Shyness | 28mm Portraits Project

A 28mm wide angle black and white portrait of a shy Parvathy Krishnan in Bangalore, Karnataka, India
Parvathy Krishnan | Bangalore, Karnataka, India

A portrait of Parvathy Krishnan in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. To find out more about photos like this from the 28mm Portraits Project, click here.


112 Replies to “Shyness | 28mm Portraits Project”

  1. Awesome shot. Your portraits are very nice. Do you feel that a proper portrait crops part of the head or face to be more portrait-like? I want to start taking more portraits, but don’t know where to start. Best lens?

    1. Thank you :)
      Some times a cropped portrait creates more impact. Easy to start with taking portraits of people you know. 85mm lens is a good lens for portraits which wont distort the face. But now I use a 28mm lens for my portraits.

  2. You inspire me as always. I have had a Sigma 30mm f/1.4 for a few years. I use it rarely but enjoy it. Usually for special occasions. My favourite is a shot of my granddaughter in costume all coiffed and made up for a dance recital. I also used it to video parts of the show because of its light capturing. I love the spontaneity of Shyness.

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