under the light of Morocco.2
- suzley (23928)
- [2012-10-08 14:55]
Impressive tones and textures.
Hypnotic floor tiles and special lighting tfs
- parasbhalla (38525)
- [2012-10-08 15:08]
Amazing light you have captured in this daily life scene, Jose!
Perfect sharpness and well caught clarity with nice color tones.
The POV and DOF are excellent.
- Sveolina (188)
- [2012-10-08 16:12]
you captured a great scene here. I like how the light falls through the open roof. The contrast of the smooth clouds and the sharp pattern of the tiles works great as well. Nice picture!
Al the best,
- linus (15482)
- [2012-10-08 18:50]
I remember this place from my visit to Marrakech last year. A great B&W, The woman adds a bit of life to the image.
- Silvio2006 (54737)
- [2012-10-09 2:36]
Ciao Jose, nice composition with lonely woman, excellent perspective, wonderful intimate atmosphere and fantastic light, very well done, my friend, ciao Silvio
- nicou (50772)
- [2012-10-09 6:05]
Fantastique cpatage et image sueprbe vue de ce personnage en symétrie dans l'image avec ces facades et ce pavage sueprbe.
Bravo et amitié
- shelbeesmom (58278)
- [2012-10-09 8:30]
I love this Jose! beautiful tones and mystery here. Nice details in the shadows. Works well with BW, color might be great too!
- Shiva1 (0)
- [2012-10-09 12:26]
Hi, A superb presentation of part of the Palais Bahia in Marrakech. The light falling through the open roof as well as the created shadows appeal to the eye -- as well as the tiled floor.
Thanks for sharing - kind regards Monika
I visited the Palais years ago - I have a question - Marrakecch, Kingdom of Morocco - what is the meaning.
I know there is a part - I think - in the North called Kingdom of Morocco .......
- eldancer1 (23784)
- [2012-10-09 19:07]
Simple but powerful composition especially in B&W. Great lighting and the white top of the woman's dress showed well. Good dof with nice contrast. Well done, tfs.
- tarynann (224)
- [2012-10-10 10:24]
Like your B&W post! Interesting POV with lovely shapes and patterns. Like how the light enters the palace in the left top corner. The addition of the woman adds much appeal. Interesting take on the palace indeed!