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20 Oct 2008 2:17PM
woah Tommy. loved this one already in b&w but never thought the colour version would be this beautiful. that 50 mm lens effect works great here, but it's how that rather chaotic India scene falls into neatly devided colour surfaces which I really find remarkable here. There's earthly tones left and right and then RGB nicely in the middle. As if all put into place by an architect. Don't really have a preference between B&w and colour, but the colour version does have the advantage of the boy standing out more because of the red jacket. And in case you played around with the colours, I don't want to know lol

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floreus 12 106 1
20 Oct 2008 2:25PM
Love everything about this Smile
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
20 Oct 2008 2:53PM
Thanks floreus and Koen. How the red jacket stands out from the green wall is what I like about this too...no cheating with colours lol
NevP Plus
11 853 13 Canada
20 Oct 2008 3:08PM
I loved the mono Tommy and I love this too. Wonderful moment/composition and the colour is stunning.
Excellent shot. Love it tooo much. What a combination of colours, love the difference in the wall colours.
- Karthik
User_Removed 10 7 8 Netherlands
20 Oct 2008 7:41PM
a great vibrant photo Tommy, I like it almost completely, but for the out of focus area left front which is a bit distracting for me and was less so in the B&W perhaps?
20 Oct 2008 7:57PM
Great capture.
Pento
backbeat Plus
10 134 1 United Kingdom
20 Oct 2008 9:04PM
oh yes....very nicely done tommy

phil
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
21 Oct 2008 3:47AM
Thanks guys.

Bert, thanks for mentioning. A bit of a tighter crop could trim off part of it, or I could burn it a bit perhaps. Dammit now my eye goes straight to the left when I look at it Sad

Thanks for the mod, interesting dramatic approach Smile
BillS 10 27 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2008 12:24PM
Happy to make it 30 !
floreus 12 106 1
21 Oct 2008 2:37PM
I don't mean to contradict Bert but for me, the out of focus part adds to image by increasing the 3D feeling and the feeling that I'm standing right there in the alley
TommyStr 10 9 3 Norway
21 Oct 2008 3:58PM
Thanks Bill and thanks floreus...I think you're right regarding increased 3d feeling. Would love to hear what others think too regarding the oof area...(a bit late to ask i know)
dandeakin 9 209 3 England
21 Oct 2008 4:21PM
Excellent. I think the DOF's just right and the oof area mentioned adds to the image. Very good.
kitsch 10 439 4 United Kingdom
26 Oct 2008 10:15AM
this is great in colour Tommy

i am in the like the DOF although if you want real pickiness? it seems to stop very suddenly on the left side there, it's nicely out of focus & then there is a distinct line where the brick is back in focus... oh what do i know!!!!

Jo
mongogushi 10 50
22 Jun 2009 4:00PM
just fantastic!
24 Jun 2009 5:55PM
well captured

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