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carbud

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Registered: March 2004
Posts: 39
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Date: Mon March 29, 2004
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Yakographer
I think it's disturbing, maybe even painful looking, and in an alien sort of way-- captivating and engaging, though. I've seen lots of pictures here; this piece is art.
#1 Tue March 30, 2004 12:48am

nynavey
Beautiful and mysterious. Talk about interpretive dance...!
Nynavae
#2 Fri April 2, 2004 4:47am

Allan
I can appreciate the art in it.Looks like a martian.
#3 Fri April 2, 2004 5:09am

Kurt
#4 Fri April 2, 2004 3:09pm

etfon911
Colors in this one are aka Rembrandt/Old Masters and work VERY well. I assume this is time lapsed, but am not sure; could be overlays? Some strange urge makes me want to identify the face, though, and not seeing it makes me feel somewhat uneasy. Maybe this sense of confusion is part of what you were trying to achieve?
#5 Fri April 2, 2004 10:11pm

carbud
The model in this photograph is a professional ballet dancer. Because his passion is movement rather than just posing, my objective was to create a still picture that showed his movement through the orangish blur created with tungsten lighting and daylight film. It was a 3 second exposure in which the dancer held the first pose (right arm up, left arm down) for the first second, then turned during the second second, and held the second pose for the third second. The first face is not identifiable partially because of the movement, but also because the second face (to the left of the first face) is partially covering it.
#6 Sun April 4, 2004 2:26am

etfon911
You have achieved your objective extremely well, and I'm happy you clarified that. Puts the photo in a completely different perspective for me, and I appreciate it much more for your artistic genius.
#7 Sun April 4, 2004 2:38am

Frisco
#8 Mon April 5, 2004 3:06am

seeham
Very nicely executed.
#9 Mon April 5, 2004 5:58am

sacon
weird to look at, provoking, not sure I would want it on my wall, love the tone and hues
#10 Sun May 29, 2005 6:25pm

fdinaro
well done
"Leave the gun. Take the canolies." ...Frank
#11 Sat June 4, 2005 3:36pm

brodii
EXCELLENT
#12 Wed August 10, 2005 1:09pm

stewart
Great capture of the movement (which is also great!)
You can find me online at:
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#13 Fri April 14, 2006 5:00pm

suzuki750stu
Stu

http://www.sjcphotography.co.uk
#14 Sun January 14, 2007 12:39pm




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