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Just drags you in, fine shot mate
Love the important attitude of the boy carrying the tray, caught at the right moment and the little chap in the back just completes this. Just stunning.
Oh yes ! Absolutely yes ! again 2 of my favourite shots of the week come from you Tommy. love that blur on the walls. Fantastic photo
it's the 50mm at 1.8 (or so) again...after the kitlens said good night, every image had to be taken at 50mm...no wideangle or zoom drove me crazy a few times (i missed some good ones ), but guess it trained me to look for "50mm" scenes
thank you guys, appreciated
well worked out image, says a lot in an understated way, made by the boy sat on the floor
fine work Tommy
your level has been constantly very very high recently. This one is wonderful. The shallow depth of field almost makes that plate fly out of his/her hands, speeding towards us. Love it. And don't underestimate what happens to your photographic eye when you're confined to the length of a prime lens. Prime lenses are incredible sharp, tend to be fast, and walking around with that same frame in the viewfinder for a couple of hours makes you very quick in recognizing scenes that are waiting to be captured by you. I work with prime lenses only and can honestly say that even without camera I can spot a 45mm and a 21mm (my favorite lenses) scene in a split second. When I work with the other lenses, the 90mm especially, I find it hard to find good scenes. Stick to prime for a while! Bert
Only a few more India shots left, then you'll see the level drop quickly lol
Cheers for the prime lens advice Bert
Thanks Ollie and Nic
Quote: Only a few more India shots left, then you'll see the level drop quickly lol
tut! don't say that Tommy! grrrrrrrr
this is another great shot and yes, your work has been consistently brill lately
right... blame it on India
this series of yours should have received a lot more attention and recognition. Very disappointing
This is fantastic. The shallow dof really draws your eye into the scene - towards the boy carrying the 'silver platter' and onto the little guy sitting on the floor in the background. I was in the same situation as you when I got rid of my kit lens in favour of the 50mm. It's true - you do tend to think more about the shot when you don't have the zoom to fall back on.
It's all been said. I find your images immensely satisfying. I also love to read all the comments!
Thanks Anne, Geraint, Jo
cheers Koen, I'm really happy with the feedback I've gotten though
another cracking shot Tommy, love the dof in this scene and the little kid in the distance finishes it all off nicely.
Veeeeeeery close, but no cigar. Were also shortlisted :
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
7, 8, 9,
11 and 12
wow 2 in a row there are some awesome shots in the shortlist and I would have given the award to Nic..her latest stuff is outstanding. Loved 'the crack' image too btw. Thanks Koen, the support is very much appreciated
Oh man, this is great!
Just discovered this in Koen's award gallery (thanks Koen!) Brilliantly composed and the dof is perfect.
you just want to go and walk down the ally.... the little boy at the back creates a brilliant balance to this.
Fantastic use of DOF - Jonathan
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