Framed by aadilj (18102)
carobnica (1336) 2008-10-07 2:03
Well you really mastered making interesting photographs by using architectural elements and play of light. It is not an easy job so first my congratulations for that. This is one of rare photos (ok not so rare but comparing to whole opus it is) where you included human figure and it works great. I am not one of those who claim that central compositions are boring and not working, for me they work if the work is rightly done and you did it by using the play of light and color accents. I like it.
By the way who did you menage to make so many photos of architecture without human interference? just wondering. it is hard work to do, and when I have India in mind, wow.
ciao and thank you for commenting my photographs. As I wrote, I came back here after looong time, so thank you for encouragement.
Another Runnning Man by kensimage (8565)
carobnica (1336) 2008-10-07 1:46
The atmosphere here is great. The emptiness of the foreground and blurred man running while looking towards the camera, there could be nice story if one would try to make one. The rhythm and the depth suggested by columns and lines works perfectly with this accidental runner that "ruined" your photo, but in my case he actually made it not to be dull.
B/Proip/bido... just don't do it, ok? by Luko (14000)
carobnica (1336) 2008-10-07 1:39
There is something for me in wall-paper photographs as I call them - when photography abandon what is one of the most particular thing of the medium - the depth. When photographer do it rightly it can be great, as in this case. Everything is glued together and it works. Color accent and title helped not to be boring. Another thing which imidially atracted me towards this one (I was looking what you have been photographing lately) are this rusty walls. I have a thing about it. anyway, great photo Luko.
an angel in Paris by coco (30439)
carobnica (1336) 2008-10-07 1:25
Even though you already got many points for this one I can't resist to write a note of my own. Immediately when I saw it, maybe the title helped in that a little bit, it reminded me on Wenders movie Wings of desire. The atmosphere, her artistic appearance... I love everything about it but I have one complain, even though I know it is hard to make a perfect street portrait; I would prefer if you didn't cut her hand. the cut of accordion although is perfect, suggesting the stretching, going out of the frame. I love it. Beautiful photo.
The smiling guard :) by alimo3 (6854)
carobnica (1336) 2005-11-25 5:27
this is such a charming portrait that I simply can not to pass against it and not to say anything.
what is really beautiful here is this true smile that he gave you. as it seems he was even supresing himself not to smile too much.hehehe.
great portait; close cadrage, with nice ambience behind him.
SMALL DOTS by sandip (3492)
carobnica (1336) 2005-11-24 6:59
very powerful shot.
I can say even minimalistic in that positive sense of that word.
there's something magical in it even tough I can't completely feel what's giving me this feeling. I guess all togher your composition togeter with dance of waves...and those little dots.
beuatiful and poetic photo.
A bit shy.. by nerve (10231)
carobnica (1336) 2005-11-24 6:55
emotions are simply bursting and coming out of it in almost infectious way.
the composition is great which is nothing unusual for you, and the moment as it is, caught in this decisive moment is beautiful.
Knock Knock... by summersun (4978)
carobnica (1336) 2005-11-24 6:52
this is indeed very interesting, charming and beautiful shot.
there's a bit crazy atmosphere sugested with this strong blue color. I like it.
also the way you caught this girl in this interesting moment is simply great.
great composition with blue surfaces in contrast to her white clothes.
what to say... beautiful photograph.