Photographer's Note

I wanted to go out today and shot something for the scavenger hunt, but I'm in bed sick, so instead I found this picture inspired by Dave (davecall). I took this in Prague when I was about 13, so it's been awhile, I don't remember why a took it from this angle, probably because that was where I was standing, i don't remember the camera probably an old point and shoot one, but I do rember where it is, it's on The "Karl's Bridge" where loads of these portrait artist hang around.

I might be wrong, but don't you think that because the artist don't know their models they always paint sort of a standard female or male face with different hair on top? It's not to put them down, I just don't think you can draw an exellent portrait if you know nothing about the person in front of you...?

To show you my "skills" from back then I chose not to do any PP, except to add contrast to the drawing.

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