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Buren - colors 2

Buren - colors 2
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Copyright: Danielle Dupre (ddupre2) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 457 W: 61 N: 215] (8136)
Genre: Places
Medium: Color
Date Taken: 2012-05-12
Categories: Artwork
Exposure: f/7.0, 1/250 seconds
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Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2012-05-13 9:00
Viewed: 1285
Points: 12
[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note [French]
Exposition Buren au Grand palais, une cure de couleurs
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Neat shot, I like it very much. I like the composition and the way you've choosen to present it. Lots of curves, forms, colors, almost like a mosaic, and the human presence bring a certain mood to the shot.

But also got to admit, that I would have like to see, more sharpeness, and more depth of field, or having the focus on the model. I would have also, cut down, maybe a half stop, to bring more details in highlights, and give the dark tones, a little more strenght.

None of the less, a very pleasing image.


ça c'est du super pov !
Je vais y faire un tour à la fin du mois.
Superbe jeu de couleurs et de lumière.
Le monsieur apporte une dimension humaine à cette féerie.
Excellent graphisme.
J'adore !

it is a very graphical image. i like the colours and the placement of your subject. the natural light and the reflection has made this shot way dramatic but the isolation of the curves from the main subject is prominent and is appealing. very well balanced shot.

The poetry of curve in the splash colours. It is so well done Danielle. I specially like the posture of the man. His form is contrasting well with the fluidity of surrounding. It is so unusual. Mostly it is the human form that lends curve to a composition - here it is just other way round. TFS

I saw this on Facebook and it looks very good there too. nice composition with curves and harmonizing colours. The man in the focus looks quite inert, looks like it was put there on purpose. Amicalement J. 'the gabbypal'.

0lá Danielle
I like it very much...the cromatisme, the shapes everything is asking for our eye and atention.
It is a very rich image
um abraço

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