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Genesis # Day zero
 
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Photographer Peter Burda  Peter Burda {Karma:4807}
Project #15 Personal style & the metaphysics of art. Camera Model Nikon F50
Categories Stage
Film Format
Portfolio Lens Nikkor f1.8/50 mm
Uploaded 10/10/2003 Film / Memory Type Fomapan creative 200
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 486 Shutter 6 - 10 sec.
Favorites Aperture f 22
Critiques 18 Rating
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About Serie from the summer photoschool 2003 in Poprad, Slovakia (www.domfoto.sk). Class BODY and SOUL with Lecturer: ERNESTINE RUBEN (www.ErnestineRuben.com) The way of finding own personality, visions and emotions through the photography. Ms. Rubens says: We will address the question, ?Where do I go from here??, and we will concentrate on opening up new paths... this piece of Genesis serie I have connected from reason, that this is not about ilustration of the First book. just I have tried to shot this theme.
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There are 18 Comments in 1 Pages
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ana ribeiro   {K:21290} 10/17/2003
here i can see again your great sensebility !

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jo pez   {K:2958} 10/16/2003
___tota je najviac z mojho srdca___ :)

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Tiro Leander   {K:19060} 10/15/2003
This series of yours is so amazing....

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Vladislav Klima Vladislav Klima   {K:3660} 10/13/2003
Ahoj. Kde je zena, tam moze byt prostredie sebehroznejsie - vzdy z toho nieco vznikne. Je to jednoduche ako facka (je to tiez slovenske slovo?). Perfect.

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Val .   {K:4973} 10/13/2003
zero point for every men! ;-)

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Jeanne Wells   {K:14271} 10/12/2003
Ah, now you see her, now you don't!
I love the delicacy of the disappearing form against the solid form of the stairs. I also really like the out of place tile in the bottom right corner -- it all works very well for me.

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João Magalhães João Magalhães   {K:2067} 10/11/2003
Peter, thank you for your explanation. I understand the pyramid story now. Unfortunately I couldn't see a ziggurat-pyramid there before, as it is obviously (to me) cut in half by a vertical "wall". I tend not to look for stories in photos, just the visual elements, though I recall Jan Saudek's "a photograph that doesn't tell a story is not a photograph." I saw your other images and they're clearly very carefully done. Thanks.

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Mik Teige   {K:2311} 10/10/2003
Very good work. A koncim s anglictinou, protoze to by asi bylo vsechno, co bych napsal. Tohle je moc zajimavy obraz. Zacina to nazvem. Ten pristup se mi libi, protoze ja se hlasim k nazoru, ze svet nevzniknul z niceho, ale prave naopak - vzniknul ze vseho. A tak ja vnimam tvuj obraz. Symbolicky tady vidim vsechno. Uzasna lazen (zivne vody) a s hloubkou, ta je dulezita. Hloubka - schody - vzestup. Schazejici voda nevadi, vi se o ni. A zena symbolizuje promenu, moznost. Dobry je i to, ze ta zena je prave tam, kde je. Skoro nad vodou. Good idea. Mik

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Leyla Gamze Ozdemir   {K:2424} 10/10/2003
very nice work.

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André Bermak André Bermak   {K:14443} 10/10/2003
Excelente composição em P&B,ótimo trabalho!!!!!!

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james mckenna   {K:6535} 10/10/2003
your composition is wonderful. that the pyramid corners of the steps are essential to the meaning. without them, the woman ascends steps; with them, she ascends a ziggurat somehow tranported to this modern wasteland. the corner shadows create a sacred space where there was mere concrete before.

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^j^ .   {K:8554} 10/10/2003
Here you go... Add to it a sort of romantic Gypsy's waltz played on a piano by a guy named 'Flori' and this is now a very relaxing experience... Melikes !

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lowell whipple girbes   {K:13151} 10/10/2003
excellent !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Peter Burda Peter Burda   {K:4807} 10/10/2003
to João Magalhães : thank you very much for your comment. To cut by your way is about another story inside the picture. The pyramyde is very important subject in it. I can issue you, that I always control composition working with full frame concept, mainly when I work with tripod. Otherwise your variant looks fine , but it is about another story. In this concept, I took more weight into form of picture and less wieght to the composition. PS : shadows on right side works as contra to shadows in left side ....

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João Magalhães João Magalhães   {K:2067} 10/10/2003
I am strongly partial to movement [nudes] and empty places, so I really love the concept. I think, though, that you could have taken more attention to the composition with the static elements, although on the other hand you had to use a tripod, so you almost certainly did it. The stairs sahdows put in too much visual weight IMO. Maybe something like this if you don't get nervous about unusual formats.

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P. E. SCHAN   {K:63} 10/10/2003
Yes, this is my favorite style of photography. Moc hezké!

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Alfredo Castanheira   {K:417} 10/10/2003
Beautiful! Congrats!!

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Warfare01 JSirakas Warfare01 JSirakas   {K:-384} 10/10/2003
this was really nice and yet errie.:) 'remeber ...God be between you and harm in all the empty places you walk', eypgtian poem 13dsyt.

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