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04-30-2012, 02:04 PM
A few pics using intentional camera movement. Please feel free to comment on or critique any aspect of these images.
I do have one specific question - Does the photo with the 2 images side by side work for you? Thx!
04-30-2012, 06:42 PM
Really like concept here.For me first one is the best.Because of faces visibility.Second two like because they are tell a nice story and need to be together.Is it possible to get similar effect like on first one?
04-30-2012, 09:29 PM
Cool play here, Marko. Love the last one - colours are superb. As for the combination image ... weeeeellll .... i think if the motion was the same in both of them then it would owrk better. But since one has a more horizontal movement, and the other a m ore vertical movement I feel there is a "disturbance in the force", if you know what I mean. The idea is really cool, but I would have liked to see similar movement when you combine the two ... just my nickel's worth (pennies are out, I hear).
I like shot 1 most because of the subtly of the movement. I also like the strong single colours in the first 2 and by contrast the multicolours of the last shot. The 2 images in shot 2 work great as a pair. The large silver part of the building in the bottom left corner of the right image bothers me a bit for some reason.
05-01-2012, 09:48 AM
Antz, i agree with you about the bottom left corner in shot 2 - just wanted to know if it was just me.
Vyeko - "Is it possible to get similar effect like on first one?" - This is not possible because these effects are created at the time of shooting.
Thanks for the comments everyone!
05-01-2012, 10:06 PM
I like all of them.
I like the tones and mood in the first.
The second one works side by side for me. I would have loved to see a pair of shots with the standing shot first and then one them walking away. (as opposed to walking up and stopping if that makes sense). The bottom left didn't bother me until it was pointed out, but now that it has I have to agree it is a little distracting
Love the comp and colours in the third
The light in all them is special
05-13-2012, 06:55 PM
Very cool work Marko. Really like that first one for the same reasons mentioned of faces being clear, and the tender moment captured.
Lighting in #3 is outstanding, and the interaction captured is perfect. Well done.
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