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Photographer Saad Salem  Saad Salem {Karma:88994}
Project #50 Alternate Perspective Camera Model Canon SX 100 IS
Categories Abstracts
Street
Film Format Digital JPEG High
Portfolio My Travels
Lens Built in
Uploaded 12/12/2008 Film / Memory Type SD.
    ISO / Film Speed 80
Views 697 Shutter 1/125
Favorites Aperture f/4.0
Critiques 45 Rating
6.67
/ 9 Ratings
Location City -  Marsin
State - 
Country - Turkey   Turkey
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There are 45 Comments in 1 Pages
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Elias Monges Elias Monges   {K:6238} 10/16/2009
excellent image...well done crop....deserved acknowledgment,un abrazo

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kouichi  kouichi     {K:701} 9/6/2009
Excellent!

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 6/5/2009
thank you so much my dear Yazeed,
my best regards,
Saad.

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M  jalili M  jalili   {K:69009} 6/5/2009
congratulation my friend ...............

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 2/11/2009
thank you for the visit,and leaving a fine input,my regards,
Saad.

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pooria  asa   {K:1752} 2/11/2009
great perspective, composition and woderful eyes.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/22/2008
thank you Ozhan,regards,
Saad.

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Ozhan Cakici Ozhan Cakici   {K:591} 12/22/2008
nice angle

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 12/15/2008
Oops... who me? No, I didn't do anything, I am innocent! ;-)

Things come and go, Saad. The evolution goes its ways with or without me.

And cheers to that!

Nick

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/15/2008
thank you Ania,my best wishes,
Saad.

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Ania Blazejewska Ania Blazejewska   {K:23981} 12/15/2008
excellent pov!
perfect for the project
regards
ania

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/15/2008
German is like latin language. In other countries, the local language was derived from latin. Italian, Spanish etc.
So Dutch has a "german" like base but the spanish, vikings, french that invaded us left their traces. Even arabic !

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/14/2008
Harry, what is the difference bet German, and Dutch?
I thought they were one,
Saad.

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/14/2008
Dear,

German language is the language of our former occupation forces, also called nazi's. I live in the Netherlands and I speak dutch :) :)

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/14/2008
Here is the shoe blessing ;-)

http://player.nos.nl/index.php/media/play/tcmid/tcm:5-453494/

hharry

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/14/2008
thank you for the link Harry,I guess they have titled that shoe a bazooka,I dont understand German,but this word is unmistakable,
have a good night,and beautiful dreams,
Saad.

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/14/2008
Here some images and text in dutch
I could not find the shoe blessing

http://www.nos.nl/nosjournaal/artikelen/2008/12/14/141208_bush_bagdad.html

Harry

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/14/2008
I just saw it on tv here. he secretly traveled to iraq to meet the prime minister (?) and at the end a nice press conference was given. An iraqi journalist threw a shoe at our 'friend' hahahahah
Harry

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/14/2008
thank you Giana,regards,
Saad.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/14/2008
I haven't hear that,did it really happened ? WHEN AND WHERE ?
this is for you Harry,always remember it,No one ever,and never will Know Iraqis,but the Iraqis themselves,
he may thinks that they gifted him their shoes,I guess,
a very bright and an honorable way to ends his cursed presidency,
Saad.

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gianna piano   {K:15530} 12/14/2008
fantastic perspective.

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/14/2008
I will follow your advice.
Also I like to express my concern regarding safety in Iraq. Our beloved president of the USA was attacked by a flying shoe from a journalist ;-) ;-)
It was his last visit to Iraq so he will be safe now on his luxurous ranch in texas.
<ost likely he does not know the arab meaning of throwing a shoe to a person .... ;-)
Salaam sadeek !

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/14/2008
you have accelerated not my evolution,but the evolution in general,
do not be surprised,I believe in the butterfly effect,
Saad.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/14/2008
it is our costumes when one eat something we say to him,صحة و عافية ,thank you for following my advice,please ,do continue that,if it does no good,it is a very good food,
Saad.

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 12/14/2008
So, one could also say that I "accelerated" your evolution, ey? ;-)

Or also, that you simply had already reached this stage of evolution at least 18 months ago.

Well, anyway, keep it up!

Nick

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/14/2008
Saad,
Only wise men in the east are allowed to rotate images in any way so you still go to heaven.
The dates taste very good, i noticed it took several as a snack yesterday. Mary was wise ( too ).
Salaam

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
Dear Abo Mahmood,I have learned the abstraction all from you honestly,when I have started at UF,I even do not know what is abstract,and please always remember that when I do some good abstract,the credit is to you.
so Thank you for being in front of me,with me,and looking at me.
Saad.

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aZiZ aBc aZiZ aBc   {K:28345} 12/13/2008
Saad, Please register my name in your course of abstract photography , ..
7777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777777

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
yes my friend,they are from Sahara,and they are fine,this is the secret of dates,it should come from the desert,enjoy them,the Holy Mary,have used them after she has delivered Jesus,and this a habit in my country,to follow what Saint Mary did,
about the photo Harry,this is of course the roof of the market,
and BTW,you only mentioned that,eagle eye,and a brain of curious man you have got,
I have rotate it 90 degree to the right,and please ,do tell me that this allowed in photography editing,my best wishes,
Saad.

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Wolf Zorrito Wolf Zorrito   {K:78693} 12/13/2008
With my limited knowledge I know that powerlines are usually runnin high in the sky. Therefore it is a nouvotee that in Marsin the powerlines run next to the market. A respectable view dear Saad ( I just enjoyed a date from algeria )

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txules                                . txules  .   {K:62773} 12/13/2008
I'm on duty today but it's the perfect day for that, a cold, rainy and cloudy day but thinking of it better, is the perfect day for moody pictures, my kinda shots so I'd prefer just taking my camera and shoot even under the rain
thanks so much Saad.....today.....doc

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
thank you my dear friend,
however,it is not evolution,it is just you have strangled me in a corner,so I went back to my store and looked for better photos,otherwise this shot is take before that by 18 months,after all I get a lot of benefits,I go for some checks of my stand in photography,
my best wishes,
Saad.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
thank you JD,my best wishes,
have a nice day at home,my regards,
Saad.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
thanks a lot for this comment my dear John, best wishes from me as always,
Saad.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
thanks a lot my dear Rasna,my wishes,
Saad.

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Nick Karagiaouroglou Nick Karagiaouroglou   {K:127263} 12/13/2008
A great framing and perpective worked together for giving us a good abstract out of usual material things. This one I could take as a good example of how a thoughful usage of lighting balance and angle of view can turn something usual to something special!

The trnsition of light in blue hues from normal to very enhanced highlights from the right to the left is exciting, especially in combination with that construction that also gives some 3D-shape to that transition. It is not flat, it is 3D-light.

So, now we add the sharp, well defined contours of the facettes that comnine to the shape of a cylinder, and what else could we wish for. Perfect!

You see, Saad? You do evolve extra-quickly! ;-)

Cheers!

Nick

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txules                                . txules  .   {K:62773} 12/13/2008
excellent perspective indeed....jd

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/13/2008
You deserve my thanks again,
best regards as always,
Saad.

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John Hatz John Hatz   {K:156973} 12/13/2008
Absolutely excellent abstract Saad, great lines and curve composition.
be well!

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Rasna 69 Rasna 69   {K:8916} 12/13/2008
una bella idea! ottimo lavoro! :)

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H L H L   {K:11377} 12/13/2008
No question, Saad, you should be proud of this work understand those feelings and reaction are totally normal, Photography is a multi
configurator challenger, our attachments = expectations... minds out the intellect that is the cause control of inner freedom. Please don’t sad your self you will produce many more excellent works as you go, trust!!!
My best regards,
Harry

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/12/2008
Harry,I have post this shot at morning,our time,and have no comment on it for seven hours,despite the fact I admired it,more than others of my recent works,and that make me sad inside my self,so I post an other work,that I have received critiques for,
and at one second,I have received two critiques for this work,one of them is yours,with what it conveys ,for me those two inputs,are the SC,BIP,and PoD,so thank you for that,
my best wishes,
Saad.

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Saad Salem Saad Salem   {K:88994} 12/12/2008
thank you so much Howie,I have admired this work,it is you and Harry,to comment first on it,and honestly I consider this as an award,
thank you again,
Saad.

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H L H L   {K:11377} 12/12/2008
Excellent perspective!!! Saad,!!! What a wonderful scene of geometrical ingredients!Great POV!!!!
Congratulations!
Harry

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Howie Mudge Howie Mudge   {K:27933} 12/12/2008
Love the perspective in this capture.

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