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What crisis? by Silvana W.

What crisis?


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7.05.2012 at 1:06h
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Supertramp: **You Win, I Lose**


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Adele Oliver, 7.05.2012 at 3:12h

Terrific scene and mood - all goes better with a bottle of wine :-))) great, especially with the blurring effect.
hugs, Adele

Odette LEFEBVRE, 7.05.2012 at 8:22h

formidable travail un beau noir et blanc
et toujours des accompagnements fntastiques

eduard szattler, 7.05.2012 at 13:19h

I like it simply

Leo_nid, 7.05.2012 at 14:17h

“In the present crisis, government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem”
<Ronald Reagan>
P.S. great satirical shot

jean-pierre hervet, 7.05.2012 at 16:46h

Ton titre me rappelle en effet un vieil album de Supertramp ! Ton cliché interpelle !! Il est remarquablement traité ! Bref, c'est super !!!!! Bises et AMitiés / JP

Ida-Lena, 7.05.2012 at 19:57h

stylisch verewigt szene wie aus einem film
1A in S/W
LG Ida

'MM', 7.05.2012 at 20:27h

What crisis? Restourants are full of people!!!

I told you one time that your postproduction is more incisive if used with such subjects than others. This is a case in which your tecnique gives a very interesting point of view. This movements makes me think to our heavy souls full of fear trying to forget the moment and go ahead, into a world of dreams...

...well done...



J o s e f, 8.05.2012 at 11:38h

A wonderful shot!
Regards, Josef

ferran petit, 8.05.2012 at 12:06h

para algunos no la hay!! muy buenos estos últimos trabajos

s. sabine krause, 10.05.2012 at 16:16h

: ))) what a great "simpleton look" to the face of this man, mindlessly indulging in a decadent meal – or so it seems. i'm trying to get behind what's being shown by relating the title to the scene, which is kind of hard this time because the details on the table are a little too blurry and too "dissolved" for my taste – it takes away a bit of the impact of an otherwise hilariously satirical and comic treatment of the "crisis" theme! greetings, sabine.

Dr. Labude, 12.05.2012 at 18:00h

Like it!

Luca Di Muzio, 12.05.2012 at 21:09h

Fantastique, crisis is a scene like this, pleasures fading away ! + + +

Dragomir Vukovic, 15.05.2012 at 1:39h

great 1 !!!

Jim McKinniss, 12.06.2012 at 22:43h

I like the blur. There is enough of it to create an interesting scene but not so much that objects become unrecognizable.


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