Monk | China Town, Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia | 2009
back to street photography……. once again u seem to hav caught an wanderer/itinerant ????
Rather of a worried look on his face! I presume he’s a monk. Contrast good and helps to show off the lines on his face and the folds of his robes.
Great image my friend.
He looks like a real one. The fakes over here can be recognized by their clothing. Beautiful street portrait and the vignetting puts the focus completely on the monk.
Wonderful portrait, I am not sure if he is happy about it though.
The light and colors are wonderful!
a pretty good shot .. whether he is a fake or real monk!!
Lovely colors. Love the expressions on his face.
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nice street shot and a great play with the focus!
Love the way the monk is highlighted.
Excellent use of focus and colors.
Once more a beautiful shot
Wonderful portrait! His expression makes this picture! Well done Joshi.
Beautiful street photo and light.
Great street shot, he do look a bit worried… fake or not… nice shot
luved the way u cleared all the distractions congrats on the new domain and have a good trip of malaysia
I’ve never seen a fake monk before as far as I know but this guy looks real enough (apart from the worried look on his face perhaps)
It’s a delightful street photo!
I guess it is perception. What is real to some may be fake to others
or is it a clean shaved sree narayana guru ?
very nice instant portrait..beautiful light..great expression..bravo!
Great shot, as usual
He doesn’t look very happy, didn’t you have to pay for taking a picture of him afterwards ? Anyway it’s very life !
I love this portrait so spiritual
Beautiful perspective and composition, a beautiful image, good job.
Excellent portrait shot !
Beautiful work I would love a shot like this in my portfolio !!
Cool, I like the ambiguous expression. A real moment, if nothing else is real.
A moving expression for this portrait
Great work, i like the expression on your face (mhh… surprised??)
Un portrait bien réussi qui met bien en valeur cet homme.
I’m not sure if real or not, but you’ve captured a really striking image. The lighting is superb.
Que retrato mas bueno, me gusta por su sencillez, pero a la vez por lo que transmite al verlo.
Buen trabajo, saludos.
Wonderful expression. Hard to say, if it is real, for me looks like real
Real or not real it’s Masterly!!
Nice shot…beautiful tones and superb expression
I don’t knoe if he’s a fake or for real, but he looks a bit concerned about something. Neat expression captured Joshi.
i wonder what he might think here.. you surprised him, yet he is thinking abou something, and i like the expression, the way you caught him. great shot Daniel !
Not sure I undertand your title here, if you cannot say, I can’t too.
He seems to be surprised, its hands on the money (?), maybe he is playing the game of fake…
I like the way the wrinkles on hands and expression on this mans face has come out..beautiful
Another nice one, Josh. Did you ask him to pose for you? Great capture of expression. The man seems to have lived through a lot. Cheers!
Precioso retrato. Muy expresivo. Buen trabajo. Un saludo.
Beautiful. He looks very worried.
I love the emotion presented in this photo! Well done on the entire composition!
He is lyk a hologram, standin out in da frame…nice edit.
I idea whether fake or real. But only idea that it’s a beautiful photograph.
You very well apply vignetting, good portrait!
Aliya! His humble expression was captured at the right time.
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Great picture. Love your portraits.
hes a fake or a very bad Monk( is robe isnt even on properly)
Im a Monk and that sort of carry on isnt giving Buddhism a good name.
Wonderful portrait photo. Have a good day. Antoine.
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