Here is another welding picture, Also taken from the top of the construction we are working on.
Not much to say, a guy welding from a man basket and me spying.
PP: converted to B+W, clarifyed and framed, as usual.
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delic (6735) 2007-10-13 6:56
Interesting series of men-at-work photos from Bulgaria. Your trademark B&W conversions suit these situations very well. Here the vantage point couldn't be better of course. Was this some sort of assignment, or a work-related trip? Regards,
Thebigben (61) 2007-10-13 7:50
The amout of lights and darks in this picture are amazing. one of my favs.
Seb82 (2467) 2007-10-13 8:25
like everytime , your post traitement is excellent and your BW choice is very good!
Very good POV too , the light at the front of the man is interessting!
partha (13775) 2007-10-13 8:40
Nice top view. The shot is full of dynamism and the activities is described beautifully.
jonathan_hart (21268) 2007-10-13 10:13
this time with protection ;)
another good 'working hands' shot from another good high POV, and once again a good Harry B&W ;)
Bluejeans (64221) 2007-10-13 16:14
Fantasticas estas tuas foto a preto e branco do teu trabalho , gosto muito dos detalhes , bom enquadramento da foto , parabens!!
Um abraço Gonçalo
CaptainJack (0) 2007-10-13 20:01
Hello Harry - wonderful combination of both the angle and perspective you had for this shot. The conversion to B&W contribute to giving this a real metallic feel, all the more appropriate considering the type of work this welder is doing. I don't mind the overexposed focus of interest here, as it does help to emphasize what we should be looking at, and the bright smoke adds to the excitement in this shot.
dvlazar (6644) 2007-10-13 23:09
The bright and smoky subject really jump out in this photo and add to the photo. An interestly high angle, and once again I like your black and white work.
feather (51128) 2007-10-14 3:34
Excellent series of work photos. It's an original and worthwhile subject for TE. Your high POV is also a novel approach as we spy with you on the welder at work. As with much of your other work the use of the clarify filter suits the gritty feel of the images. Well done
anes_lc (14968) 2007-10-14 4:32
you never work?:D seams you have the camera all tie around :)
this time isabela will be happy :D
great conversion in b&w also this time
agbonavita (0) 2007-10-14 11:35
Harry this sequence of workmen photos are great. That one is lovely. Good POV, sharp, contrast.
bostankorkulugu (40778) 2007-10-14 16:14
great compo from the best pov i think... and your "usual" pp has created yet another work of art... excellent harry...
all the best
isabela_sor (47265) 2007-10-15 1:45
Finallllyyyyy!!!!Yes,now I am happy and you know (as my sister) know why :):):):)
Again a special POV,we can see perfectly what he is doing there
marietom (34603) 2007-10-15 8:51
Tèrs belle scène, à qui le noir et blanc va parfaitement.
Furachan (0) 2007-10-21 6:14
I thought I'd take a wander in your portfolio, Harry and man, the fine work that I found there. Like this dizzying shot from above - perfect POV for dramatizing this man's perilous job. Really PRO stuff, and with an Izus 75 too.
- Copyright: harry hansen (abulafia) (4900)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2007-10-08
- Categories: Daily Life
- Camera: Canon ixus 75
- Exposure: f/2.8, 1/250 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): My B+W, The working man [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2007-10-13 6:41
- Favorites: 1 [view]