I have always liked to shoot portraits but find it often difficult to connect with the subject although I know that this is the determining factor, well before all technical points. Getting the person to relax, start to chat about something important to them, and finally catch the expression I amlooking for... It works sometimes but I want to improve there. I also want to ask people I don't know (but find interesting) to stop for a minute in exchange of nothing besides an email with a photo of them if it is good enough. We'll see if I manage to do this.
As my colorblindness makes it nearly impossible to get the skin tones right, I'll do everything in b&w.
Any critique, comment, advice, whatever, is of course welcome and even encouraged.
In order to keep the pace after week 52 of the previous challenge, my week 1 was actually last week, so I'll recycle a picture already shown here:
Week 1: Scratched face.
Robin is 6 years old. He spends his days reading Tintin, building castles for his Playmobils and driving his sister crazy.
D700, Nikkor 105mm f/2.5 AIS at 2.5. Window light.
Edited by olivier, 20 May 2013 - 15:23 .