Black and White Portrait Travel Pride and happiness November 15, 2009 Smiling old man wearing turban | Taj Mahal, Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India 19.129817 72.814917 Share thisClick to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Click to email (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related #India#Uttar Pradesh Post navigation ← In these hands Silhouette of a man with umbrella → 62 thoughts on “Pride and happiness” Totally India :-) Beatiful editing Joshi. Reply ↓ Excellant snap. your choice of models is worth mentioning. they have very unique features. Reply ↓ :) Reply ↓ Now this is really great one. Nice colors and great shot. Reply ↓ W.O.W The best ! Reply ↓ well pride is bad, but happiness is good, so he gets 50% on that test lol very very very nice portrait!!! Reply ↓ He looks so happy and satisfied. A very good shot, – and I do like the “old fashioned” b/w.!! Reply ↓ love the composition and the processing of this portrait. well done! Reply ↓ Made me smile! Good catch. :) Reply ↓ Love the color. Cheers! Reply ↓ I smile back to you, sweet man ! Stunning compo & tones. Joshi ? You are a sensitive genius ! Reply ↓ Nice toning. Reply ↓ This is really a beautiful portrait Reply ↓ Me gusta mucho este conjunto de paisaje y retrato que incorpora varios planos con lecturas diferentes. Muy buen trabajo y perfecto procesado. Reply ↓ Excellent portrait Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait and sepia tones. Reply ↓ not everyday there is your photo to be shown, but once exhibited here, it’s always fantastic as ever… Reply ↓ I love that tone of the shot. Makes it really very classic. Reply ↓ Fatabulous Reply ↓ This is truly a beautiful expression :), excellent treatment ! Reply ↓ Great portrait, he looks very happy. Reply ↓ Interesting processing, fabulous mustache worthy of the mustache hall of fame, and the Taj Mahal like a dream in the background. Reply ↓ Portrait d’un homme heureux devant un fameux monument. Reply ↓ Lo que daria yo por poder fotografiar el Taj-Mahal, tiene que ser espectacular. La fotografia te ha quedado soberbia, admiro mucho tu trabajo. Abrazos. Reply ↓ Brilliant portrait and dito processing! Reply ↓ Exellent with the buildings in the background. Reply ↓ gr8 shot joshi. sepia? Reply ↓ lots of interesting characters over there. like the sepia effect. Reply ↓ I like the tones in this. Reply ↓ another excellent portrait … beautiful tones. Reply ↓ Stunning portrait ! Love these awesome tones . Reply ↓ loved it dude…dis one s too gd Reply ↓ Such a timeless shot. I can’t wait to go back there. Thank you for sharing. Reply ↓ Perfect! Taj Mahal looks so beautiful with the man’s smile in the foreground. Reply ↓ Lovely old style treatment, the look of man is perfect for this style! Reply ↓ Una fotografia magnifica, me gustan los tonos elegidos! saludos!! Reply ↓ Very nice portrait photo. Have a good day. Antoine. Reply ↓ I like the pastels of the overexposed mood ;) Reply ↓ great one! perfect model! looks like an advertisement. Reply ↓ nice catch with nice processing ;) … Reply ↓ A very evocative portrait Reply ↓ I missed some fantastic pictures here while I was away ! Reply ↓ Stunning portrait, excellent toning and a great background. Love how you managed to capture this man in his native surroundings and with such calm and peacefulness. Reply ↓ Wonderful portrait! Love the colour tones. Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait and processing! I like the tones a lot, and the title is perfect. Reply ↓ nice shot joshi bhai Reply ↓ fabulous composition….the sepia tones make the shot more special! Reply ↓ very beautiful and natural! great shot! Reply ↓ like the old touch .. good job Reply ↓ Good photo with historical context. Reply ↓ Great portrait, i like the color u used. Beautiful shot! Reply ↓ Wonderful. I only wish I could view it larger. :) Reply ↓ Lovely composition n tone.. :) Reply ↓ We have a connection here. I read philosophical books. You make philosophical photos. p.s. You blew my socks! Reply ↓ Excellent tones ! feels like 1920 :) Nice to get the Taj Mahal in the background. Reply ↓ cute smile :) Reply ↓ This is so poignant. Looks like a three decade old documentary. Reply ↓ Such an idea of a portrait shot is totally inspiring. Love the tone and saturation, and a selection of a remarkable subject. Reply ↓ He looks so happy!! :) Reply ↓ Beautiful portrait with a wonderful background ; ) Reply ↓ Indeed… I loved how you captured his expression :) Reply ↓ Brilliant portrait Joshi. Reply ↓ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... 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