Geisha no sen festival in Kanazawa .
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prezntime (3946) 2006-09-06 11:12
This is very beautiful shot. The B&W medium works very well in your composition. The triangle created by the shaows and the woman adds a nice bit of geometry as does the hills as a backdrop. Beautiful framing and clarity.
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soumik1976 (185) 2006-09-06 11:20
Great B&W post, shadows of the woman are very sharp and the framing is almost perfect. I wish you could have left just a tiny bit of space at the bottom. Anyway, congrats.
danby1 (3697) 2006-09-06 12:02
hello elvis and welcome to TE, nice shot for your first one, good composition, i think that more of a note would help, dont forget to critique other peoples work and they will visit you too given time, thanks for sharing, nice opening shot, lighting is very nice
Angelillo (9374) 2006-09-06 12:55
Welcome to TE. Your first shot is very interesting. The light is very beautiful, soft, clear and well distributed in the whole frame, playing with the dark areas, and with the geisha shadow. The double shadow gives a undefenied feeling of unreality. Beautiful! Thanks.
Wanda1 (15142) 2006-09-06 13:56
A very nice shot with the shadows on the background, good compositiion being slightly of centre and not exactly in the middle. A good choice to use black and white.
nickthegreek82 (1708) 2006-09-06 14:47
Perfect tonality in this shot. The subject is also well chosen.
vagabondtravels (6511) 2006-09-06 23:27
Great shot. Good pov and very sharp. Well seend and captured. Very nice b&w. Well done.
thaprem (2558) 2006-09-07 19:43
A very beautiful shot!...
This is so different from the usual Geisha shots...It has been almost a un written rule that every one takes gisha with their colourful Best!...
Here you have had a fantastic one with breaking every one of that set pattern. Forst B&W and then avoiding the most colourful front face...
One more lesson learnt!!..