• get the hell away from my bike!
    funny detail - Visual Flows
  • I would have had the shot lower and rotated a little to the right up - Brett Butler

Day 140/365 : Cromatismi autunnali

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Explore #10
Explore Front Page on Sunday, December 14, 2008

Project: 365 days of Bokeh

fratella, chris.spins (OFF), lemank, and 82 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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  1. lydia63 77 months ago | reply

    Magnifique photo bravo !

  2. maydos {vovvv!} 77 months ago | reply

    intersting shot! (on exploree!!)

  3. Pink Peony Photography ~ Karleen 77 months ago | reply

    love how you can make everyday street scenes look so special! congrats on FP!

  4. chris frick 77 months ago | reply


    Congrats! ... ;)

  5. cayoyin 77 months ago | reply

    My dream bike...one day I'll have one.

  6. blurredfoto 77 months ago | reply

    Impressive processing. Congratulations on a great Explore position. Well done!

  7. helmet13 77 months ago | reply

    BRAVISSIMO! CONGRATS on explore :-)

  8. SingleDadLaughing 77 months ago | reply

    Awesome image, my friend, well done as always. It's always nice to find photos like this in Explore.

    Congratulations! Can't wait for the next one.

  9. Dreaming ... 77 months ago | reply

    Stunning shot !!

  10. haikus* 77 months ago | reply

    Congrats on explore!

  11. lívia. 77 months ago | reply

    love the tones!
    congrats on explore!! :)

  12. ciglieggia 77 months ago | reply

    che toni! bellissima

  13. Tomaocron 76 months ago | reply

    Very nice shallow DOF, great details. I like OOF pigeon! Is that a plastic bag over the seat? Anyway, I like this...it's a YES for the pool.
    The Jurors Group


  14. Brett Butler 76 months ago | reply

    I like the concept of this image, and I am certainly a lover of Narrow DOF shots.
    I do have a few problems with this image, I think you are right in taking the shot in general as there is an image in there, but I find to many thing distracting, the way I see the image is the focus point of the bike, and the pigeon, I find the white plastic bag and the ladder behind the bike a little distracting, I think as a composition you needed to frame it a little different, I would have got lower, and framed the front wheel spindle/nut more in the bottom corner, so the forks start a diagonal, and you move up the image to see the pigeon still well oof. I have added a note, to give an idea. I think the image in general as a composition just needs to be more dynamic.
    All other aspects of the image is good.
    Sorry it is a small no from me this time, it is my opinion, well seen but for me just not quite right.

    The Jurors Group


  15. noe_carrillo 76 months ago | reply

    can't really tell exactly what i like about this one, but this captured my imagination of an old china as suggestive of the cool tone and the bike with plastic bag. i like that. nice dof in my opinion and quite unique from other photos in your series.
    thanks for sharing. this is your 2nd YES.
    more to come...
    The Jurors Group


  16. helmet13 76 months ago | reply

    Well, for me the power of the selective focus is to lead the eye to focussed part or to lead the eyes to the blurred part. Looking on the title I would assume you wanted to high-light the tones of the bicycle. Looking on the focus I also like the idea to high-light the pigeon or may be the covered bicycle seat. Anyhow, not a "spectacular" picture but on the other hand "spectacular". A yes for me as well.

    Please post your picture into the main pool.


  17. helmet13 76 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The JURORS / Different Personalities, Different Views, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

  18. fi0na 61 months ago | reply

    davvero bellissima!

  19. fi0na 59 months ago | reply

    ..puoi farla partecipare al concorso “Mezzi di trasporto” del gruppo “Solo concorsi”!


  20. milkydrop 43 months ago | reply

    Love the tones!

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