Love of Yesteryears
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|Originally shot in B&W. On a second thought, after taking into account the ambiance of a traditional home and a wedding in an ethnic Malay costume, I converted it into sepia and added more noise to enhance the rustic and classical look.|
Shooting from a low angle has helped me to observe the Rule of Thirds where the focus of the subjects is well placed in the top 1/3 of the frame.
Thanking you in advance for viewing and your kind words.
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Hello Agoes! Nice scene, very happy people. Nice lightness. Good BW effect. Very good POV and composition. Good luck!
When I first saw it in thumbnails I thought it was a painting. Nice one!
This is a very beautiful and amazing shot you have. It's a very good idea of converting it to sepia. And even adding noise to it was wise. :)
Great job! I like it!
Super fine this is Agoes. The beautiful ethnic Malay costume is enhanced by the sepia treatment. Your composition is strong and powerful, sort of like a Malay version of Romeo and Juliet. Best regards
A sweet shot. You've done a great job with the placement of the couple within the framing elements - and an interesting POV.
Unfortunately, they do look a little uncomfortable at being so close to each other - the distance between their faces is barely the width of a hand, and while it looks great in a photograph, in life it feels a little awkward and I think they show that here.
Even so - I like your treatment of this!
- [2009-11-04 18:23]
I love this portait! Beautiful low angle.Very nice expression captured.The sepia tones are wonderful.Very good lighting.Congratulations.Best regards,