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04-FEB-2006

for craig: chintown red reprised

FOR THE ORIGINAL CHINATOWN RED GALLERY CLICKHERE

Olympus E-1
1/200s f/3.5 at 59.0mm iso400 full exif

other sizes: small medium original
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Niall O'Shea21-Apr-2006 06:29
Kees, you're a tough taskmaster! I recall composing it through the viewfinder putting the pole at the axiz of one of the 3rds but it didn't work as well as where I ended up putting it. As for the leaves top right, they stay in the movie -because they are the last of the leaves before winter banished them all!
Guest 21-Apr-2006 04:10
Fascinant... Presque rien, et tant de choses en même temps! Juste un bel équilibre entre minimalisme, vivacité et soupçon de désordre... Bravo.
Lucie
Bob B.21-Apr-2006 04:00
Great shot.! Reminds me of a shot in my Red gallery, oddly.
http://www.pbase.com/bbellngr/image/57270253
Ray Rebortira21-Apr-2006 03:27
This is so exquisite!
Wei -----21-Apr-2006 01:45
very nice.
Chris21-Apr-2006 00:30
I 'see' the Craig in this, but I really think this is more a 'Dom' shot. It has his sensibility all over it.
Adalberto Tiburzi20-Apr-2006 23:56
I'd borrow that for my "Mu" gallery!
Bien faite, neveau ;-))
Adal
Kees Terberg20-Apr-2006 22:24
I like it a lot... through its simplicity. I would probably have cheated a bit myself and moved the post a bit further to the right to get it in the perfect third; following the rule of thirds guideline. Nevertheless, this is a beautiful and honest shot that makes it worth looking at through its simplicity and great range of tones in the reds. The vey vibrant in the bottom, the muted in the middle and the dark in the shadow. The twigs and the post draw focus to the corners and add a focal point. The twig in the top left serves no puropse and could also have been cloned out... I know... terrible thoughts. Sacrilege.
Ann LT20-Apr-2006 21:31
Minimalistic Red. Love it.
Chris Sofopoulos20-Apr-2006 21:03
Beautiful red abstract!
Adrian Reilly20-Apr-2006 21:01
Superbly composed
Craig Persel20-Apr-2006 18:59
Thanks! This is a fantastic shot. Love the red-on-red and left-corner brass and right-corner branches. Makes for an intriguing image. :-)