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I love this picture!!!
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Great picture! Beautiful tones and composicion. I love it
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mnividela Jun 11
Amazing Mercedes! I love it! 🥰❤️
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There... where the way is calling me.



Faceless portraits can show us a veiled or mobilizer message or idea. ...The unknown and mysterious...Problems that we have to face...The future, challenges, an...
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Faceless portraits can show us a veiled or mobilizer message or idea. ...The unknown and mysterious...Problems that we have to face...The future, challenges, and new opportunities or adventures...
Are you ready to go where your way is calling you?
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Runner Up in Behind You Photo Contest
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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo on an abandoned train track in Buenos Aires Province , Argentina.
Time
It was about five PM during winter time.
Lighting
It was taken only with natural light. I was specially interested in the light at the end of the way
Equipment
Canon 5 D Mark III. Lens Canon: Ef 135 mm f/2 USM No tripod, no flash.
Inspiration
I Love faceless pictures. I think that they are interesting because they have something unveiled, something that viewers can imagine or ask about. They can be stories with an open-end I worked with the composition, perspective, symmetry, light at the background and cold colors to create the picture that I was imagining.
Editing
It worked with Lightroom and after with Photoshop. With the edition I emphasized the points that I listed before (composition, symmetry, light at the background and cold colours to create the atmosphere that I was looking for.
In my camera bag
Canon 5 D Mark III. Lens Canon: Ef 135 mm f/2 USM.and Canon Ef 50 mm f/1,2 USM
Feedback
Focus on the work you would like to create. And at the same time be enough open and creative during the editing time.

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