Friday, March 27, 2009

Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Runaway Train'

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Paris Photo Tutorials - 'Runaway Train'

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René said...

Quite an interesting shot, Sab! There's so much happening within that frame. I do like the color play, where most look a little desaturated while the orange, cyan and green still come in force. The train waiting on the other track contrasts nicely as it is sharp in focus, against the movement of the incoming one, and probably frames better than a dark open void if it hadn't been there.

Greetz, rené

Paris Set Me Free said...

Thanks for the comment René! I'm still trying to find the ultimate photographic 'signature' (as we discussed about finding your 'thing' or your unique style. Although I'm certainly going to continue to experiment with styles I do like grainy, blurry evocative images and I still stand by my artistic photographic goal of producing images which hover somewhere between photographic reality and a painting. Some people will like them, others will just say, 'Oh, you Photoshopped it', which upsets me a bit (!!! ;-) but I maintain that they are missing the point! That's my excuse anyway... Cheers, Sab


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