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Botond David

Free Member, Transylvania


Made with camera Nikon F100, 50 mm Nikkor 1,8 lens, Ilfor 400 XP2 in Sept 2006

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  • Lazaros Limos 10/27/2008 14:36

    very nice photo!
  • Simona B. 06/30/2008 23:15

    A beautiful atmosphere. I like it so much. Yes, is my fav...In my opinion the protagonist is the gaze, intense and passionate. Thise photo is created for people who prefer fascination.
    Congratulations, 5 stars
  • Laki K. 03/20/2007 18:57

    @sarah, you always have to start again, right?

    as for "irrelevant drama", if a discussion which isnt going your way is a irrelevant drama, then you're even more childish than i ever thought. and now you tell us that you were going to take your time to post soemthing constructive? so this means that before your comments were not constructive, right? so maybe you should consider to post in the future only after thinking, i think thats something i recommended to you earlier already.

    if this would have meant to you so much, then why you deleted your previous comments?

    and now you tell us that you like it, lmao. really make up your mind, before you didnt like the light and now? did the light change?

    p.s. i guess you will delete your post again, so just for the record, here the whole quote:

    Sarah D. Kiefer , 18.03.2007 at 12:27h
    my apologies for all the irrelevant drama that occurred UNDER the image. indeed i like this and was merely taking time to consider something constructive regarding the lighting. ex post facto, not worth much...fully understood. anyway, to each their own...
    sarah k
  • Sarah D. Kiefer 03/18/2007 12:27

    my apologies for all the irrelevant drama that occurred UNDER the image. indeed i like this and was merely taking time to consider something constructive regarding the lighting. ex post facto, not worth much...fully understood. anyway, to each their own...
    sarah k
  • Alexandra Baltog 03/14/2007 20:05

    this is the day for looking about my fav. pics... I am very sad because this picture didn't win... To win... a very precious word... To win..what...? It is and remains one of my fav. pics!
  • Maguire 03/12/2007 20:45

    I'm sorry this image didn't make it to the gallery. What is more sensual than sharing a bottle of wine and making love in the middle of the day.. intimate because it is so casual, tasteful because it hints rather than exhibits and understated bacause it says SO much without drama and it does it simply. I think this would be an excellent exhibition photograph and I'd definately want a copy hanging on my wall.

    Rather than the comparisons many people use to judge a 'gallery image' (the 'would I like to see this on my wall' school of thought) I try to use the bar that world renound photographers set and the images they publish. This would not look out of place in their company.

    Shame but Botond still has my congratulations on producing a very fine photograph and for a magnificent series of photographs.

  • Sarah D. Kiefer 03/12/2007 20:31

    a 'common wavelength' then. a wonderful thing indeed...even if....
  • Laki K. 03/12/2007 20:31

    @sarah, i didnt remove my posts, i added something, thats quite a difference. you removed yours so mine lost its reference, thats really cool to remove replies and let answers stay out of context, nice style.

    my sweets? lmao, i didnt start the "sweet" talk but you removed your sweets cause of your great style, knowledge, big brave heart etc. i'm really impressed.
  • Sarah D. Kiefer 03/12/2007 20:31

    laki, back at'cha sweets...see you've done some editing yourself. peace.
  • Jim McKinniss 03/12/2007 20:31

    The light and tonal values are very good on this image.

    However, the image itself is rather uninspiring. There are several distracting background objects and some are arranged so that they create strong contrasts which only adds to the distractions.

    I think this is a nice image but not gallery quality.

  • Laki K. 03/12/2007 20:31

    awww sarah, so my postings are irrelevant squabbles? lmfao, i would suggest that you have a look into the mirror and btw, there is a huge difference betweem calibrated and biased eyes, though i doubt that you will understand that. as for me this useless discussion is over,

    p.s. nice move to remove your comments sarah! next time think before you type, so you wont have to remove them.
  • Laki K. 03/12/2007 20:31

    brian, i owuld strongly recommend that you calibrate your displays before you judge photos.

    and for the light, sarah, what is there to question? its soft and gentle, so wheres the problem?

    understated? what do you want to tell us mr. mcalexander? while i look through your comments and votes, i really wonder and must admit that you must be some kind of art-genius or so, usually you vote in 2 minutes on 2 photos, so you are damn fast in realizing what a photo shows and expresses.

    celal, yes what are you missing? tits? an naked arse? cmon man. you miss the point of this photo and nothing else.

    people, i m getting really annoyed by reading some comments here. you should take longer than one minute to review a photo and sometimes if you just feel to search for wrong stuff, its better to skip and not post anything rather than what you produce here in your comments! some of you became very bigheaded and i dont understandf for what reason. and yes, for sure everyon is entitled to have an opinion, but maybe you should consider to open your eyes and mind a bit further!
  • Jaime Crystal Attenborough 03/12/2007 20:31

    great work, wonderful atmosphere, sexy classy shot, love how her face is hidden by that hair
  • Juergen Modis 03/12/2007 20:31



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