In the memory of Divya
- maleentjeh (92)
- [2006-05-07 3:43]
Hard to believe this is a carpet ! Thanks for sharing this interesting work with us.
- romior (0)
- [2006-05-07 3:47]
Wnoderful portrait Hamed!
Nice texture and colours. I'm not sure about the border. Best regards
this can still be brought to look like a picture..see my w/s
Hi Hamed, this is a piece of art, you get some credit for exposing it to the world too :)
- erdna (5437)
- [2006-05-07 22:10]
Beautiful! Thank you Hamed for sharing this with us. your phot is very well seen.
The first look and I said its an Indian actress's poster.
- rgagnon (2390)
- [2006-05-08 21:53]
very interesting.. hte photo is okay but your note is very instructive
I am duly impressed.
I usually soak up the visual before reading the note and I WAS about to talk about how this reminds me of movie actors' publicity shots from the early 1940s, with that kind of quality of reproduction and coloyr rendition.
I was then going to mention that this is some good-looking girl!
I was then going to ask about what PP effect you had used to create the 'feel' to the image.
However, now that I peeked into your note, I am totally impressed. I am. of course, aware of the carpet-weaving skills of the Middle East/Gulf region and the old name (Persia) still has connotations of quality when it comes to carpet making.
You are also an honest man! This could so easily have been claimed to be your own creation and the world would have believed you without question.
This is a piece of art.It's like a painting but I know it's a precious carpet. Well done.
- Janone (0)
- [2006-05-17 4:58]
A Beautiful carpet, should not be walked over.!
Great story, thanks for that. Good picture you created.
A good expression. The color that was settled down. It is a favorite photograph.kona
Bravo! Great pic. Great art. Great story.
H, you rock!
I would never think this was a rug ..It's amazing .. what a perfection!
Thanks for sharing!
A very nice carpet I must say. And a interesting note:)
- suzley (23928)
- [2006-06-28 5:44]
Stunning portrait, welldone.
Great photo, my but deep congratulations, I clear the hat to me by you, you receive a hug from Mexico.
A very beautiful portrait Hamed.. Bravo!
This is a great work of art.Beautiful model and colors.I can't believe it is from a carpet untill I read your note.Tfs.
yes shes divya bharti an indian actress. its quite sad that she died . this carpet looks beautiful. thanks for sharing
Hamed very nice,infact im impressed..without reading your note no on can understand the efforts behind this simple looking photo.. i was also fan of Davia bharti..so naturally i liked it..
very nice note..
thanks for sharing
- orkhan (3549)
- [2006-11-25 10:03]
I really appreciated you note. very very very useful !
- zenir (40)
- [2006-12-04 16:43]
Yours portrait is very interesting and other portraits. I am amater and I made similary photo, before few weeks send photos wich toking my cantry. Sory my english is not good.
- gracious (0)
- [2006-12-29 11:45]
Really thank you for sharing this masterpiece of your collection!
extremely valueable which comes with the full information and notes
a beautiful potrait of a beautiful women - your story is amazing, I am looking forward to looking at the rest of your gallery.
...thanks for your comments on the Jag
First of all I would like to thank you for your comment about "Old but not forgotten". I thought I was reading an explanation of how you shot this picture and did some PP. Along the way of the story I realized it's about the story of the actress. A very interesting story and I felt sorry for what happened to her. You did the right thing and I salute you.
- erguvan (637)
- [2008-03-01 21:15]
A truly wonderful piece of photography. Congratulations to a great photographer.
She was the queen of Tollywood, upon her time, The husband who could get on with his wife's success, betrayed with a romantic talk and pushed her out of a open window.
RIP and coming to the pic... This is extra-ordinary work from the artist created it.. and nice capture.