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Here is version 2 of the same image I posted 3 days ago. I just wanted to do something different, add a bit more drama to the scene. I've not done something like this in ages. For some reason, i find that the more experienced people get in this business of Photography, the less fun they have with it, and there could be various legitimate reasons for that like - getting too busy so you just do your job and that's it or just plain old "professionals dont do that", "it looks tacky" "it's unreal" amongst others. The danger I find is that once you loose passion about what you do, you might as well pack your bag and lock it away because with passion come experimentation and exploration.

For me, visual communication is everything. I breath it, I eat it, I sleep it ...you get the point. Photography in itself i think is all about breaking boundaries and stereotypes, i'm always looking for ways to expand my creative mind and get out of the box of what is normal or common. Linda Bullock. made a very interesting comment on my blog yesterday saying she 'sees more' things in details now than she ever did since she started her journey in photography and i think that is what it's all about. SEEING THINGS CLEARER AND SEEING IT DIFFERENTLY TO THE WAYS OTHERS DO, noticing the little things, viewing it from a different angle, processing the images to convey a feeling or to deliberately evoke certain emotion/s.

Enough of my ranting now because i need to get busy with some work but hey, please let me know which one you like most

 FIRST ONE.

 THIRD ONE.

OR THIS ONE(SECOND).

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London??

Here is version 2 of the same image I posted 3 days ago. I just wanted to do something different, add a bit more drama to the scene. I've not done something like this in ages. For some reason, i find that the more experienced people get in this business of Photography, the less fun they have with it, and there could be various legitimate reasons for that like - getting too busy so you just do your job and that's it or just plain old "professionals dont do that", "it looks tacky" "it's unreal" amongst others. The danger I find is that once you loose passion about what you do, you might as well pack your bag and lock it away because with passion come experimentation and exploration.

For me, visual communication is everything. I breath it, I eat it, I sleep it ...you get the point. Photography in itself i think is all about breaking boundaries and stereotypes, i'm always looking for ways to expand my creative mind and get out of the box of what is normal or common. Linda Bullock. made a very interesting comment on my blog yesterday saying she 'sees more' things in details now than she ever did since she started her journey in photography and i think that is what it's all about. SEEING THINGS CLEARER AND SEEING IT DIFFERENTLY TO THE WAYS OTHERS DO, noticing the little things, viewing it from a different angle, processing the images to convey a feeling or to deliberately evoke certain emotion/s.

Enough of my ranting now because i need to get busy with some work but hey, please let me know which one you like most

 FIRST ONE.

 THIRD ONE.

OR THIS ONE(SECOND).

Enjoyed reading my post? why not join my page on FACEBOOK.

comments (8)

Nice blueish tones...
I like this version too..
  • nay
  • london
  • 20 May 2010, 13:20
this is beautiful..but the third image brings happiness and a sense of early childhood bk to me...smile
i really like this version of the image. love the cool, blue tones
  • Ginnie
  • Netherlands
  • 21 May 2010, 06:00
I'm often hard-pressed to choose when given a choice like this, Ade. Each one has its own value. But I DO like your text and the thoughts you've described. It's so easy to get into a rut, so I appreciate your words of 'caution.'
I really do prefer the first one smile
  • SAVO
  • United Kingdom
  • 15 Jun 2010, 22:33
Brilliant
excellent image, nice treatment here

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