knot

by Arnold Wolfgang

knot rope seeking critique arnold wolfgang

Gallery: Single Photos

Tags: rope knot seeking critique

Category: Studio

Exif Information:
Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D90
Date Time Original : 2011-03-27 12:38:16
Focal Length : 105/1
Exposure Time : 1/250
F Number : 4.0
Iso Speed Ratings : 100
Metering Mode : 3
Focal Length In35mm Film : 157
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Aperture 3.1.2

Published: Saturday 2nd of April 2011 08:22:32 PM


Comments

Pep Mir
Me encanta ese nudo. Mi enhorabuena.

Marjolein M.

I very much like the way the knot (in focus) catches the subtle light here. Very well composed, Wolfgang -- You managed to present a random and rather plain object -- & certainly hard to (creatively) photograph, I imagine,  into an interesting visual treat... Very nice and creative work! Gr, Marjolein

mike newman
Neat presentation.... the detail in the light middle area is eye catching. The b/g second row dropping out of focus and the light movement to the top r/h corner ? .. it is your work and you would know best. Lovely abstract would do well framed and hung in exhibition. Regards miken

JeffS L

I love what's in focus and how it melts away.

Pierre Dumas
Very interesting and good looking!

PDE

Ruud Albers

Very nice work, Wolfgang!

Fred G
Wolfgang

This goes really well alongside flower studies and leaves. It has a natural quality to it, meaning it's like something you would find in nature. It has a sensual appeal, in terms of shape, texture, lighting, and focus. There's depth and implied, I think, is movement. It fits really nicely in your portfolio and shows that you can transform with your camera.

Wolfgang Arnold

Pep, Jeff, mike, Marjolein, Pierre, Fred: many thanks for your comments.

@mike: it was indeed a knot one rope (so no second rope in the background).

cheers, Wolfgang

Richard John Edwards

Wolfgang, this image of the rope is superior to the previous one i comented on, This one is jsut fantastic. Going in my favourites. Best regards Richard

Wolfgang Arnold
Eye knot... ...in a thick rope.

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