New Delhi, India | 2012
“To be a star, you must shine your own light, follow your own
path, and don’t worry about the darkness, for that is when the stars shine brightest”
Uday-this is a wonderful portrait-you have really captured this child’s essence-those eyes!
what eyes!! where is this? why is her face so dirty? the dirt on her face makes the whiteness of her eyes stand out even more starkly…
The eyes are so knowing. Beautiful!
What a great face and shot!
Such beautiful eyes Uday. Great shot! :D
A beautiful child and wonderful portrait.
Stunning portrait. Wonderful light.
What I see is the light amidst the darkness. Beautiful shot. :)
Uday, your portraits are really stunning! Very well done!
Another wonderful capture Uday, really beautiful. You’ve captured her soul.
A brilliant portrait!
Excellent picture .. how adorable she is ..
Beautiful photo Uday! Such a sweet child, so friendly face :) The eyes are amazing!
You have such a huge talent for portrait photography. You succeed in capturing the true essence of the people you photograph. This photo is really superb, just look at these eyes !
Stunning shot, the close up defines the features. Simply beautiful. Great composition.
a boy, street wise and mature for his years; too much has he seen of life to forget and regain his childhood. bright eyes still sparkle with plenty of love
brilliant photograph Uday taken with patience and care and love
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Wow. Powerful. So admire your portraiture skills, Uday.
Ohhhh, that face! Such a powerful image. It pulls on so many emotions and draws all curiosity out of me. Really fabulous! Blessings to you Uday! Robyn
Fabulous shot. Love those big eyes.
Bright eyes, full of hope!!
you captured it beautifully..
I love this shot. It reminds me of the children who used to knock on my car window every day on my way to work in Delhi begging for money … with that lost look of driven survival. It was a big shock to me coming from neat and tidy Australia, where begging is virtually non-existent and left a mark that keeps my eyes wide open today. Love this shot.
What a gorgeous and striking face! Skillful capture indeed.
Love everything about this photo Uday; a great portrait!
Excellent shot… Innocent pose…
amazing depth in the picture dear…excellent capture :)
love this portrait!
Very nice image ! – but why that small ?
A really strong and tight portrait. Those eyes just really gets to you, very intense and very direct. I love the contrast between those big, white eyes and the dirty face of the kid.
I agree with Otto, couldn’t say it better!
Thats not just a face , its a story!
Awesome work Uday! that too when i know you are a self made photographer! a great applaud for you!
I think this is a beautifully captured photograph. I have to say I think the processing has let the photo down a bit, as the whites of the eyes look unnatural – just too white. I think the eyes are strong enough that there’s no need to push that up so far, but I guess everything is personal preference. But I still have to commend you on the photo itself, it really is a great capture.
There are people who can see what more than eyes can see and you have insight to capture thus…amazing
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