Friday, May 03, 2013

Sankt Eico

Sankt Eico
This is Erik. Met him in Handen. He works with deconstruction. I thought he looked like a cool dude. His hobbies includes role-playing and computer games. He is also a bit of an artisan and creates leather items and jewellary. He was on his way to the train station so we only talked for a couple of minutes, but I did have time to shoot this Brenizer style portrait. I used fifteen photos here at f.2.0.

14 comments:

Barbara Farr said...

I bet he crafted his messenger bag. Nice portrait.

Jack said...

You find very interesting people, Steffe.

Bob Crowe said...

He looks the kind of person who would enjoy the beer mentioned in my Friday post. I think what he does is called demolition in this country.

John said...

He looks a little 'deconstructed' - like the narrow depth of field with the f2.0

Lasse Jansson said...

Yes, he sure is a cool dude. You really can find interesting objects for your pictures!

Stefan Jansson said...

Practise makes perfect when it comes to spotting cool people. Earlier in the day I met a girl who I had previously photographed. She told me that she doesn't like having her photo taken!

I think you are right about the bag Barbara. Would be fun to have a camera bag in Erik's style.

Oh, and I think there's a difference between deconstruction and demolition.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

If he did make leather camera bags I'd put in an order Steffe, I like his man bag very much :)

JM said...

Cool dude indeed!

VP said...

I wonder how I would look dressed like that, but then I remember my weight, my age and my lack of hair....

jennyfreckles said...

You do find some cool looking people, great portrait.

This is Belgium said...

fun to run into people
and double fun to run into colorful people

Dianne said...

Wow! what a character Steffe .... just gotta love them boots.

Julie said...

SO IF deconstruction is not the same as demolition, what is it?

Stefan Jansson said...

If you demolish a building there's not much left. Deconstruction means that you can reuse most of the material, I think.