Eray Ozbek, Graphic Artist Attended the Papermaking Workshop, Museum of Paper and Book Arts by Jane Ingram Allen This Workshop is Part of Allen’s Fulbright Specialist Project. Ege University, Izmir, Turkey November 29, 2015
Category: Jane Ingram Allen Projects, Portrait, Turkey, Uncategorized Tagged: Ege University, graphic artist, Izmir, Jane Ingram Allen Project, Paper making, Photography, portrait, Timothy S. Allen, Turkey, workshop, writer
Thank you. He has a wonderfully expressive face and is a very nice person as well. Thank you for taking the time to comment.
Very nice photo! I think an even tighter crop, slightly brighter and converting it to black and white would be a nice edition of this photo too!
Nonetheless, nice portrait!
Tieme, thank you for your suggestions and taking the time to do so. I’ll try this. I’m sure the image is a strong candidate for b&w.
Also thank you for following my blog. That is greatly appreciated.
Best with all of your photographic endeavors and your presentation of ideas in your blog.
Thank you for the reply! Hope my suggestions didn’t bother you. It’s a very nice image!
Good luck on your photography journey as well! Hope it brings you everything you want!
Your suggestions are greatly appreciated. I post my images with the goal to learn more from people like yourself. If all I heard was the positive I wouldn’t grow much. So keep the comments coming. And for those that read this that goes for you as well.
You are absolutely right. My blog is for learning too, and suggestions from others are much appreciated, but what you like is most important! But he, suggestions for growing are positive 😉
Brilliant portrait… You brought out the character in his face…
Thank you. I spotted him and the lighting really emphasized the contours of his face.
Very nice shot Allen, such an expressive face….nicely captured.
Thank you. He is truly a find and as an artist he is creative.
Your picture captured all the character and intense concentration on his face.
Thank you. He does have a lot of character.
Nice portrait! It must have been a very interesting workshop given his intense concentration
Freddy they seemed to be very focused on Jane making paper. Some latter made paper for themselves.
Great shoot I really like that guys face, “The afternoon knows what the morning never suspected.”
― Robert Frost
Thank you so much. A very interesting person.
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