Selling The Drama

05 Mar 2009 597 views
 
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I like everything about this shot (toot-tootin' my own horn) except the angle (of construction and of the photography). Thoughts?

comments (10)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 5 Mar 2009, 01:53
Strangely imperfect image, Phot...a rarity on your blog and noteworthy for that!
Samarth: heh smile
  • 613photo
  • United States
  • 5 Mar 2009, 01:53
THere's a strange, ghostly flare on the left side. I really like that...it adds a lot of interest. Agree about the angle but some structures are so big you have to have just the right lens...most of us don't carry all of our gear around, I suspect.
Samarth: thanks dustin
I agree. It's a darn nice shot.
B&W makes it work more
cheers
Rob
Samarth: thank you rob...
  • Harry
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 5 Mar 2009, 17:04
its almost as if the left (of the shot) does'nt know what the right is doing.
Samarth: couldn't agree more...
  • Tom
  • United States
  • 5 Mar 2009, 19:55
Your black and white processing is exceptional. Wonderful mood created with a broad tonal range.
Samarth: thanks tom...
  • Alex
  • Spain
  • 6 Mar 2009, 08:32
El procesado es bestial, me encanta la prespectiva de donde has tomado la foto, buen trabajo.
Saludos.
Samarth: smile
Love the processing, superb!
Samarth: thanks ashish...
This is some crisp processing you applied here! And it is perfect for this subject! And I think the angle is just fine. If it was right from the front it would lack depth which makes it so impressive looking now.
Samarth: thank you arjan...
I agree with Arian. I like the dramatic feel to it. Nice work on this Sam.
Samarth: thanks tom!
The black and white processing here, really adds drama to this image! Nice work!
Samarth: thank you

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