Dune #1

by Sousa Dias Nana

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Gallery: Dunes

Category: Uncategorized

Published: Wednesday 10th of July 2002 05:47:54 PM


Michael Werneburg
Aesthetics 8, Originality 6 That's an interesting superimposition of textures.

Sarbajit Banerjea
9/9 I love the composition and textures here. Bravo!

Dougity B
this is a common theme, usually in color, and here it is executed with great skill. The wispy little cloud is great. The windrows remind me of harvested wheat. The contrast seems high, but it works well, and has the effect of making the sand look like rock, I think.

Elaine Roberts
When I saw the thumbnail, I thought this was a picture of a field of wheat. That flexibility is part of what strengthens this picture - it reminds us of one thing while portraying another. Although your other work is good as well, I find your landscapes to be by far your best work, among the best black and white landscapes I have ever seen.

Peter Saucerman
Aesthetics 10, Originality 9 You've got great timing & a great eye.

Brad Kim
Simple but very strong! I love this image a lot.

D Poinsett
Aesthetics 7, Originality 7 Exquisite. The tone, the texture. This is first rate work.

Will Wilson
One of my favorites. The single cluod is used very effectively.

Nana Sousa Dias
Originality? Perhaps too early for that! Yossi: Thanks for your comment! It's not my fault if some people compares my work with A, B or C's work, I can't do nothing about that! Anyway, I'm very honoured if someone compares my photos to the Master's, but I'm old enough (46)to know that's a big exageration! As to the originality, I'm not concerned about that, I started to take pictures 5 years ago, I have a lot to learn, and I'm a professional musician and record producer, not a professional photographer! For now, I'm doing photos just for fun, still learning, everyday! I've been seeing your photos and I've not seen anything that I can call original, either! I think originality is something very difficult to achieve, nowadays, and it's just for geniuses, and those, are very rare, don't you think?

Yossi Kolesnicov
Ansel Adams? Hi, The picture is very nice, but comparisons to Ansel Adams' works are in order. In your other nature pictures I can see too the influences of Adams, which is great, since you do them with great technical ability, but lacking in originality, in my opinion.

Alessandro Pardi
6-5 Yet another great picture. Being an almost abstract photograph, I think simmetry is a must, and therefore I'd crop just a tad on the left, enough to get the cloud perfectly centered. Everything else is just fine. Congratulations for all your work.

Michael Hiltner
I am at once tranfixed by your work.

Rena Tsiflidou
Very good!!!

Otto Boehr
Very good, I like such BW-pics.

Armin Seeholzer
Very excellent you should make a book with your pictures!

Leigh Perry
Elegant composition together with the perfect cloud.

Kurt Thompson
For fun? I saw one of your comments that you do this just for fun and that you are really a musician. I would encourage you to keep having fun but please publish your work. Regarding the comment that your work is not that original, well, what is original anyway?

Marc Lamey
Texture and vanishing point

The texture and all lines going to avanishing points with this fantastic cloud and dark ened sky male this picture inspiring; Bravo

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