I like the antique feel to this[though not suggesting you are antique though] lol
Different perspective and b/w makes for something different
Yes slightly agree,but wanted his hands to look a bit grubby,hence b/w
These type of photos are difficult because the subject is emotive and if you try to focus or create a photo you could lose the moment,i think i would have set my shutterspeed before and took a shot then tryed for something different or angle after,but for us its easy to say that, i would also have given something for taking the photo,some people would walk by/ignore the person,thanks for sharing though,i sometimes think there but for the grace of god coud we be [not that i am religous though].
Another nice shot but think i would have preferred color in this one,still good though.
Gritty piece of work and so love this one,simple but effective,if i have one thought would be to crop of the car,but i still like this one.
thanks again for the comments/advice olga,strange how i did not even notice those feet.
thanks for the good comments/info olga yes he was and had made several carvings.
thankyou for the comments
Thanks i must read the instructions a bit
Your welcome,good to see other peoples point of view
True but did not want to get in the way,
Good profile of this woodturner and capturing his expression,although b/w might have been better[i think]
Street stalls can be good places to photograph,i would trim that bottom layer of veg in order to give the man a bigger profile in this.