Hi Everyone, I’ve tried something new last month! A portrait photoshoot! First times are always HARD! I’m finding it hard still very exciting!

CowBoy The CowBoy!

OutlookThe Outlook!

TallStanding Tall!

Rayman RayMan!

HunkHunk!

Hunk2#2

Feel free.., I’m open to all kinda critics! πŸ˜€

Model: Mohd Khaleel

Tools: Nikon D90, Nikkor 105mm

23 Comments

  1. shaduly

    ho ho ho u had tried something diff .now u r promoted as professional………… excellent work where is this beautiful place and great model toooo huge applause

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  2. Steffie

    Wow, I am v e r y impressed. That looks really professional!
    Assume you used a studio with all the necessary gear like backdrops and lighting?
    Amazing results.

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  3. Nithul

    Daaa…………. super…… As shaduly said u have been promoted as a professional photographer…………… mind blowing…….. words are endless……

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  4. Nithul

    you proved it man………………………. thats it…..

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  5. Annette

    WOW! Impressive.

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  6. Beyond Bluestockings

    Looks like you had lots of fun with this photo adventure!

    I particularly like #3.

    It would have been nice to have one with his ‘windows of the soul’ visible πŸ™‚ While the glasses are cool, they reduce the warmth/humanity factor some.

    Great job!

    I’m looking forward to seeing more of your portraits πŸ˜€

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  7. Ed

    You da man! I think you got portraits down pat..:-) I realize you are in the UAE but where are the babes..:-)))))

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  8. chloe

    awwwwwwwwesome!

    nikkor 105mm….. (?)!

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  9. dibear

    What are you trying to do?…stop this old woman’s heart. LOVE the cowboy shot, this is steaming!! Nice job. Are you going to try your hand at portrait photography? You definitely have a talent.

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  10. Henry G L

    peRRRRfecto !! the model is on professional hands, so thatz what resulted in those fantastic works. Well done buddy, you got it and definitely have the talent. Best wishes for your new venture.

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  11. Khaleel

    good job!! thnx fr makin me a part!! keep on improvin.. !!next tym w’l rck!! “hunk” really shocked me!! i liked its lightin…

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  12. June

    Hunk! Oh my, yes. Oh. My. Yes. Hunk.

    I am awed by your skill. The first one…how did you do that…make one tiny part of his face absolutely focused and the rest fuzzy?

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  13. June

    Second photo, I meant, not first.

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  14. Nadiya

    Breathtaking! You did an amazing work!
    Wish I was your cam! lol! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

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  15. WildBlack

    Thanks guys! I never expected such a great response! πŸ˜€ Thank you all for your suggestions and support!

    Thanks Shaduly, you were always there for me, my dear!

    Thanks Steffie, You wont believe this; never used any other pro gears except a large mirror to reflect natural light to neutralize the shadow!

    Thanks Kautee!! You are far better than me dude!

    Thanks Annette, Thanks for your comments & mails! Glad you are enjoying my work, very much!

    Thanks Jo, Wont let you down! I’ll keep that in mind! πŸ˜€

    Thanks Ed, I’ll find some gorgeous babes next time!lol! πŸ˜‰

    Thanks Gorgeous! 105mm is not the micro one! just normal zoom! πŸ™‚

    Thanks Di, Hahahah! I’m trying my luck in portraits too!

    Thanks Habeebi! Will do!

    Thanks Khaleel, without you this was not possible! Dude, better be ready for more when I get back!

    Thanks June! Hunk is my favorite too! I’ll mail you in detail, its easy! πŸ˜€

    Thanks Nadiya! But I didnt get you! πŸ˜‰

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  16. thecrazysheeplady

    Really, really nice. LOVE the first one especially, but they are all fabulous.

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    • WildBlack

      Thanks Sara! The Ranch blog mates are the inspiration behind that shot! πŸ™‚

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  17. kateri

    Love the one with the rays. You really should do portraits. These are all amazing.

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  18. Lori Skoog

    Are you sure you have not studied this? Beautifully photographed! I’ll have to remember to check out this site again.

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  19. Lisa

    Which one is the real wildblack!! Veryyyyy Nice!

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  20. Anthony

    Wow! Awesome poses and shooting and very dramatic processing. #1 looks like the back cover of a country album (probably something you have to suffer through a lot less of over there).

    I was away working at a summer program for gifted but underprivileged high school students out in a more rural area. It’s about seventeen hours of work a day, and for six weeks (plus a training week before the kids show up) it gets very draining. I managed to shoot a little last summer, but this year it just didn’t happen.

    This was where I was “teaching” photography- I did it as a one a week activity for a group of nine students. All I had them do was develop their own film (I scanned it for them), but it was still a much bigger commitment than I thought it would be and it became very stressful. Suffice it to say it’s good to be home for a week or two before things pick back up with school. I’m easing m way back into shooting, and what’s grabbing my imagination right now is weirdo xpro stuff. I’m headed to the beach tomorrow with a couple more rolls of Provia. The results might be interesting.

    What’ve you been up to these last two months?

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  21. Olive

    Wasnt the first two pics too filmy? the remaining pics are gud coz it shows the model naturally…the lighting, angle, poses…all r natural and taken well.. but in the first two pics, the background, effects and even the model doesnt luk gud. probably because he has a nicely trimmed beard in the remaining pics and a yucky one in the first two! (i hope he doesnt read this!)

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  22. Saify Hussain

    Really very good my dear…… i like it very much….. who’s dat guy???

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