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Hello ePz folks and welcome to my crazy little world.
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I have another photo to continuous my little series from London.
Many thanks for all your great comments and feedback over the course of my last photos.
Please tell me what you think
large is terrific for sure
Very like a sketch in both versions and very well done indeed. This new lens plus your own artistry work very successfully together.
Eye catching in the thumbs...like it.
Eye catching with the red/orange,so has to be colour here !!
Superb ...Both versions
This is one hell of a lens
This is not my favourite of the series however I love the technique you have here. Creates a vibrant eye catching image.
This one I feel it is ultra wide for the sake of being ultra wide. Wonderful floor detail but too much emptiness on the lower half of the image. For me all it needs is your two subjects in the red coats to be closer to bottom left and creating some foreground fill. With the perspective and having them a lot closer to camera you would get an elongated effect to them which would add to the almost Alien world effect you have created through your exposure/processing technique.
A great series though Tarek which I have enjoyed seeing. In this one it has to be the colour version too.
Has to be colour. You're having fun with that lens!
I enjoyed the pair of them.
And yet another from a very good series.
Another great image - colour for me !
Love the colour version!
dramatic composition only a wide angle could record. colour version for me.
Yes, another dramatic image, great technique, Patti
The colour version for me it has such vibrancy great shot
Really good !
Perhaps you could have improved it by kneeling down and recomposing the shot ?
Would have excluded some of the vast foreground and brought in more of that moody sky.
Although some voices here don't like the emptyness in the fg - I think this is what makes this image - the tog in his own world, looking through the lens and reporting his sight of the world.
Grand image with excellent processing.
Really like the mono Tarek. Great composition. Nice one
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