this is a better composition and a classy panorama :) i love the dark tone here! it would be interesting to see how well it prints in a gallery size :)
easily, one of your finest compositions :)
hello captain :)
i just wanted to say that the contrast between the colors and the shapes is so dramatic and appealing that you should print it right away :) without any further ado :)
one of your best :)
this is a moody shot mr abid. the strong colors remind me of slide film and your child makes an excellent subject to balance the composition :)
i second all your points about the use and underlying philosophy of film equipment. i have noticed that the scans or the prints initially have a tendency to set you back in terms of sharpness and detail, but the organic look soon makes you an addict and you only realize it if you shoot film again after a while.
every time i look back at my Mamiya RB67 scan, i go 'wow'... while digital is very convenient, film still has its own merits, particularly the aspect of learning and grooming oneself as not only a photographer but an artist as well.
i can see the post processing, but your composition is the strongest element here :) one of your best Musa Saahab :)
this is unreal :) i cannot describe just how good it looks here on screen :) i can only imagine how great it would look in a big print :)
wonderful stuff captain :)
well captured mr abid :) and this is a fine example of why street photos look so good in black and white :)
well done :)
its the reflection that strikes me first :) great eye for a composition this simple and this strong :)
nice colors :) a keeper for sure :)
hello stranger ;)
i hadn't noticed your name under the photo and said to myself, hmmm this is interesting and intelligent... and when i read your name, i then said, obviously!
very nice and great overall focus on the peppers. this is what works for shots like this, everything being in focus.. i think that helps strengthen the abstraction to a certain extent :)
good work :)