A new (but shortlived) addition to my camera line-up was a Nikon F3, which this was shot with. I'm a big fan of the overall feel of this body and found switching back to my D70 hard work.
There isn't much that needs to be said about this photo. I really like it, but then again I took it... :)
The PP is a little bad as I was working on an 8-bit JPEG, so sorry about this. Maybe I'll do a WS post when I get it scanned properly.
I've been away for a long time now and I'm looking forward to being back. Finished my degree and I'm moving down to London in a month for a job. Hoping to provide you some nice shots from there.
Nobody has marked this note useful
Critiques | Translate
dsidwell (9783) 2006-06-03 10:54
Hi Lewis. I love how you've shot into the sun here, and made some very nice sillhouettes in doing so. It is also very nice to have just a touch of texture in those sillhouettes. NIcely done!
eleparc (24063) 2006-06-04 16:08
Congrats for your degree lewis and glad to see you back with us;-) DO you mean to say that you had rain in Manchester??;..-) it cannot be! haha!
Furachan (0) 2006-06-05 6:31
This rarher bleak work apeals to me greatly, Lewis - let me say it right out: it is underrated. Nothing immediately exciting about it and it is "dark" but it communicates a strong mood. This is top notch photography, mate, for comaisseurs maybe, but don't let that deter you with your old FG and romm lens. Well seen, the stolid solidity of the columns and the fragility of human legs...waiting.
delnaja (2054) 2006-07-04 12:42
I like the point of view, just showing a part of the scene, it makes me imagine more and I like that in photos : )
jmdaoudal (82) 2006-08-12 3:24
This is a very artistic one in your portfolio, a nice vew with a message.
Well composed just like if the awaiter would take roots here and be a part of the landscape in future.
I like it