Mexico Portraits

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  1. Oldfireguy

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    I do a lot of work in Mexico during the summer and these are some portraits I took last summer. I'm not into posing people but like the type that just happen.

    I still have flashbacks from when I was a kid of photographers twisting me into shapes that they thought would make a better photo. Not saying posing people is bad, just not for me.

    Any way I hope you enjoy them.

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    Migrant kids.

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    My wife and a friend she made.
     
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    bah-utiful!!!!!
    i think they'd look good in B&W, but i really love them the way they are now. really great!
     
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    Ok. Let me know what you think.
     
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    Number 2 definately works in B&W.
    Nice work.
     
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    These are great! The first shot really does it for me though - something about all those tiny little faces crammed together like that. I agree with you on the posing thing - and look what a great candids shots you have!
     
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    yeah, b&w works well here :thumbup:
     

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