okay, i know this a sartorial blog… but implicit within it is the art of the image. so, will you tell us sart how you capture a street shot while saturating out the background? as a person interested in both fashion and photography i would be very appreciative.
Very cool. Love the Seersucker. Cool white shirt. Classic black belt. Smart but summer too. Hat works a treat (good tip for you here Scott – doesn’t it look Bogart summer-tough and not remotely’Brideshead Revisited’ foppish?) The glasses and the hankie sign it all of brilliantly. This guy knows clothes well – but, above all, he knows himself. His clothes frame that great – young Jack Nicholson face. A man’s man – who ladies no doubt adore. Excellent from top ro bottom – including the Jack Kennedy hand-in-pocket stance. Timesless. Great shott – I tip my hat to ye!
Some thoughts: -Who said seersucker jackets have to be worn as a suit? - Love the glasses. Anyone have a name or source? - The pocket square just works and revitalizes the ‘look’ and balances off the seersucker blue.
Great spiffed-up casual look…the vintage dark belt, dark silk hanky and dark glasses balance the lighter jacket, panama hat, and crisp white shirt. The tone is not supposed to looks serious or over-coordinated, people, that is why the look is called “casual.” This guy can sit anywhere and not worry about ruining a pair of white pants.
I passed by this shot several times before actually seeing it. The outfit does not stand out and grag the eye. It has an unassuming casual elegance, cool and confident. I love the hat, but glad to see him holding it for the shot. An excellent outfit and a great shot. What equipment do you use (cameral, lens)?