what comes next

what comes next

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  • ivan murdzhev 23/03/2007 18:50

    Natalija, I have no idea what BASAK means, it's in Turkish I guess and it's the brand of the heater. I'm glad you like this and thanks for the comments.
  • Daren Borzynski 17/03/2007 1:06

    Excellent image!!... very good usse of natural light.
    Like the colours... gives the impression of an older print.

    Cheers!!
    Daren
  • ivan murdzhev 16/03/2007 21:04

    Carlos, I always try to produce images that are open to different interpretations and tell many stories, images that serve as a trigger rather than a destination :)
  • Carlos Pereira 16/03/2007 19:21

    an image that tells us a story...an image that may tell us a million stories...that is what photography is all about!!!
  • Tom McAlexander 16/03/2007 19:18

    Excellent placement, lighting, expression of model...
    Aloha and welcome to FC,
    Tom
  • Dominique Duriot 16/03/2007 17:50

    Very nice shot!
  • ivan murdzhev 16/03/2007 17:31

    Thank you, Dave
  • ivan murdzhev 16/03/2007 17:30

    Yes indeed, Robin, thanks again.
  • Robyn Raggio 16/03/2007 17:26

    The use of that reflector goes in keeping with the action of 'wisely utilizing the existing light'...great job, Ivan!
  • Dave Donaldson 16/03/2007 17:09

    Good image quite like it very good use of the light and subtle colours
  • ivan murdzhev 16/03/2007 17:09

    Thanks to you too, Kombizz
  • ivan murdzhev 16/03/2007 17:08

    Thank you for this comment Robin. I'd like to add though, there was a huge sheet of white cardboard to camera left which served as a reflector :)
  • Kombizz Kashani 16/03/2007 17:07

    great composition
    good use of natural lighting
    thoughtful facial expression
  • Robyn Raggio 16/03/2007 16:48

    What came before? Wonderful image with great utilization of existing natural light, minimal inclusion of elements that all support the concept and unique portraiture. Color scheme is cool, which, with the wearing of the jacket infers that there is a chill in the room, which the presence of that interesting heater promises to dispel. Wall textures, worn floor and the luxuries of seating and music complete the fascinating image. Great stuff.