“Ryan at Johnson Square”

Canon 7D Tamron f2.0 60mm macro lens (EFL = 96mm) ISO 800 f2.5@ 1/180th handheld – natural light

This entry was written by Craig , posted on Thursday May 26 2011at 11:05 am , filed under Music, People, Savannah, Street Portraits . Bookmark the permalink . Post a comment below or leave a trackback: Trackback URL.

3 Responses to ““Ryan at Johnson Square””

  • wnor says:

    Oh, WOW, Craig. This is a fantastic shot of Ryan. Having Ryan sit in front of the fountain is a great idea that helps separate him from the background. The dots of light and the other parts of the background could be looked at as background notes to Ryan’s song. Really like it a lot. This Tamron lens is helping you capture some great images.


  • Craig says:

    Hey Wes,

    Thank you for the kind words about this shot.

    I like it alot too. I also really enjoyed working with Ryan on the portrait. He is a great guy….laid back and very comfortable in front of the camera…..Craig

  • Eric says:

    Beautiful lighting on Ryan in this shot, and, Wes, I love the metaphor of drops of water as notes to Ryan’s song. The other thing that I really like about this shot is the reflection of those amazing live oaks in Ryan’s guitar. The “harmony” (to continue the music metaphor) between that reflection and the out of focus trees in the background really helps take this image over the top for me.

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