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Discussion in 'Film Forum' started by Chris101, Jun 12, 2007.
Interesting angle! Well seen. One of my near future projects is to take pictures of people walking their dogs. I do like this shot!
I love this shot. Everything just works. Really great stuff Chris.
Thanks Ray & Chris!
I like the image and the boldness of it, but those people on the left upper corner are bothering me... They're almost more present then the main subject (which I believe is the dog and his master).
wow...until i read post from Ned i had not seen any people in the upper left!
i fixed on the diagonals, the triagonals, the rects within the rectagonal..the abstracting of the framework got me before i could see the subjects
Thanks Ned. They bother me too, but you know. Diversity was the main theme of the event so ... OH! You mean in the IMAGE!: Yeah. If only there was some way to make part of a picture disappear. I've been trying all sorts of dog photos lately. Listen to Elliot Erwitt about cloning.
ps, the first few sentences are humorous in intent. I do not harbor ill will toward any one. In fact I try to act with joy and compassion toward all people. There are a few individuals on my bad side, but that's personal.
pps, Ray, be sure to check out the Erwitt link. He shares some secrets to his dog photography.
Thanks Rodney. Now you can't help but see them huh. Or maybe that's me.
Yes, that was a good listen to a guy who has produced some very well known images. Thanks for the link.
It's interesting having both subjects off the image in opposite corners. I kinda like it that way =)