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Jun 11, 2016 20:30 |  #16

Ha the sock thing is driving me nuts here. Isnt this a photography forum? i dont post pics to get nitpiclkd about the subjects socks.....if i had a stylist then yes, it would be a different story. This guy turned up to get his portrait done. I did my job and there was not a chance in anything that i could have done anything about the socks, nor do i want to. Its a reflection of him and his wardrobe. like the previous poster statedi dont see anything wrong with the socks either. But man, i didnt think they were going to cause such a stir.


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Jun 17, 2016 07:21 |  #17

DonJuanMair wrote in post #18036478 (external link)
. But man, i didnt think they were going to cause such a stir.

And that, friends, is why he wears them. It's his shtick and it works for him.


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Jun 17, 2016 08:16 |  #18

I sometimes frequent styleforum.net and suffice it to say that most of us have NO idea what passes for edgy style and fashion. I think most males instijctively know what classic style (think Cary Grant or now, Leo de Caprio) looks like, but there's a whole other side to it with pants that end well above the socks, crazy scarves, etc.


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Jul 01, 2016 13:13 |  #19

There is really nothing that I don't like about this image. Love the yellow/orange/reds of the background and foreground. Love his pose and the dramatic lighting. I particularly like the way the light falls off of his face. Images such as this make me realize how far I have to go in my portrait photography. thanks for sharing!




  
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Jul 01, 2016 13:28 |  #20

I think it's a great shot. Any more, I think I visit these threads to be amused by the brittlely prim sensibilities of photographers that are so easily shook by "distraction". Let the man have his sock choice.


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Jul 04, 2016 19:05 |  #21

A very very nice shot, very well lit in my opinion. When people can't think of anything to say about the quality of the photo but must post something, they will nit pick. Great job!


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Jul 04, 2016 20:00 |  #22

Very nice




  
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