Categories Fisheye Indoor People Photos Sculptures jobs Post author By Rian Post date March 3, 2010 20 Comments on jobs ..steve jobs.. (well, that’s what i initially thought of when i saw this guy) Tags The Metropolitan Museum of Art ← raspy → bally’s 20 replies on “jobs” Yes, I can see him, Rian. It’s fun to see his work…easier than a live model, I guess. I love the fisheye effect on the columns. The draftsman crunches his model and nothing noise. Very good for the fisheye, Rian ! Artist at work ! hah true. just put some white sneakers on him and its a dead match. and look, he;s even got a tablet! I didn’t know what to expect as i was scrolling down. But then, the Steve Jobs thing cracked me up….lol. This is an awesome shot, Ryan ! Such a perfect clarity, light , tones . Bravo ! He’s found a way to study nude sketching without paying for a live model. Your image has lovely hues in it. Really nice. A fine action shot. I have to admire this artist who can sketch while holding a board with his other hand…remarkable! The whole scene has many engaging qualities that make it work so well. Fine image. really terrific shot! I like the feeling that the image is bowing a little bit 🙂 Nice light and details. Interesting light on the Leon Levy …. Bonsoir, sculpture, drawing and photography..A nice set..Bravo! A young Steve Jobs, true 🙂 Like Don, i find fascinating the ability of this guy sketching as he does. Nice capture! Impressive composition, a photographer (digital artist) taking a photo of an artist painting a sculpture by another artist. My next lens is definitely going to be a fisheye, love the effect here. Beautiful shot. And I love the title… yes this is a great composition. and so many beautiful whites and creams in this. lovely exposure! this is actually a difficult shot for a balanced exposure. Nice shot, and the resemblance is there. I wonder if he added some extra inches in the drawing. Just to do the guy a favour, hundreds of years after he died 😉 I like this very much as a portrait of that artist. If I were him, Id want a copy. As for the inside lighting angle of this… fantastic! Even throughout and crisp. VERY nice job. Interesting, you show the effort, the tradition … to success, not only “geek and buzz” 😉 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.