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 By: Omar Rifaat  
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Photographer  Omar Rifaat {Karma:10141}
Project #49 Dramatic Portrait Camera Model Rolleiflex
Categories Portrait
People
Film Format
Portfolio People
Lens Carl Zeiss
Uploaded 7/23/2005 Film / Memory Type Ilford  Delta Pro
    ISO / Film Speed 100
Views 535 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 13 Rating
5.75
/ 4 Ratings
Location City - 
State -  KENT
Country - United Kingdom   United Kingdom
About A number of our friends and relations have died recently, but they live on within us....

This seems to have affected me personally. Ever since a funeral a few months ago I have gone 'quiet' in terms of my inspiration for photography. It is coming back to me, but shows me how intimate an art photography really is, and how linked it is to the soul.

This is a reload with slight improvement. Sorry if you commented on the original and I deleted it!

Greeting to all my friends.
Omar
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There are 13 Comments in 1 Pages
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Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 9/10/2005
Wow, Luis! Thanks so much for your super-fast and super-nice comments on my shots! You have a lot of energy!!
I try to keep up with my friends, but unfortunately I never have the time these days.....
Take care, my friend..
Omar

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Luís Lobo Henriques   {K:9002} 9/10/2005
Dramatic but stuning portrait, Omar!
I like your style!

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Claude Tenot   {K:9960} 8/2/2005
Magnifique portrait Omar...une très belle sérénité dans la pose...l'image en elle-même paraît parfaitement intemporelle...grand bravo

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cessy karina   {K:14205} 8/1/2005
beautiful and strong portrait, Omar
her expression is very well captured and intriguing background
excellent lighting and tones

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Khaled Mursi Hammoud Khaled Mursi Hammoud   {K:54005} 7/29/2005
The lighting, tones and the tomb stones in the background are very dramatic.... I know what do you mean my friend.
We all lose our beloved ones, that's life... we should pray for them and God for His blessings.
Thanx for sharing Omar, waiting for your photos my friend,
Khaled.

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Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 7/27/2005
Hi Stefan,
Thanks for stopping by.. You were right, I was trying to figour out how to get rid of the placard without loksing the moment. not much I could do in the end.. Thanks for your sympaties and comment..
Omar

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Stefan Engström   {K:24473} 7/26/2005
Sorry for your losses Omar - your inspiration will come back renewed. This has the look of an early Bergman movie to me. A little ambivalent about showing the sign on the bench (as were you apparently :-)

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Kiarang Alaei Kiarang Alaei   {K:49415} 7/23/2005
Very dramatic & strange feeling!

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Thilo Bayer Thilo Bayer   {K:50358} 7/23/2005
Hi Omar,

Inspiration is always there but sometimes hidden from stronger feelings. So I know very well what you mean with you about.

The portrait is really strong in termins of the background and the message behind. good work!

best wishes,
Thilo

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George Black George Black   {K:102005} 7/23/2005
Very beautiful portrait. It recalls the work of Ingmar Bergmann, a master of black and white images resonant with somber feelings and memories.

Regards,
--George

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Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 7/23/2005
Thanks (twice!) Patrick. Its always nice to get your feedback..
Omar

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Patrick Jacobson   {K:29151} 7/23/2005
No problem! =) Happends that i do that as well (quite often sometimes.. hehe).

Its a great portrait that makes me think about life/death. Very good pose/expression plus the composition with the tombstones in the backgrounds adds alot. I like the tones also!

Cheers

Patrick J

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D W   {K:2560} 7/23/2005
Beautifylly composed and great tones.

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