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Two Frames, One Picture
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22-MAY-2005 Osama Al-Eryani

#3 [17-NOV-05]
Two Frames, One Picture


Olympus E-300
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Hodero04-Jan-2006 19:56
Everything has been said !....voted.
Guest 01-Dec-2005 22:06
an interesting combination and concept happening, nice work
Osama Al-Eryani - Yemeni Photographer01-Dec-2005 00:34
Thank you all so very much, you''ve made this one of my most successful pictures ever!
Galina Stepanova24-Nov-2005 15:44
Exceptional presentation.
ArminB23-Nov-2005 09:22
This is so lovely! My vote!
Guest 20-Nov-2005 23:45
Truly excellent. I like the way you also played with color vs B&W. The way the image divided it has a lot more "power" than it would have had as one single picture.
Kevin Henry19-Nov-2005 11:03
Incidently, both images together makes an interesting shot of the subjects - not a bad idea
Kevin Henry19-Nov-2005 11:02
The bottom crop is indeed interesting. The lad looks really sad and a little insecure (notice how close he is to the adult - he wants to get closer or hide) . I like the bottom crop best and choosing b&w is a good call - well done!
Steven Gregory19-Nov-2005 10:07
Find a big wall; have these printed on canvas and then hang them in the same positions as here. They'll look amazing and I guarantee that they'll get people talking. With so many cameras in the world, original concepts are rare, and you have a gem here...
Henry Taitano19-Nov-2005 09:49
Wonderful !
Thanks for sharing.
Avanzini19-Nov-2005 01:25
Excellent work.
Guest 18-Nov-2005 21:32
If you keep these two together, it's a hell of an art work. Well thought out. In fact you can see three pictures here.
Ellsworth Weaver18-Nov-2005 21:10
More than just nice, you have a concept worth exploring and working with. Extend your work beyond the limitations and perceptions others see. I voted for this and will keep looking at your work. Congratulations and fraternal good wishes, Ells
Guest 18-Nov-2005 19:01
Interesting concept; draws your attention effectively.
James Lundy17-Nov-2005 23:57
Nice image, cool post work.