Invisible Girl

Discussion in 'The Black & White Gallery' started by Renair, Dec 15, 2007.

  1. Renair

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    PS: Extra space left at bottom of image for editorial space.
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    nice portrayal of motion.
    but where's the man/woman's other leg?
     
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    the mutants are here finally.
    There fast walkers but you caught em...
    (playing) JK,

    interesting shot,
    I notice that kneeling/sitting woman seems so apart from everyone else who is flowing by like a stream... interesting to think about....
     
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    quite a poignant shot, the sitting beggar is invisible to all around her.
     
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    I don't disagree with your choice to leave room at the bottom, but "editorial space?" How would less space at the bottom detract from the "story" of the shot?
     
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    Sometimes my work is used in the city papers, so that use the shot sometimes and put the story in the space left like in this one rather then cropping it and putting it on a white newspaper page.
     

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