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Hoffy 12 262 16 England
18 Aug 2007 7:28AM
Very simple but very affective. Think if that is his daily ride to school or work.

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redstag 11 100 15 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2007 7:33AM
Like it, you've created a striking image.
loki 10 England
18 Aug 2007 7:37AM
Striking work. Lovely colous and tones. Lovely composition
tredz 10
18 Aug 2007 7:39AM
nice colurs. mart
corinjames 12 13 China
18 Aug 2007 7:41AM
Great shot - the tones are really striking, and there's a real sense of a narrative in the image. I might have been tempted to crop slightly higher at the bottom to lose the edge of the water bottom right?
Camairish 11 1.4k Scotland
18 Aug 2007 10:31AM
Very striking image - it gets even better for me if I block out the standing figure to leave just the bike and the vast empty space, well spotted,

SamGillespie 11 94 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2007 10:58AM
Have I seen this in a photography magazine on a critique page by any chance...?
Anyway, love the all the different lines.
paulbroad 10 123 1170 United Kingdom
18 Aug 2007 4:34PM

Quote:Have I seen this in a photography magazine on a critique page by any chance...?
Anyway, love the all the different lines.

From Paul - Yes, you may well have done. If I see a potentially good situation I shoot quite a few images. On this occasion it was 12-14. The best are then further processed, so this has had figures removed and been cropped. I have a mono ersion, a sepia version and one similar to this with the figure not on a bike cloned out.

I find different people/magazines etc. tend to give different comments - but if all like the shot I use some of their comments to creat - I hope - a real winner.

jaspernina 10 1.0k Wales
18 Aug 2007 5:59PM
Yeah I've seen this one in a mag, can't remember which one. It interestingly was talking about rules of Photography and that usually having figures in an image was a no go, but this was different, as it not only gave interest to the picture ,but also size and perspective. Well done.


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