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Cars #1 by Berthold Klammer

Cars #1


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29.06.2010 at 12:00h
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This morning I had a longer wait for somebody at an automoblie seller (Mercedes) and - that's me - had my camera with me. So I could take a series of shots of all these fine and expensive (and cleaned up ) cars in the exhibition room.

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mike snead, 29.06.2010 at 12:16h

sheer class,berthold.

lg

mike



Leonid Khodyrev, 29.06.2010 at 12:54h

just great


Alexandra Baltog, 29.06.2010 at 13:47h

good


s. sabine krause, 29.06.2010 at 15:31h

very classy and elegant looking! love how the shadows could be those of a father and his son! generations of people trusting mercedes i bet their press agents would love it, too ; ))! great abstract! greetings, sabine. p.s. that black vertical line running through the shot, separating the shadows from the handle of the door looks just great!


Berthold Klammer, 29.06.2010 at 19:11h

@Sabine: to be honest these shadows are from the advertising deco.....:-))


Dragomir Vukovic, 29.06.2010 at 19:38h

excellent


Adele Oliver, 29.06.2010 at 22:31h

Superb image and presentation!!!
cheers, Adele



Inez Correia Marques, 30.06.2010 at 15:45h

Bravo Berthold. Great style!


Rainer Sollfrank, 2.07.2010 at 6:48h

Bewunderung mit Distanz. Mit spärlichsten Gestaltungsmitteln vermittelt das Bild das Kopfkino der Betrachter. Der Türgriff lädt ein zum Öfnen des Objektes und eröffnet den Film mit " open end ".
Ein Meisterwerk, meine Hochachtung.
Herzlich,
Rainer



Kaith Kakavouli, 2.07.2010 at 20:26h

!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Ken Piros, 9.07.2010 at 1:52h

The shadow of the people really makes this image talk. I would have missed this shot thinking that the shadow from the people would ruin the shot, I would have waited for them to leave and not captured a critical element that makes the image stand out. I have learned from this image.


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