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Flying the flag for mu-43...

Discussion in 'Panasonic Cameras' started by hypnomatt, Aug 21, 2012.

  1. hypnomatt

    hypnomatt Mu-43 Regular

    Nov 4, 2011
    Hi guys I'm flying the flag for our system as my photo below has been selected for the Cork Street Open exhibition in London's Mayfair.

    Here's a link to the exhibition:
    Cork Street Open Exhibition

    AAA by hypnomatt, on Flickr
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  2. rhoydotp

    rhoydotp Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Aug 5, 2012
    Toronto, Ont
    good stuff!
  3. Kiwi Paul

    Kiwi Paul Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Aug 15, 2011
    Aberdeen Scotland
    Well done, you must be wrapped, nice photo too.

  4. makoti

    makoti Mu-43 Regular

    Aug 8, 2012
    Wow. That is NICE!
  5. hypnomatt

    hypnomatt Mu-43 Regular

    Nov 4, 2011
    Thanks all. They are showing another of mine but it wasn't shot on a mu-43.

    Solace by hypnomatt, on Flickr
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  6. CUB

    CUB Guest

    Congratulations! Two outstanding shots, well deserved. :smile:
  7. hypnomatt

    hypnomatt Mu-43 Regular

    Nov 4, 2011
    Thanks :smile:
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  8. Warren T.

    Warren T. Mu-43 Veteran

    Mar 10, 2010
    San Francisco
    Congratulations on your showings! :) 
  9. RevBob

    RevBob Super Moderator Subscribing Member

    Jun 4, 2011
    NorthWestern PA
    Good for you! I found so many things that I liked in the first photo - the clouds, the city in the distance, the folks at the picnic table - all going on around the folks in the center. Very nice!
  10. 0dBm

    0dBm Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Jun 30, 2011
    Western United States
    The second image could have been truly superb if the sandals were not present. It could have been gallery-worthy since it contains elements of the Rule of Thirds, perspective, convergence of lines, depth, and texture.

    The perspective lines truly draws my eyes to the seated man as the focal point; however, the sandals tug on my attention and keeps them there.

    An image on the just the sandals sans the railing, chair, and man could stand on its own as another gallery piece for its thematic element of singularity without resorting to extreme juxtaposition.

    As presented in its current form, that image and processing is well done as a study of contemplation of escapism and should be a benchmark of composition.
  11. dezignman

    dezignman Mu-43 Rookie

    Aug 4, 2012
    I respect OdBm's opinion, and agree that all "rules" of photography have been met in a dramatic way. However, I like the scandals in the foreground. To me they add a mood: the scandals symbolize the man's attachment to the social structure and were left behind to free him so that he could become one with that beauty of nature. Freedom. I think the photographer made them work in the photo.
  12. 0dBm

    0dBm Mu-43 Top Veteran

    Jun 30, 2011
    Western United States
    That's what makes that image so good. It can please many observers.
  13. hypnomatt

    hypnomatt Mu-43 Regular

    Nov 4, 2011
    Thanks for the replies all. The second pic is being shown in the gallery its just not a micro four thirds snap.
    The with/without sandals debate is good and that's what makes photography so great I think. Many things to many people.
    Dezignman, your freedom comment is spot on. I called the photo "Solace"...
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