And there were two. This image was a very big headache to replicate it. I did not have anything to be able to focus the light but finally, after hours and hours I got an EUREKA moment and found and easy, yet fiddly solution and managed to control the edge of the light. The original photo is by Andreas Feininger and it is a portrait of another photographer Dennis Stock, taken in New York City in 1951. I took a photo of my reflexion and flipped it horizontally in Lightroom. Opinions and critiques are welcomed. Find the original below.

And there were two.

This image was a very big headache to replicate it. I did not have anything to be able to focus the light but finally, after hours and hours I got an EUREKA moment and found and easy, yet fiddly solution and managed to control the edge of the light.

The original photo is by Andreas Feininger and it is a portrait of another photographer Dennis Stock, taken in New York City in 1951. I took a photo of my reflexion and flipped it horizontally in Lightroom.

Opinions and critiques are welcomed.

Find the original below.