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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 5:07pm, 1 January 2007
Follow the Light...

Our age is one of isolation. Perhaps this is a natural reaction to being stuffed in cities, our attentions constantly diverted by the media-rich, technological cocoon in which we live. It is easy to forget – your neighbor, the man behind the ticket counter, the woman at work, the last airport you were in. How can we possibly remember what is not in front of us every day?

Today we do not allow ourselves to forget. Today we do not allow time to triumph. We record. We use the tools of this modern age capture Light, to record one instant of a million, billion possibilities, there to be found, there to be recorded, there to be remembered. This is a great gift. We are the inheritors of a great tradition. Now, finally, here, we can capture the Truth...exciting, isn't it...? :)

Light = Truth

Follow the Light...
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Loca.... 12 years ago
Nice, nice shot and thoughts.
:))

Loca
satrina* 12 years ago
I hadn't notice the "jail look" but went back to the pic and yes, it does look a little bit "jaily"

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
@LBT -- But I did say!!

@Loca -- Thank you!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
17 January 2007

After work

Tough day for photography...windy but warm and overcast & light rain from time to time...nothing struck my fancy all day. I took my slr to work and I tried a few shots around my Métro stop without any success...this is out the back window, looking into the coeur of the building. I liked the twin windows & the glowing colors -- you can tell that the folks in the upper window were watching television! This feels like home, like kicking your feet up after a long day and letting out a long sigh...
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
Thanks, Marc -- and you are right -- that glow can only be of a football match in progress!!!
humorous cats [deleted] 12 years ago
unity and variety! i could not have said it better. I lingered on this one as i struggled to find the differences and similarities.


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PutYourFlareOn PRO 12 years ago
The metro shot is erie. I can't imagine the Palais Royal stop right now, I use it often though....

I like the window shot. I often gaze out into my residence and look at the windows and wonder what's going on. Some people are watching tv. Eating dinner. Fighting. Once I caught my neighbor naked standing at the window. That was funny.

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CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
I like the identical security rails ! Fits my balance...

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
18 January 2007

This way down
Very wonderful shots, especially January 17.
( A Gypsy Outdoors)
satrina* 12 years ago
Yep, I really like the Jan 17 photo, everything almost black with the light coming out of the windows looks very nice

And this last one reminds me of the entrance to the underground passage in Irreversible

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 12 years ago
@blow/up -- I am glad you liked the photo & thanks for the visit!

@Aimee -- yes...apartment/city living is like in living in a fishbowl sometimes...

@CollardGreens -- I thought you were unbalanced by nature... ;-)
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 12 years ago
Notes from 18 January Photo:

I am stealing a page from sunshinecity and offering an outtake -- I uploaded the same photo in B&W and could not decide which to post...I finally decided on the color version, but I think I still like the B&W better...oh, well...

This was taken on the way to work on Thursday. I didn't think I got the shot at all -- I grabbed one frame and put the camera back in my bag quickly because there were people trying to get around me to get down the stairs. I didn't review until late Thursday and after I did some long-exposure tripod shots at work of the buildings and highway you can see from one side of our office building. (Which were OK, but nothing stellar.) I like the atmosphere in this photo -- slightly dark, slightly dank...you wonder what you are descending into...
CollardGreens PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by CollardGreens (member) 12 years ago
Trying everyday to keep a presence of balance - this is what the voices say to do. I know this metro !! Like the tiles. N&B MUCH better in my grey, dank opinion.

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
@ La Maquisarde -- thank you!! Your stream is fantatastic! We have entirely different subject matter!!!! Thank you for the visit!

@satrina -- Thank you! I did not see Irreversible -- I heard it was a tough film to sit through...
dda1605 12 years ago
Great picture. At the begining I thought it was a B&W pic., only the green arrows seems to be coloured.

(Didier 2007 )
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Ladybadtiming PRO 12 years ago
I would have made a big praise
but we're going to watch Seinfeld now
hasta luego !

[LadyBadTiming / snapshooting my life away, day after day, after day, after day]
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
@Marc -- Three is a Magic Number, after all...

@Didier -- Thank you!

@LBT -- Giddy-up...
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
19 January 2007

End of the Quai

This really looks better large.

End of a long day...I saw the red lights reflected down the side of the train and almost ran down the platform to get clear of the waiting passengers. I could *not* miss that red!
satrina* 12 years ago
Great shot, what attracts me the most is the reflex, red-purplish-blue.

Satrina: av meg
mscjwharton 12 years ago
Very awesome! How many people did you knock over in the mad rush for the shot?
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Funny that you were rushing to catch the red, when most people speed up to catch the green light!
You were rewarded with a fantastic shot!
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James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 12 years ago
20 January 2007

Open late

Funny story -- I thought the photo of the day was going to be this one. We were out Saturday, celebrating the birthday of Flickr's own photogrin (aka photogreen). I snapped the posted photo on the way to the restaurant, fully intending to get some good pictures during the evening. I took a few shots & then this image materialized. (Perfect Moment school, anyone...?) I took the photo & the lighter went out. I had my Saturday picture!!! Then I looked at the timestamp on the photo -- 00:00:59 -- Sunday!!!! DOH!! :)
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
@satrina -- YES -- the reflections pulled me down the quay!

@Colleen -- only two or three... ok, MAYBE four... ;)

@ebilflindas -- Thank you for the visit!!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
21 January 2007

Passage

It's 2-for-1 day here at Light Image Truth! We had really good light this afternoon for a few hours, so I went on a walk-about. I ended up down on the Grands Boulevards and then had a wander through the Passages -- proto-malls, 19th-centrury enclosed shopping spaces. This image is from Passage Jouffroy -- the first one to be built entirely out of glass and steel. I waited several minutes for this shot as the clouds were rolling in and this was just about the last of the good light...
durhamyankee 12 years ago
Ah... Arcades. I read a lot of Benjamin last quarter... Bon.

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Ladybadtiming PRO 12 years ago
love this place
and did you check the hotel Chopin ?
just straight on and on top of the stairs on the left ?
uh ?

[LadyBadTiming / snapshooting my life away, day after day, after day, after day]
satrina* 11 years ago
Looks great with the right amount of light, reminded me of a similar place here, I'll try to get a photo of that one day.

Satrina: av meg
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
22 January 2007, 22h55...

Monday, 22h55

Nothing much to report today -- I worked late & carried home a bag full of Lebanese food. (Mmm...hummus -- cheers, Didier!) Answered some emails and went to bed...off to the UK on the 23rd...
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
@LBT -- Yes, I did check out the Chopin! I have to go back, though -- I didn't get very good shots that day...

@satrina -- looking forward to that photo!
Loca.... 11 years ago
Catching up on you. So many news....

You're right about those red reflections, kook awesome, great shot. You made me wish to eat humous again, have seen that entry before and thought I can never get good humous here, have to go to Lisbon and buy some
The laundry photo has a great 77, would look awesome on some of my numbers groups, like this one: Identical Digit Numbers
This last shot is great.
:))

Loca
CollardGreens PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by CollardGreens (member) 11 years ago
Nice shiny depth of field...

here is one for your Identical Numbers set...

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BellaGaia PRO 11 years ago
i really do enjoy the rather "noir" nature of your photographs -- they are moody and dark.... a lot like me :-)

BellaGaia (Living with BellaGaia)
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
@Loca -- Nice to have you back!!! I like the identical digit group!

@CollardGreens -- low-light photography is your next endeavor, young padawan :)

@Bella -- That may be more of a byproduct of our sunless northern European winters than anything else, lol...but I have been taking a lot of low-light shots lately...ps- You are moody & dark...? That is definitely not reflected in your photography!

Thanks everyone!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
23 January 2007

Let's play, "Spot the Terminal"!!! Anyone in for a guess...?

Duty * Free

Sorry, sorry, three days delay. On the road & working hard...just I just find a title for my auto-biography...? LOL...

Found this waiting for a flight...I have always liked the vibe in terminals of transit -- train stations, airports, even the seedy, fractured Art-Deco squalor of most American bus stations. The new European airports are 'Cathedrals of Transport' -- high ceilings, arches, hushed silences and all...as is if by traveling we get closer to whatever god it is we happen to believe in...anyway, they are usually visually interesting with their multi-levels and furious bursts of activity. (like a church...oh, you get it...) Tuesday night there was a huge queue, of mostly French people, waiting for the Air Angola flight to Luanda...go figure...
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Welcome back...nice shot here - airport known...will reserve answer for others. I accept the challenge of descending into low light - show us the light Obewon.
satrina* 11 years ago
Airport unknown but I love the way you described transport stations

Satrina: av meg
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Romain S. Donadio Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Romain S. Donadio (admin) 11 years ago
Heathrow?

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CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Wooden planks are a hint...
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
@CollardGreens - Excellent...excellent...all according to plan...

@satrina - Thank you!!

@photogrin -- INCORRECT!!! You have 2 more guesses! (Ted's clue is on the right track...)
sunshinecity 11 years ago
darn it I've missed so much... what great underground shots!!! But I really like the glass jars on the shelf!!

~ sunshinecity,
a picture, a story
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Really? You like the glass jars on the shelf???
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
24 January 2007

Let it...

Let it...

Snow...apologies, Mr. McCartney.

Southern England and a surprise Wednesday morning snowfall. I am glad I made it in Tuesday night!!!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
25 January 2007

Sunrise
Morning • England I

Near Chichester, England. An absolutely glorious morning -- clear, bright and cold. The light seemed to cling to everything and had a buttery richness to it. It was a shame I had to go into the office...
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
26 January 2007

Appuyer ici

Back to France, waiting for my luggage...good symmetry...
mscjwharton 11 years ago
You got a snow picture! Yeah!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Yeah...and you see people PULL the handle all the time (while cursing in all the languages - should be a candid camera routine)!!

Like we say - UK, when its good its really really good...

See you Sunday

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
-- Yes! But I think I might prefer a beach photo...

Yep...

It's good to be home!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
27 January 2007

It's good to be home...
Yet another candle photo...

Saturday consisted of:

1. Sleeping late.
2. Taking a FOUR HOUR nap.
3. Falling asleep on the couch AGAIN after dinner :)

I managed to shake myself awake long enough to take the photo above -- extremely un-original. I promise better for Sunday!!!
PutYourFlareOn PRO 11 years ago
Sounds like my Sunday...

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Aimee, PutYourFlareOn's 2007 Daily Photo Diary
Loca.... 11 years ago
So much sleep, I want that....
great snow picture, and the one of the cars in the terminal is really nice, like those shots.
:))

Loca
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humorous cats [deleted] 11 years ago
love the laundry and proto mall...laundry shots are so sad with that kind of ghostly light. and that chichester sunrise is terrific.


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mscjwharton 11 years ago
I can't wait to see the sunday photo shoot pictures and topics. I wish I could have been there. Sigh.
Glow* 11 years ago
Sounds like my saturday too!
I love 4 hours naps!!!

Glow*'s world, at least what she's ok to share with the rest of the world!;)
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Then it must have been a good Sunday!

Thank you, Loca!!

Desolé, Chef!!

I like the laundry shot, too! Thanks for the visit!!

Small group, but fun & good photos!!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
28 January 2007

Caption not required

So over at Meetup.com, I am the organizer of the Paris Photography Meetup.

We have two events per month. On the first Monday of the month, we meet at a bar/restaurant in Paris and show photos, talk, laugh, drink and generally annoy the other patrons with all of the flashes going off :)

Towards the end of the month, we have The Sunday Shoot -- we meet at a different Métro stop in Paris where I distruibute a list of the day's five shooting subjects and break the group into teams. The teams have three hours to get their shots, then we meet and show the photos. (If you shot digital, of course :)

January 28th marked our 13th Sunday Shoot and we have done two on Saturday night as well. (Re-titled Saturday Night Fever, of course :) Last Sunday's subject were:

- Cars -- detail
- Boulangeries
- Rouge / Red
- Signs in Asian languages
- Eight

The starting point was Métro Tolbiac in the heart of the 13ème arrondissement (Triskaidekaphobes beware!!! ;) and Paris' underappreciated Chinatown. You can see some of the other photos from the day here.

If you live in Paris, check us out!
ebilflindas 11 years ago
That's really cool, Frère!
Some inspiration for a more regular San Diego Flickr meetup.
Wish I could've been there to join you all--I'm a Triskaidekaphile!

And let me guess--this shot was your submission for the number 8 (hiding sideways under her skirt)? ;-D
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lramiro520 11 years ago
Sounds like my kind of weekend!

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
Oh, yeah...it was a good one too -- when you wake up and your limbs feel reeeeeeeeeeeeeeally heavy and your whole body is warm.

Actually, this was my entry for eight -- eight motos with 8 writen on then and in red! Triple word score!!! And yes -- get out and organize an SD Flickr group!! There is an SD Photography Meetup that seems pretty active as well. (A few of them joined the Paris Meetup for some reason...) Just do it. We all become better photographers when we see other people's work and, perhaps more importantly, how they shoot.

It was a good one!!!

Thank you all for the visits!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
29 January 2007

Streetlife Serenade
Streetlife Serenade

Any Billy Joel fans in the house...? :)

Just playing around and was watching the world pass by in front of the apartment building last night. This shot has a film-set or theatre quality to it -- the light is from an odd angle and just a bit too bright...

Off to the airport this afternoon for a 2 day business trip to Switzerland. The camera will, of course, be in tow!!
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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Thank you, LBT!!
Glow* 11 years ago
I think I might join this other photo group too! Thanks for the link! :))

www.flickr.com/groups/2007/discuss/72157594429817562/page3/
ebilflindas 11 years ago
Wow, beautiful, cinematic shot!
I'm not sure what song you had in mind, but when you mentioned Billy Joel, the doo-wop sounds of Uptown Girl and For the Longest Time came to mind with this photo.
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CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
See ? No trash ! Nice stuff - love the lighting - doo be doo be dooooo

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satrina* 11 years ago
Saturday: it's great when you can have that amount of rest.

Sunday: I think I'll propose some game/contest like that in the DFlickr group because it sounds really fun

Have a safe trip and bring lots of pics back ok? :)

Satrina: av meg
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
Cool! It's a fun group!

Thanks! This one to me has the feel of 'The Stranger' or maybe 'Vienna'...of course CollardGreens nailed it to with a Sinatra reference... :)

Sing it, Blue Eyes!

It really is fun -- you get to hang out with other photographers and see how they shoot and interpret the same subjects. The only tricky part is finding a place to show the photos. We have been using my apartment, but the group is getting big enough now that we are too many to fit comfortably...but this is a good problem to have :) Back sage & sound with photos!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
30 January 2007

Hauptbahnhof • Zürich, Switzerland

Hauptbahnhof • Zürich

I realy like this shot. More details later -- it is midnight & I am going to bed!!! Bon nuit!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Train looks like cream !! Gotta find a 50mm lens - great !! I am sooo jealous. Your N&B technique - I want some...

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
I will post the original & some of the post-processing involved to get the look tonight. I am glad you liked the photo!!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
31 January 2007

Zofingen - 20h46

20h46 • en suisse

It was Wednesday night & cold on the way back to the hotel after work. We stayed late to finish a few things & then headed out for...wait for it, wait for it...TexMex!!! Yes, a TexMex restaurant in the middle of Switzerland...sometimes globalization just makes you laugh...the fajitas, however, were excellent!
Loca.... 11 years ago
Just catching up....
Paris meet up group has some very great shots.
Like the street serenade shot as well and didn't get why you like so much that metro shot. Did I miss it somewhere?
:))

Loca
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Once again - Bravo...you have made the white stone look good enough to put in morning coffee. We are in Auxerre this weekend. The High Pressure over France has provided some superb blue skies has it not?? Not in on Monday - lost in the Blue...

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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
And we're back! I would like to thank our commerical sponsors and remind the our loyal viewers that whenever you would like to enjoy a smooth. refreshing beverage, drink Coke® :)

No, Loca -- you didn't miss anything, I was just lazy this weekend!

So, why do I like the photo from the 30th? It is a completely stolen moment -- you feel like you are eavesdropping in on their conversation. And her looking out the window just then is perfect. I also like the man passing in front -- he pulls you through the photograph and to the last view of the man in the next window & then out of frame. I had a few other shots without the man passing in front, but they lacked energy. (And, um, one was out of focus... :)

So, how do I get that look? It is pretty simple, really, and one of the real advantages of digital post-processing has over working in a wet darkroom. The original was a RAW file, very flat contrast and color saturation-- it was taken indoors, in low-light, through a train window! The thing with color is that you often need A LOT of light to get good color fidelity & color purity, so if you are having problems, convert to Black & White which is more about tone an contrast. I use a product from Apple called Aperture to do most of my conversions from RAW files to tiffs & jpegs. This and may other raw converters have build in B&W filters that let you simulate shooting through color filters onto B&W film. This was converted using an orange filter simultaion. I jacked up the exposure to get some better tone seperation and added a heavy dose of constrast to make the the whites nice & shiny. Finally, I applied a very light sepia toning to give the photo that burnished look. I added a bit of sharpening and then exported to Photoshop to run Noise Ninja to elminiate some of the noise from shooting at ISO640. Voilà. Une photo!

All of this would have taken an age in the wet darkroom, but by using digital tools, I was able to have a finished file inside of 30 minutes.

I still do miss the darkroom, however... :)
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
1 February 2007

On the tarmac, CDG

CDG • 20h59

The only good thing about disembarking by bus from an airplane is that you get a behind-the scenes look at how an airport works. In the background here is what will be Terminal S3 when contruction is finished this year.
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
2 February 2007

Out back

Escalier C

I just liked the pool of light that was bring thrown into the night...
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
3 February 2007

After 2 pitchers of Sangria...

Sense unique

It's even in focus! (mostly :)
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
4 Febuary 2007

Pont des Arts, Paris

Kissing (a fool?)

It was another spectacular Sunday in Paris. More photos here. This was a tough shot -- I tried a few from the other side (yeah, they were oblivious ;), but couldn't get the frame. So I walked to the other side, but the sun was coming in hard from that angle...you can see the lens flare if you look closely enough. I flattened out the contrast in the final version & added sepia to mellow out some of the harsher highlights.

Definitely the shot of the day!
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
Mitcha ka boola, alaka zoola, bibbity bobbity boo - put them together and what do you get ? Bibitty bobbity boo...ask me to sing it for you sometime. It is from Walt Disney's animation - Cinderella when the mice are making her a dress for the ball. Yes - the voices are back, ain't life grand?

Good stuff ! Bibbity, Bobbity, Boooooo

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hervcha 11 years ago
Wow! What a shot, between Doineau and Cartier-Bresson ! :0))


hervcha - It's a long way to & 31st dicembre 2007
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Uh, Ted, are you feeling ok...?

Thank you, Hervcha!!
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I was there when this shot was taken and I can tell that this couple was all horniness.

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mscjwharton 11 years ago
Okay they must have been on another planet to not see you hovering from side to side to get the photo you wanted. Too funny and great result.
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James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Their horniness level was off the chart! In fact I think we need to create a new scale for them!!! My horniness level, a very tired 2...I think I need a vacation...

Yep, completely and utterly involved in each other!
Loca.... 11 years ago
One of the things that I still can not do is that noise stuff you were talking about that photo. My problem is that I'm learning photography and photoshot by myself, and thats all in english, some stuff I just don't understand what it means, that's what happens with the noise, don't know what means noise apllied to photos.
:((
Have to try and see if I can figure that out from whatever will come....

Nice shots, as usual
:))

Loca
satrina* 11 years ago
Great photos, Jan 30th and Feb 4th are my absolute favorites! Love 'em!

Satrina: av meg
~ Phil Moore 11 years ago
Not sure what it is about January 30th's shot (Hauptbahnhof • Zürich, Switzerland), but I love it.

The couple in the window; the perfectly blurred guy walking past; the face in the window, just in front of him...

All those lives going on in such proximity, all oblivious to one-an-others', and all oblivious to yours, capturing it.

And of course, the tones of the b&w are spot-on.

--
[Phil: Paris to where? Un agenda visuel]
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Don't get frustrated -- I have been 'learning' Photoshop for 13 years :) It is a huge, complex program that has 3 ways to do everything!!! To complicate matters even further, Noise Ninja is a program you have to buy seperately! It is a great tool -- keep at it!

Thank you!!!

I think what you describe is one of the reason I like travelling so much -- that random intersection of lives, histories, personalities...I often stop and just watch the scene play out in front of me...who are all of these people? Are they real? Where do they live? What are they thinking? Do they continue to exist when they turn the corner? There is a whole metaphysical ballet going on around us that is absolutely beautiful to watch :)

Thanks for the visit & compliments!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO Posted 11 years ago. Edited by James KEZMAN Photo (member) 11 years ago
5 February 2007

Final flickr

So it was Monday night & we had our regular first-Monday-of-the-month meeting of the Paris Photography Meetup. It was a small but friendly group at a restaurant/bar called Habemuspapam on rue Monsigny in the 2ème -- good food, great music, excellent atmosphere. The owner is a friend of photogrin (aka photogreen's, who was in attendence and mourning the loss of his January photos!!! (Story here.

About this photo -- this candelabrum was sitting in the corner all by himself & I couldn't help but think of Lumiere for Disney's Beauty and the Beast! Be...our...guest...
CollardGreens PRO 11 years ago
If I didn't know better I would say you were a literature major in university !! While I am partial to Cinderella, I do see the impersonation of a certain animation star....as always - in respect of the tonal black and white you post.

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hervcha 11 years ago
You're right; it looks like Lumière !!!!

hervcha - It's a long way to & 31st dicembre 2007
satrina* 11 years ago
Great tones! I like the warmth of this one, glad to hear you had a good time at the meetup
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Romain S. Donadio 11 years ago
I'm going to "La Maison du Leica" today and I'm not kidding.
Sandra.Pi 11 years ago
i had not been here yet, i came, i like!!! i'll keep looking!! ;)

Sandrapi
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
Heh, heh... :O)

Yep!!

Thank you!! Have you proposed a 'Sunday Shoot' with your flickr group yet...?

That's the spirit!!!! This could get *very* interesting...

Thank you for the visit, Sandrapi!!! Come back soon!
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 11 years ago
6 February 2007

M is for Métro...

M is for Métro...

Shall we have some color today...? :) Props to JordyB for the composition!

It was a quiet Tuesday -- lots going on at work & I have been feeling really tired since...well, October :)

This is the Métro stop for home at around 19h30. The blue highlights are from the Pharmacy sign that is above and out of frame of this shot.
Digimai Posted 11 years ago. Edited by Digimai (member) 11 years ago
Love your shots on 25/01, 30/01 and 04/02. Can't really say that I like the terminal shots, reminds me too much of work ;)

As for the S3, imagine you're at gate S001, 10minutes before departure and your boarding gate is at S150 - 800metres away ... :P

Digimai in Paris, emerging from beneath the surface... in 2007
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