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mdchachi (1617) 2002-11-19 11:58
I like the motion, textures and spartan variety of colors in the scene. Comes together very nicely.
BobTrips (1857) 2002-11-19 12:58
I like the color and 'feel' of this shot.
Would prefer to have a bit faster shutter speed, enough to keep the motion in the hands but sharpening the face.
Have you tried cropping off a bit - top and bottom?
sam (897) 2002-11-19 16:37
This image has terrific mood. I really like the green color cast and the motion blur. Although the colors are powerful, I'd guess that this would make a strong b&w image too, because of all the texture. I really feel that this is a deep, dark, tucked-away place where the real work of hand-crafted silk cloth goes on. I would crop a little off the top, to remove that object in the top left corner. I'd also rotate the frame slightly to the left, to get the walls alligned vertically. Great shot.
Sean44 (63) 2002-11-21 14:46
I really like this photo, it's one of my favorites on the site. I do, however, agree that it could benefit from some cropping (top & bottom).
Bayleaf (1478) 2002-12-15 19:35
Great Shot! I agree that cropping the top a little to remove the object would be good, and a little more detail in the face would have been nice. Still, a wonderful peice of work.
Luko (13978) 2003-07-19 16:49
What a great shot with its apparent simpleness but excellent lines and shapes balance, the blur is top notch to figure the exact arms move.
I would stuff my eyes with all that green.
Maru (0) 2004-11-27 12:04
I like the composition. Good contrast with the shadows. I agree to crop a bit the bottom, but i like the top. The shadow growing in the middle provides dramatism to the atmosphere.
kellyfajack (0) 2004-12-14 14:38
Now this is a photograph!
retesh_gondal (173) 2004-12-14 14:48
great shot but blurrness takes away all its charm...still commendable effort!
carobnica (1336) 2005-07-21 9:02
beautiful colours, movement, atmosphere...
Prisley (1485) 2005-09-08 11:20
I totally agree with BobTrips about the sharpening of the face. It would have been a perfect shot then. Anyway, I like this green, and the lonely light upon him. Very good scene, which would worth a note I think ;o)