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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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