Volteando hacia el desierto de Merzouga......
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lousat (89896) 2011-12-16 2:35
Hi Yiannis,this is a magic place,i been there 2 months ago and i like it! Very original capture whit the girl whitout head walking,a magic game of lights and shadows on the dunes.Very well done,have a nice weekend and thanks,Luciano. (Merzouga is in Er Rachidia country,not in Western Sahara,you must to correct the destination).
bayno (18344) 2011-12-16 3:36
Hi Yiannis, i am agree with Luciano... but the head...much better with full body...just opinion...anyway good shot, regards, valter
smarcell (19965) 2011-12-16 7:33
No, please ! The first (and only) thing that one notices when looking at this picture is a missing head, whereas the human presence should be complementary to the landscape, that is the subject.
One should notice the landscape, that should be improved bu the human presence.
On the contrary here one notices the missing head and that's it !
krzychu30 (15512) 2011-12-16 8:33
about the landscape,I can only say wow.It´s really beautiful,like it would be from other planet.The colors are magnificent and the contrast betweent cold,blue sky and warm colors of the desert is amazing.The idea of capturing the woman in the frame was excellent.Maybe just one drawback.It´s pity you did not managed to capture her head.But otherwise the image is delightful.
Have a good weekend
melmcree (18) 2011-12-16 9:15
passed over this shot when viewing the gallery mostly because it didn't have the head on the body. came back to it because it didn't have the head on the body. Sometimes cropping something out as important as the head can just make a person want to look longer. The sand and the shadows has great and the depth of field are wonderful as well.
Remember, it's your photo. If you want to crop out the head for creative purposes, crop out the head! It would be just like everyone else's photo if you had left it that way.
Congrats to you!
athenapgerard (0) 2011-12-17 14:04
γιατι ρε γιαννη?? γιατι το εκοψες το ερμο το κεφαλι?? τι σου εκανε?? που ειναι το κρατος??
ybx (251) 2011-12-28 7:01
Hello Yiannis, the desert is always fascinating, especially with the warm & sharp light.
Optimal shooting point, exposure and colors.
Personally I would have left the girl's head.
macjake (67100) 2011-12-30 3:28
I have never been to a place like this before, looks like a memorable destination during your vacation.
Personally, i would have croped the photo closer to the woman's feet, but thats not a big deal in the grande scale of it all.
love the shapes and curves of the sand.
frunchy (1800) 2011-12-31 4:28
great headless picture. A good way to keep your loved ones out of the attention of millions of users. Also it is quite an art of photography. I think i like this one best so far, looking for more to come. Best regards, F.
aliabazari (16154) 2012-01-02 17:48
In this photo you have two types of tissue.The tissue under her feet up against the dunes and the texture is made of a woman's skin. Happy New Year
jmdias (63444) 2012-01-07 6:31
me gusta la luz y la definición de la imagen. creo que usted he imaginado una compo donde la mujer seria como una escultura griega, creo que es una idea interesante y escapa del común, pero me gustaría de ella con la cabeza. aun así una hermosa composición.
pierrefonds (65294) 2012-01-08 15:58
The distance between the person and the sand dunes is giving depth to the composition. The point of view is showing the details and colors of the sand dunes. I would have prefered to see the person in full instead of having her head cut off. Have a nice day.
sacimar (26205) 2012-01-25 6:02
me gusta esta idea tambien, el dejar cortada a la persona llama la atencion, la vista de las dunas tambien es atractiva, bien visto,
serp2000 (43800) 2012-02-24 10:12
I think, this is one of more interesting photos in your gallery. Well seen, excellent quality, perfect sharpness, good DoF, nice colours.
elenimavrandoni (0) 2012-10-30 17:11
Φωτογραφία με άποψη!