Flexibility and rigidity
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Punta Cana, A sculpture of metal just in front a palm tree in the windy night.....
I had to use a tripod for a long exposition and to be sure that the horse would be clean....
I hope you will like it....
Claude Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XT
Mode de prise de vue
Scène de nuit/Nocturne
Tv (Vitesse obturateur)
Av (Priorité à l'ouverture)
Mode de mesure
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- [2006-03-05 22:22]
Hi Claude! Mesmerising View & Artistic! The sculpture lighting just perfect! Good used of longtime exposure to add much more Dramatic mood on it! Impressive work & Great composition! Cheers!
- [2006-03-05 22:26]
Féérique comme image! Beau contraste d'éléments! Magnifique composition! Bravo! Michel
Interesting composition and POV. TFS!
what a great idea,Claude.About technique I can't really say that much, except for thank you, I learned something again:)
But about the mood in this photo I could took for hours:)
My first impression was the horse was made of hay!!! So....about rigidity...it is very well done the sculpture, to give you the sense of moving.
This is why from the composition's POv i think there is a little redundance here,they both move....,and they are both equaly important, which in my opinion is not always to easy compose with...hope you don't mind me saying these things, it is very unprofessional of me to critique something I know so little as photography....
That was my only "bad" comment, I love the colours a lot...and the idea, Claude you have so original ideas, I'll dig up for your works.
Have a wonderful week,
- [2006-03-06 20:16]
Superbe résultat Claude ! Vraiment très joli. Celà donne un effet formidable.
Bravo et merci.