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Herman Wang


Free Member, Pontianak

The Past at Present

Present people see the nature that previous people have preserved. Future people will see the nature that present people are preserving.

Comments 8

  • Jochen Seibel 04/27/2009 15:03

    Mystic atmosphere.
    B/W fits.
    very good.
    bw Jochen
  • jimmys 08 02/24/2009 18:46

    Wonderful image Herman, great light and atmosphere !!!
  • Herman Wang 11/01/2006 11:33

    Halo Wen,
    Thanks a lot for your input. It is a digital image taken with Canon PowerShot G5. It was taken in a sequence of several shots consisting of colours as well as black-white. I like the idea of burning or dodging to make it better, especially the top left corner which is a bit overexposed. But then I think the overexposed section can represent the idea of present in it (and the underexposed can represent the past).
    Regards,
    Herman
  • When 10/31/2006 9:08

    Hi Herman. Thanks for answering my question.

    "Thanks for your comment. It is a natural picture without any processing, only resizing. There was some smoke from the barbecue opposite the stream that made the sunlight look more apparent tracing through the leaves of the trees."

    Maybe I wasn't clear. What I meant to ask is if this was a picture you processed in a wet darkroom or is it digital. It looks like a wet room processed image. The reason I asked is because I think it is a little under developed. If there is a negative I wonder if the appearance is in the negative or in the processing. If digital or wet I would suggest some further dodging and burning to make it an even better image. It's a great image, just comes off a bit flat in tone.
  • Pascal Viyer 10/30/2006 13:04

    Wow the light !
    amitié PV
  • Oliver Suhr 10/30/2006 12:40

    A very amazing picture with a fantastic ligthning, great in b/w.
    greetings, Olli
  • When 10/30/2006 12:29

    Etherial. This is fantastic. Beautiful composition and show of camera skills. Is this wet processed?
  • Ingrid Rid 10/30/2006 10:42

    i like the picture very much. the chosen angular to shot is interesting.

    rgd