Photos of bitmapr (3)
- Street Reverb Magazine 66 photos, 604 members
- Two For the Road 623 photos, 1,454 members
- Your photo isn't really that great 714 photos, 1,225 members
- Gasoline Dreams 466 photos, 246 members
- la familia abrazada 2,473 photos, 1,313 members
- Dr Karanka's print stravaganza 302 photos, 248 members
- Hardcore Animal Farm Photography 546 photos, 316 members
- 浮世絵 - The Floating World 640 photos, 567 members
- hardcore tree photography 2,125 photos, 948 members
- HCSP (Hardcore Street Photography) 2,941 photos, 72,389 members
- Blinding. 53 photos, 57 members
- COLOR Street (curatimus maximus) 5,520 photos, 2,990 members
- dogs.on.film 71 photos, 88 members
- Tired of Tulips? 1,748 photos, 969 members
- Peopled Landscapes 137 photos, 122 members
- No Flash Corner(s) 187 photos, 203 members
- Not Street Street 1,077 photos, 368 members
- INK IN THE WELL 1,698 photos, 159 members
John Goldsmith says:
"I have been watching bitmpr’s work for more than a year and I am continually impressed. There are a number of his images that are permanently fused into my long-term memory. From photograph to photograph, his stream flows seamlessly with quality -- there is not one wasted slot. He even incorporates kids without making cheesy images. He is the kind of photographer (and father) I hope to be."
October 31st, 2007
"Bitmapr makes pictures.bitmapr makes pictures i remember.bitmapr has taken lots of pictures.i try and remember them all!"
April 21st, 2007
"bitmapr is one of my favorite photographers on flickr, he is both modest and self confident and his images show that. I like all his photos, whether of his family, photos of parties, street photos, etc. They all are exemplary."
January 25th, 2007
"What I love most about this dude's work is that he really goes for it. Every time he takes a picture, he is going for THE picture. And know what? He gets it more often than most of us."
October 22nd, 2006
3 Stars says:
"I can't go a day without seeing a bitmapr picture. He seems to live and breathe photography and continues to inspire me to try new things and take more pictures.
August 30th, 2006
"every image makes an impression. this is one stream that'll make you love photography even more than you probably already do..."
August 24th, 2006
elfis gallery says:
"viewing te photos of bitmapr is alwas a great pleasure..
my favorites of bitmapr are the wonderful shadow-series, where his great skill to abstract combines with a fascinating view for situations and light"
July 29th, 2006
a big misunderstanding says:
"There's not much I find more soothing than watching a long slow slideshow of bitmapr's geometry. Bitmapr's taught me that I love that genre, and that I should persue it more."
July 7th, 2006
April 6th, 2006
"well, i think i just dig this guy. there are plenty of themes from minimal to landscape to portrait and back to architecture.
it's like racing; constant lap times makes you a winner, but this is not racing, this is photography. it's the search for the right frame, light, moment, composition and colour ... and Naveen is really good at it.
April 6th, 2006
Tal Bright says:
"bitmapr has some unique abstract compositions, I'm especially drawn to his minimalist photos :)"
April 4th, 2006
"i think that bitmapr takes minimalist photography to another level.
keeping it fresh and interesting so consistently is a real talent, one that not many possess.
and to think that he does this while managing to keep my inbox clean!
March 31st, 2006
Robert Tilman says:
"Naveen's tuned eye consistently picks out amazing lines and contrasts of interest.
As though many of his titles suggest, it is as though he is aware of a much larger set of dimensions which he can wield to compose grandiose images of simple subjects.
His eye for minimalist quality is what drew me to his photographs and his scientific sense of humor has kept me coming back as well. Looking through his sets it is apparent he shows mastery of many genres of imagery of which he seems to add to daily.
A key stream on Flickr in my book.
March 30th, 2006
"the captivating and distinctive style of bitmapr's minimalist and abstract work makes me often speechless.
instead of long descriptions just a few 'catchwords':
high aestethics impact, powerful and strong colors, clear and strictly compositions, ... and by all that a loving eye for his surroundings: don't miss his wonderful children-portraits."
March 27th, 2006
"special bitmap monster"
March 12th, 2006
- Naveen Jamal
- February 2005