Another one from the village Pachmura near Bishnupur. A lady artist with her Terra-cotta Horses displayed on her small verandah, eagerly waiting for the customers.
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venslens (448) 2007-10-31 23:32
simplicity at its best.perfect framing.Could have been more carefull when reducing the size to post in TE.I mean its a bit small.A slightly bigger one would looke more good.
Manash (499) 2007-11-01 2:54
nice shot...I was there for a long time..when I was posted at Bankura Medical college...sweet memory of panchmura come again...
bapun1 (803) 2007-11-02 6:58
Nice picture and lovely details.
sayan (2617) 2007-11-03 6:39
A very good attempt, but it misses something. First of all, I would like to take the full figure of the lady and not crop the leg. Then it would be better if you can take it Horizontally, meaning that the beautifull works of teracotta is cropped here. Finally a closer look at her with those terracotta horses in background would be interesting to see. It also lacks abit sharpness.
Photo65Net (43120) 2007-11-18 0:34
A nice portrait.
Your wide framing allows to see the colorful environment, and it is a good choice.
MeAT (1174) 2008-02-21 19:22
This is a nice shot, nicely laid out, various elements to look at. A bit out of focus though. The sharpness is not quite what it should be.
colinb (1590) 2008-03-03 17:34
Very nice shot. I like the pose you've caught. The scene is well composed. Thanks for sharing.
Matthew-Watt (6043) 2008-03-04 21:02
The photo is well constructed; I like how the main subject, this woman, is in front of the many terracotta horse statues behind her. To make this even better, I would consider more saturation and contrast, a slight amount more sharpness and the inclusion of her missing foot. The earthy colour is a great feature of this photo. I am glad that you decided to frame it also.
mumek (20198) 2008-03-08 3:51
Nice capture of the lady artist sitting in front of her home with her terra-cota horses.
Very well done.
Bratman (82) 2008-03-20 20:22
Hi Avishek. Strong portrait tells a story. I like the way ou have included minimal but necessary items to put the image in context. The woman not looking at the camera works well. Best, Brat.
goodfriend19 (283) 2008-03-21 2:06
good capture of a good subject. A bit more sharpness could add more.
marietom (34607) 2008-03-26 0:38
Joli portrait, très expressif, dans un beau décor.
aloyho (6798) 2008-04-11 5:25
This is a nice portrait with good skin tone and a well managed lighting. I like the composition despite the bit on the leg and especially the worried expression on her face which tells so much about life. Well done!!
hispic (9619) 2008-04-30 2:22
A brownish tonality attracted me, the lady artist's face is put on the most appropriate position in composition. Very decorous shot.
Best wishes, Hisashi
Nolme (6827) 2008-05-06 4:09
What a beautiful expression of this woman who seems lost in time. great shot
testmaniac (13508) 2008-05-06 6:27
Hi Marek, good shot and interesting moment! Only the photo quality may be much better.
TFS and regards,
Sibani (4) 2008-07-04 11:49
a great conceptual thought.thank u
Ankush (49) 2008-07-04 11:52
simply incredible.thank u
serp2000 (38051) 2009-04-24 23:10
Excellent shot! This is best choice for TE. I like this composition, nice colours! TFS!
Preeti123 (0) 2010-01-01 1:21
Excellent subject! I wanted to use some of your photos for a guidebook. Could you provide me your contact details. Mine are email@example.com
subhendu_bagchi (25260) 2010-01-12 7:16
beautiful portrait from Bankura. Though focusing a bit incorrect to her face but surrounded focal points are made it great. Nice artpiece aside. Colours are so natural and depth is superb. I really enjoyed it. Tfs.
Have a nice time.
faubry (35405) 2010-01-14 2:33
beautiful scene caught but pitty for her foot! nice colors and presentation