Waiting for the train to arrive.... did you ever see the movie Sliding Doors?
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anes_lc (14968) 2007-10-11 4:39
i don´t know the movie also ..but i will try look now..yu made me curiouse :)
great shot ,reflexion,light ,everything fit perfect
jasmis (57596) 2007-10-11 4:52
Znajomy temat. Ciekawe studium oczekiwania w tonacji B&W. Robi wrażenie.
delnaja (2052) 2007-10-11 5:09
never seen the movie but I like the photo...
2 worlds in b&w.
Great as always.
Polonaise (5796) 2007-10-11 5:33
Come and see and tell us who is the author of this babe ???
PS: Do I see some slight screw-up with the sharpness in there?
Oh, well...It can't be accidental.
You're the one who controls these things to a great extend, therefore - I take it as it is.
designsoul (21492) 2007-10-11 5:33
Yes, I have seen Sliding Doors, but even without the reference this is full mood, full atmosphere... I don't know how you find such perfect "models"-- like the woman in heels, for instance... fantastic spatial division, Rafal, sensitive tilt, reflected light... a beautiful portrait of three people... into my own favs.
Graal (89420) 2007-10-11 8:20
interesujaca scenka z odbiciami i oczekujaca osoba. Brakuje mi tu ostrosci - albo na odbiciu albo na kobiecie a ona poszla na rame szyb. Reportaz fajny.
Anna-- (7791) 2007-10-11 12:44
two people that are so near and so distant. Maybe the Sliding doors of a train in arrival could change their destiny...
Superb reflections and composition
Quentin (5280) 2007-10-12 1:08
I did not see your beautiful picture for a long time... But now I
try a come back on TE! This B&W shot is great and I like the two
single human presence as the rest of the picture is almost empty.
faubry (35335) 2007-10-12 2:22
hello Rafal, no, i dont know this movie, i like here these two parts in your photo,may be not enought contrasted??
take care, francine
brevbrev14 (140) 2007-10-12 2:41
Hi Rafal, i don't know the movie...
but i like a lot the different layers and lines of the image...
two separates worlds...
the light is superb!
i like it a lot!
michiels (4170) 2007-10-12 12:07
you created a third world of two allready existing worlds ... great job ! i like the choice of b&w.
Didn't see the movie, but interesting to look after it !
Vato_Law (12720) 2007-10-14 13:36
Another one really well seen with the reflection and the lady patiently waiting for the train to come. It's interesting to check the different moods and ways the persons have while waiting for their transport while at the stations and you got them well here, even if their faces aren't defined, we have their attitude towards the 'wait subject'.
vapours (8264) 2007-10-15 4:34
Doesn't sit well with me this one sorry Raf, I appreciate the two people stuck in their own world...but I dont know...I just find the right hand side lacking with nothing in the image really jumping out at me.
sayan (2617) 2007-10-24 23:34
Beautiful reflections! Great mood too. I like it a lot. I did not have the opportunity to see the movie but you have made me curious with your shortest note!!!
Dragonheart (8414) 2007-11-04 10:05
I am back again :-) this is a real Rafal's shot. I like how you have composed and the reflections and BW treatment.
Thanks for sharing
chc (1468) 2007-11-09 0:06
Your photograph allows to imagine that there is a relationship between the two persons. The reflection underlines it well.
toto (0) 2007-11-19 2:16
Belle photo NB de cette vue sur ces buildings et tout cela en réflexion, bien réalisée, bonne netteté, bons détails de l' endroit malgrés que la vue n' est pas en directe. Cela demande réflection.
jlynx (12569) 2007-11-20 6:20
Bardzo dobry, oszczêdny kadr, wyrafinowane ¶wiat³o i swietna tonalno¶æ. Lubiê takie kadry: zawsze dostarczaj± mi tego, czego oczekujê od najlepszej fotografii.
Pozdrawiam serdecznie z Poznania,
kamilto (0) 2007-11-25 17:53
a blurred picture, also bad contrast and poor angle...
Anushka (1132) 2008-12-28 2:49
Yes, I have seen sliding the doors. I can understand you, because there is same atmosphere in your picture. I liked both.
Booz (14343) 2009-01-21 5:41
ju¿ ponad rok Cie nie ma - a zdjêcie piekne - wielce wymowne...
AandK (1832) 2009-07-14 14:38
I just looked through my received critiques and the one you wrote on my "City of God" image was the best I got so far. It was so helpful for my photography!! Thanks again...
Concerning this shot I can only say that this is what people mean by "photography". You learned so well to play with light and its reflections! Everything seems to be chosen and realised prefectly. Even the focus is great and the effect of the burned out sky with the wires in it gives a highlight! Most of the shot I like the shadow of the womans shoe!
Juzo (4238) 2010-01-27 5:02
This is excellent , the light management and composition, but technicalities aside, it is the emotion and the atmosphere that makes this image so good to look at. I really feel I can look at the image for some time rather than a glance.
You have an excellent gallery and great to see pics of South Korea always.
- Copyright: Rafal Prus (jinju) (14265)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2007-10-00
- Categories: Daily Life
- Photo Version: Original Version
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- Date Submitted: 2007-10-11 4:02
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