Continuing the washed-out series on the daily life in China...
Who am I to comment on that geat counry?????
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asl (445) 2011-09-17 13:58
Dear Jerzy, what a beautiful photo! I find it extremely talkative of China indeed! Congrats! sincerely, Anne-Sophie
yzzabelle (257) 2011-09-17 14:00
very touching image. I admire your color treatment very much. Only one thing, I would have tried to frame the subjet a little less centered. Other than that, it's a very nice and quality image! Congrats, Isabelle
mesutilgim (95850) 2011-09-17 14:02
Nice capture of this kid; with interesting pov and layout.
The capture has the taste of an "oldie" !
TFS and have a nice weekend
sacimar (26911) 2011-09-17 14:32
excellent image, interesting composition with special meaning, I like it, congratulations,
KevRyan (22956) 2011-09-17 15:09
Love it J - the 'treatment' works well for the subject - I like the framing very much - the focus of the child...the textures...... wonderful!
BennyV (18193) 2011-09-18 3:28
Superb textures, a shot with lots of character(s).
(Who am I to comment on this great picture?)
Cheers & thanks.
delnaja (2056) 2011-09-18 4:23
I'm not sure to follow the others comments. Sorry Jerzy. I love, really love the point of view and the scene, but here the PP is a bit too hard for me ... To much unreal, too much fake. Sorry again but, once again, I do really love the scene as itself.
barrufeto_77 (28886) 2011-09-18 16:19
Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr, what an envy!!! The amazing POV you chose is impressive.
kingpin (108) 2011-10-06 14:49
Wow, simply wonderful. High contrast is a very good thing when you know how to use it, and you know it. Very nice and the perspective from above, so refreshingly distinct. Though you shouldn't portray a kid from above, in that case you can be proud of having broken the rules!
Thank you for sharing!
yquem46 (38752) 2011-10-11 5:12
Not so often fan of this desaturation or HDR stuff, but here it works well for me
The b&w part is very strong and old fashioned, the old Ilford 400 iso way, and the colors stay in harmony with the mood
A good one
sayeed_rahman (6459) 2011-12-30 9:50
hey, long time jerzy, stayed away too long, missed quite alot, yes i have a soft corner for this pp, i was explained the technique of making them, francis tried it with quite alot of posts. very tricky with the dominant white against the burning highlights, makes a very 'fresh' photo. but apart from the pov i would prefer it if the focus was in the pages and not maybe the wall behind..looks sharper than the rest of the image.]
near year greetings bro, be good.