Published: Tuesday 21st of June 2005 11:46:20 AM
Peace to you my friend.
Bjorn your remark is impolite. In retrospect however, maybe I should take it as a compliment, since the "set up" according to you seems too good to be true! ... as you can see above, she continued on her walk actually to where she was going ... .. :-)
C?mon John, Nobody believes that story,, why do you not admit that it was all arranged... it is a nice pic, though. Scholem aleichem -bjorn
she continued on her walk to where sher was going ... I think this one's worth a 6/6 too.
John "just a little peeved maybe" I think I relate to that expression at times also! A gentleman gave me a very negitive comment.Went to his sight,and not a photo posted! I would respect him more if he " walked the walk instead of just talked the talk" In retrospect typing a few negitive lines is so much more easier then the actuality of working the camera.You have a gift of connecting with your subjects,established rapport with your women photographed,shows with each image Posted.Maybe a jealous attitude with certain individuals inters into the picture at times...... (smiles)
His remark is impolite.But a trivial pursuit!! The fact of the matter is, Excellent use of the gray scale.A sharp image,but smooth as silk. A very good B&W photo in a high quality format.
Let's have a phonecall with Dahmane on this.
Of course it's trivial David, but then, the written word so often is .... that's why I like photography ! By the way, for me it's all in the expression of the face ... "surprise, polite acceptance .. just a little peeved maybe" ... the greys are an accessory .. !!
Dear John, Off course, I meant it as a compliment+ joke Being rude/impolite on the net is too easy(below my standards). Besides .... as I work professionally with photography - hard to believe looking at my pics - I limit myself to negative criticism only during working hours. -Scholem aleichem( peace to all people, that includes you too, John.) -bjorn
Inadvertance She crossed the room and suddenly noticed that I held the camera ... a private moment had been captured ...