirban, Fabio, Yazeed, Fabrice.


        Photo By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
1/19/2008 4:55:51 AM

Very cool!. DOF increase would do nice. Cheers.
        Photo By: RC. Dany  (K:64104)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
10/20/2007 9:07:47 AM

Marvelous! Very happy frame!!!
        Photo By: Adrian Nojek  (K:1349)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
10/7/2007 3:07:46 AM

My main critique would be a focus problem. The focus here is on the forehead and make not much sense. The eyes ussually are the most important feature in that kind of portraiture and here they are out of focus. The nose and the lips are out of focus too and it gives that feeling of technical problem rather that intention to communicate something.
Among other small things : right lower corner with shoulder is a bright spot and a distraction; the nose shadow is a bit cruel; the backlight could be also better, but that is minor.
Hope this is helpfull. Best regards.
        Photo By: Evaristo E Mitchell  (K:511) Donor

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
9/25/2007 2:27:51 AM

Exellent!
        Photo By: Valdis Dannenbergs  (K:71)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
9/14/2007 2:32:07 AM

Terrific photo! I think it's what real photography is all about. The light, the composition, the story. Cheers.
        Photo By: VarinVaree ...  (K:647) Donor

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
9/14/2007 2:24:38 AM

Is this a love story? :).
        Photo By: Mark Wakefield  (K:481)

Critique By: Pr. Persikoff  (K:664)  
9/14/2007 1:43:36 AM

beautiful work, great portrait!
        Photo By: saad alqasem  (K:1202)


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