Harbor

by Chepikian Paul

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Gallery: Photographic Illustration & Manipulated Images

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Abstract

Published: Wednesday 1st of February 2006 05:32:07 AM


Comments

Paul Chepikian
Thank you, gentleman Yves: Thanks for the observation. I may try cropping out the upper left hand corner or possibly the entire upper quarter. That would completely fill the frame with abstract shapes which was my intention to begin with. Glen: Thanks for the comments. Much appreciated. I think my intention with this photo was to not capture an image of a marina with boats etc., but rather to create abstract shapes. It's one of the oldest techniqes to use a telephoto lens to compress the visual. I wanted the viewer to take a moment to realize what they are looking at. Nonetheless, all comments and observations are welcome and contribute. Thank you both for taking the time to write...

B.C Okmen
the chaos of the picture is so strong and well interpreted that you find yourself looking at the picture for minutes. i liked this picture a lot,specially the color feast of it. congrats my friend.

Paul Chepikian
Masts A very traditional subject, the infamous marina/pier/sailboat, etc. Image was manipulated but it seems to work for this shot. See it enlarged for greater detail. There is a lot going on within the image. Thanks in advance for the comments.

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