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He certainly was...great motion blur.
13 Oct 2008 5:34am
Great motion shot:-) love the composition!
13 Oct 2008 6:25am
Graph and perfectly contrasted with a shadow which makes live the image.
13 Oct 2008 6:49am
Strange this shape
13 Oct 2008 8:17am
haha, going downhill fast.. i love this shot, what if i PAID you for a couple photoshop tutorials on how to be just like you? :)
13 Oct 2008 10:31am
@Elaine-: Thanks Elaine! You know, for what little I know about photoshop, you'd learn more in a book. I used it to convert to greyscale and then a bit or burning. The blur is from the slow shutter speed. Actually, I would love to take a course or 3 to learn photoshop!
like the stock market??? great shot!
13 Oct 2008 10:36am
Great movement, the moment is stopped in the stairs Great street one! SwissCharles
13 Oct 2008 11:38am
Awesome. I love the ghostly blur of the man.
13 Oct 2008 12:08pm
mystery and mood abounds....delicious
13 Oct 2008 12:29pm
hee hee . . I've just been commenting elsewhere on the wonders of 1/8th second ! We should all be doing more of this . . great effect of flow . .
13 Oct 2008 1:39pm
@Ronnie 2¢: Thanks Ronnie! I am a huge fan of blur...can you tell? I love the 1/8th second setting, and even slower in some cases :)
that black blur among the whites and light grays works great.
13 Oct 2008 2:24pm
Your comments to Elaine just confirm that you have a magical talent. Being able to produce the shots you do without any PS help puts you in the category of the old masters (hey - the "old" refers to the masters only!). This photo is so alive - I can actually see the guy skipping down the steps.
13 Oct 2008 6:09pm
@dobbino: Ah thank you! You are too kind and I wish I resembled that remark. I do use it, I also use Lightroom, but know even less about it than I do photoshop. For most of my stuff I try to enhance with dodging and burning. I don't know any fancy photoshop tricks, but I do enjoy it very much for bringing out what I see when I shoot, especially if the lighting conditions make things flat. Cheers to you!
while i teach photoshop and have advanced photoshop editing skills, i use Lightroom on my own work—preferring as you do—to work it out in the camera. that's the fun and challenge of photography. best...jerry
13 Oct 2008 7:31pm
@ordinaryimages: Thanks Jerry! Well...you do? Where do I sign up?
Actually I am trying to get a handle on Lightroom, as as I was telling Rob just above your comment, I know even less of that program. I hear it is superior for black and white processing, which as you know is my biggest love of all. But yes, it's fun to work out what I want to achieve in the camera, that is the real challenge for me.
13 Oct 2008 8:24pm
a beautiful and captivating downward motion here BC! just faaabulous and brings one of your earliest shots that i saw to mind! excellent pov and height! all your amazing and wonderfully creative work bring to mind the vast and ephemeral spiritual world that we 'live' in and amongst -- though it seems that most people are unaware of this dimension of reality. but that suits me just fine -- it is heartening to see it represented so richly in your work, day after day!!! another faaabulous piece form you, thank you and bravo!! :D
13 Oct 2008 11:46pm
A man made of black smoke. This is very cool. You have such a unique and interesting style. Each time I visit, I imagine what you could do with video.
16 Oct 2008 5:38am
it's great from time to time to choose a portfolio and take the time to visit it...
2 Jan 2011 7:59pm
Great ghost :-)
19 Apr 2012 8:28am
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