Focus and Concentration


I took this portrait of +Ben Proudfoot Film Director and Producer and +David Bolen cinematographer at work last week in Steven's workshop. It was enlightening to see such a professional team at work and so focused on their vision.

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13 Responses

  1. Thanks a lot +Marlène Rak – they were incredibly hard working and dedicated. They knew what they wanted to get in the way of footage and they went for it. I am looking forward to seeing the results.

    Thanks so much +Deborah Miles – I, too, like the way Black and White photography removes the distraction that colour might introduce in some photos.

    +Christina Lihani – thanks Christina.

    +David Diamond thank you very much for that lovely (and thoughtful) comment. I agree, they do seem to be extensions of the equipment (or vice versa). That's the way it seemed, to see them working.

    Thank you +Sumit Sen

    +Photo Mania Canada and +Giselle Savoie and +Mark HELM thank you very much for the reshare and the comment. 😀

    Me too, thanks very much +Ursula Klepper – being in the project has made me look at many photographs to see whether they have more potential as B&W. And many do. 😀

    They were almost completely unaware, +Gernot Glaeser – you are right. 🙂 Thank you.

  2. Very nice connection between the human eyes and the mechanical eyes. I don't know what it is, but it just seems like they are a natural extension of the camera, or vice versa. Beautiful shot, Ellie.

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