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Guest ashlandish

Looks good to me too. Always appreciate the portraits you share.

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very relaxed

very handsome boy

and a great b&w


Regards,

Armando

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Guest Hektoren

I believe the appropriate term is chiaroscuro, un mot Italien, je sais, mais nevertheless....Love the photo.

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Guest olivier

Thanks everyone.

Chiaroscuro indeed. A beautiful Italian word for a widespread technique.

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