A Quietly Gathering Tragedy | 129.365

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My brother playing the piano. I hope I wasn't too intrusive to get the shot!

Taken for my Project 365. Your comments give me the will to continue, so come on: say something!

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Remko., Gianfranco_R, EricWithACamera, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Remko. 107 months ago | reply

    Love the sharpness of the right hand of your brother.... great shot in b/w!

  2. BuicksRock 107 months ago | reply

    The brightness of the hand in the foreground is a little distracting to me. But, I think it works better on black, and not the white background of Flickr's page.
    I agree w/ Remko -- the sharpness of the right hand is amazing.

  3. EricWithACamera 107 months ago | reply

    Great dof and composition.

  4. jomak14 107 months ago | reply

    fascinating focal point with a razor-thin dof make for an awesome shot!

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  5. Sevs. 107 months ago | reply

    gosh im still loving how you get these tones and contrast! its so great.. the dof is wonderful as well!

  6. Ifty Amin 107 months ago | reply

    There's something strangely melancholy about this shot. Maybe it's just the B/W treatment, but it certainly feels that way.

    Works, though. Good Shot.

  7. Jonas Rask 107 months ago | reply

    very cool Stephan :)

  8. Amine Benboubker 107 months ago | reply

    Ah 1.2! Wish I had this one. Great job Sepho! The B/W are amazing.

  9. Low Life in High Key 107 months ago | reply

    Nice DoF indeed... and nice light to...

  10. Philip Schade 107 months ago | reply

    Love how vague the left hand is in comparisson.
    Excellent photograph, fantastic in tone.

  11. poljacek (+ 2M visits, Thanks so much!) 107 months ago | reply

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called Manos del músico, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

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