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Image Title:  crack
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 By: Simone Tagliaferri  
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Photographer Simone Tagliaferri  Simone Tagliaferri {Karma:28180}
Project #51 Silhouettes and Abstracts Camera Model Konika Minolta Dimage A200
Categories Abstracts
Film Format
Portfolio Astrazione
Lens 28 - 200 mm
Uploaded 3/22/2006 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
    ISO / Film Speed
Views 2232 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 9 Rating
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Location City - 
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Country - Italy   Italy
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There are 9 Comments in 1 Pages
Oscar E.  Flores H.   {K:7850} 10/14/2007


Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 10/14/2007
rende una idea molto drammatica caro simone.. mi piace


Marian Man Marian Man   {K:80636} 4/28/2006
great find dear Simone!!!! a fine abstract shot!!!! great textures!!!!!! well done!!!
my very best regards


Steve Aronoff Steve Aronoff   {K:18393} 4/23/2006
A really interesting photo, Simone. To me on my screen the crack looks like a gash oozing blood. (I guess I have an overactive imagination.) The strong contrast is really nice.


Bob Brins Bob Brins   {K:4130} 4/8/2006
Imageopolis Featured Photo Critique I like this as its so strongly graphic. The regular repeated diagonal striping give life with pattern and bright tones. Thye play well against the insistently centered diagonal of the crack.

But, for me, the image goes beyond being only patterned graphic. The uncertainty in the upper left anc center have an interestingly menacing presence.



Leo Régnier  Я£ Leo Régnier  Я£   {K:67696} 3/27/2006
Excelent abstract Simone!!!


Joćo F * Photography Joćo F * Photography   {K:41945} 3/23/2006
Great abstract B&W comosition, irealy like it Simone!


Claudia Perilli Claudia Perilli   {K:31090} 3/22/2006
Questa mi piace tanto perché č davvero surreale e ancora non ho capito come hai fatto a farla.



Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 3/22/2006
Hi Simone,

Very ingenious photo. When I looked at it for the first time, the lines and textures created a bit of confusion, as I thought I was looking at a pedestrian crossing, painted on concrete slabs. (Part of me wanted to rotate the photo 90 degrees clockwise, and that part still does want to do that... See attached image, I think it changes the feel of this photo completely, and not for the better!)

Looking more closely, the texture fell into place, making the crack in the wood pop out. Great textures, and a very well composed close up, the white lines couldn't have been more important in any photo. Cool capture!

Just curious about why you changed this to B&W, I can imagine the colour version also is quite intersting...




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