Perspective in colours
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timmiles (0) 2003-09-12 6:30
Nice photo, needs a polariser to cut down on the glare, I think and make the most of the different colours of the pencils which are lost here.
Also - sorry to say, but this shot has very little to do with "learning about the world through photography"!
zorro (530) 2003-09-12 20:25
this is also a great shot...but i like the first one.
steffleu (1373) 2003-09-14 18:50
Elle est encore plus belle que l'autre !
Bravo beau travail :o)
riclopes (35567) 2005-12-25 11:23
Today I took some time to visit your gallery.
To start with I loved your intrduction note. I supposed this shot is not properly answering the criteria of TE (may be more apropriate to TL), but as you said, "...it's nature which made that...". I love the quotation by Montesquieu and agree totally with the pleasure and sense of humor beeing a must in Photography.
I don't know how to give only one point or none in my critics (it's so subjective...). What is important to me is the comunication and sharing ideas and opinions and the evaluation points should not exists, but I supposed this is the sistem that works better.
This shot has originality and sense of humor. The other one has more sharpeness, but this one has more interesting composition and wider perspective. If I move my mouse down and up, it's a image full of motion, as well.
It's a pitty that you don't have a meanful note to support this nice shot.
Sometime ago, you made a wonderful critic to my Joshua tree and I had to ask for help, because I'm not so good at French. Today I loved to read it. Are you an expert of Biologist plants?
Thank you very much for all and have a wonderful Christmas time!
HNIK (1104) 2006-01-19 10:52
What an amazing shot,very interesting,the focus in center is very excellent,great shot,I like it so much,
mundocuadro (10) 2006-12-19 5:40
Beautifully composed and focused shot, especially the splashes of colour of the pencil nibs.
Regarding your note: what else could you have said anyway? You don't need context for photos like this, it's inspiring as it is.
uccia84 (720) 2007-01-07 13:15
una bellissima foto prospettiva eccellente...solo che non ha molto a che fare con TE no nrispecchia un luogo...
ruisc_pt (10125) 2007-01-07 14:06
I like it
Didi (49158) 2007-02-26 13:30
Bonsoir Mon ami
Je ne l'avais point vu celle là.
Une belle étoile crayonneuse.
Certes c'est une image pour TL, mais aussi pour TE pour nous rappeler que ce sont les crayons de couleurs de notre enfance qui nous a appris à colorer et maintenay c'est avec nos appareils photos que nous dessinons avec nos yeux.
irishkiwi (90) 2007-06-19 23:52
Neat shot. I like the composition and the DOF.
pierrefonds (48675) 2009-01-07 14:23
Ces crayons qui se rencontrent semble créer une sorte d'étoile aux pointes multiples. Elle envoie différentes teintes de couleurs. La oprise de vue donne une certaine perspective. Le sujet est bien cadré. Bonne soirée.
- Copyright: Philippe guillard (papagolf21) (76995)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2003-09-00
- Categories: Artwork
- Camera: Canon G3
- Details: Tripod: Yes
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Perspectives et mouvement [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2003-09-12 3:53