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Discussion in 'Miscellany' started by FishSauce, Oct 30, 2005.
Strangers who crossed my photography's path on sunday morning ...
Ben, I am impressed with these images. The composition and B&W conversion is right on and they do evoke some emotion as well. Excellent.
Thanks for your comments, greatly appreciated :smile:
Taken at Cloud Gate, Ben? Nicely done!
Yep.. The second picture was taken at Cloud Gate , my favorite scupture in Chicago. The first picture was taken at grand park, along Lake Shore close to the fountain.
Last sunday I tried something different by going to the city for Autumn pictures instead of the garden and the wood. The city has it own beauty which I tryto capture, I might post them later
Glad that you like it
Ben, I really like that 'white' look that your two pictures have in abundance - I try to emulate that (with varied success) all the time. You have nailed it. Usually I do not like pictures taken from behind (although I do that a lot too.) The first picture does work with it though, maybe something to do with the fall theme. You know, Autumn, and Exit of Summer ...
On the second photo, it works like a charm, because we get to see them from two different viewpoints, maybe three if we consider the photo the guy is taking that we can only see in our imagination. Thanks for posting these great photos!
Thanks so much for your compliment. You could not spot me in the picture :smile: becauce I tried to keep my distance from them by using my 80-400 vr lens
The reflection of the couple's fading white look reveal to us that happiness is actually fragile...
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