whazzup_64

whazzup_64

Lives in Hungary Budapest, Hungary
Joined on Dec 4, 2005

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  • This. Brilliant, very imaginative. Just long eyelashes are missing... :) It is all about what one could see in ordinary things all around us. Thanks for posting. You made my day.
  • Good use of DOF and point of view. Leading lines, especially vertical one of the handrail provide viewer with a "diving into the photo" effect. A point of view of a skateboarder just a moment ...
  • Great catch. A very contrasty B&W is perfect choice for this one as the play of light provides a pure graphic design feel to it - lines, various shapes, a triangle and plenty of rhomboids, ...
  • Carlos, I admire your ZEN series, I hope you have more of these silk smooth, serene long exposures. Well executed, superbly processed, with full tonal range, smooth tonal transitions and lots of ...
  • Simple, yet effective composition with pronounced leading lines and a plethora of various patterns. Also very pleasant to look at from tonal perspective. Perhaps it would be good to bring up ...
  • Replied in Cruce andino.
    Thanks for posting this one. Like it more as more details popped up, including the tiny waves on the surface...
  • Replied in Cruce andino.
    Ah, so you were lucky to get that wonderful clouds. I am envious... :)
  • The location and the motif are both very promising. The first photo has much stronger composition, though. I wonder if there is an angle where the other peak would not be visible in order to have ...
  • Did you have to sign a model release too? Or a chocolate works well as a motivation :) It is a lovely and lively photo and good capture of the moment. The hair falling from boy's temple is a nice ...
  • Replied in Cruce andino.
    I like the tones and the overall composition with the reflection line in the dead center. The location lends itself a lot to a photographer to work/play with. In this case the timing and light was ...
  • Replied in Chaos
    Vidau, IMHO colors make this image much more pleasant to watch. It is not so contrasty, the lines are not so sharp and pronounced as in the BW one, the mood is much more cheerful. Thanks for posting. ...
  • Replied in Chaos
    On the technical / processing side I find it an interesting and well executed experiment with a very appropriate yet unnecessary title. If the intention was to provoke discussion and debate, then ...
  • Replied in Easer Lilies
    Ha. Didn't see that one coming. Now I imagine a scene from old documentary movies and flash creating a big smoke cloud. Thanks for indulging my curiosity. Flash or not this is simple yet wonderful ...
  • Replied in Easer Lilies
    Steve, thanks. I was actually wondering if you used fill flash to bring up the flowers...
  • Replied in Easer Lilies
    Lovely and well executed high key photo. Slightly out of focus dark plant stems perfectly complement the tender back-to-back positioned flowers. The background (window curtain, I guess) is very ...
  • I like how the moment is captured and the incredulous look in his eyes. So yes, incredibility, disbelief, shock. Definitely. No need for a baloon above his head saying "Did she just fart????" :-) A ...
  • the first one is more interesting and has more dynamics.
  • The first and the last work for me. The steam engines are very good motif and this one also provides the steam - although I'd prefer a bit more of it :) The bucket photo is full of wonderful ...
  • On DSLR that would be a rare occasion, I guess. Although, I admit I have put few times my camera to the eye just to realize the cap was on and I missed a shot. However, this one was intentionally ...
  • Submitted a challenge entry Little not-so-green man
    Placed 50th in the challenge.
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