love the effective use of reflection
rob castro | 11/12/2012 05:24:43
great use of repeating pattern... brilliant
rob castro | 11/12/2012 05:23:14
Amasing picture!! Very natural!!!
Carola Ecthepareborda | 26/06/2012 21:00:44
Beautiful photos! I love London. I looked through all of them and fell in love even more!
Cassidy Luna | 18/06/2012 06:36:18
Beautiful! The Grand Canal, with Santa Maria della Salute and its wonderful domes, and the Peggy Guggenheim Museum, low and in white on the right. The stature on top of the wall past the church is the welcoming symbol of Venice, the statue at the tip of the Punta della Lugana, and the customs house. I believe the picture was taken from the Accademia bridge.
Larry Courtney | 17/06/2012 20:34:50
I really loke this one. One can almost feel the biting cold wind.
Heather Thorsen | 16/06/2012 08:05:13
what is the name of the photographer?
and what inspired you to take these collection of images? also did you come across and problems when photographing?
i am a student researching,
it would mean a lot if you reply! thanks x
megan | 14/06/2012 00:02:32
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megan | 14/06/2012 00:01:27
Have been reading this blog by means of rss for really sometime now, i wanted to finally make a comment and say hello. I really should put in some effort because you definitly do.
essegedek | 31/05/2012 22:20:11
what a beautiful picture you have here.
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Good bye, sentimental soul mate :)
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Lofty bye, considerate chum :)
tootheFluetly | 29/04/2012 13:08:25
Amazing place, breathtaking photo
Anna | 24/04/2012 23:56:35
hUpyIg I appreciate you sharing this post.Really thank you! Cool.
cheap oem software | 31/03/2012 14:13:10
He is succeeding in his way…? Nice to hear that:)
This is taken by a digital camera.
Nobuyuki | 22/02/2012 20:34:51
What a great pic!!! Love the depth of field and lighting here. Classic Robert Frank style. When was this photo taken btw? This guy's quite big now and I've seen him play live a couple of times. Really superb heavy bluesman. Was this digital or 35mm?
Django Waring | 22/02/2012 18:04:09
I really love this photograph, I personally did a shoot on door numbers in black and white that is very similar to this. loving his theme!
Jade | 10/02/2012 10:51:20
Hi there, I check your new stuff daily. Your humoristic style is awesome, keep it up!
impopaype | 27/01/2012 09:42:48
I like your images . very nice !
samar | 19/12/2011 11:54:30
you photos got so much meaning, excellent job!!
Bledar | 19/12/2011 02:11:46
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Nobuyuki | 07/11/2011 19:03:26
how do i buy these photos? Please contact me directly.
rob brooks | 07/11/2011 17:49:41
It has been a while since the competition but the whole thing still bothers me so I decided to post my comment, as you never replied to any of my emails sent to you.
I find it sad that my greatest success was somehow spoilt by your accusations.
Like I said before I have NOT seen your photo before taking mine. I posted my pictures in Amateur Photographer website but I didn't see the (printed) issue with your photo, which I believe wasn't posted on their website.
I used different camera and lens and used ND filter to get the 15sec exposure to blur out people. I cropped the picture simply because it is more interesting this way. Angle of the photo and conversion to b&w would be I think an obvious choice for any decent photographer visiting the place, which simply dictates the taking technique.
My view is also shared with World Photography Oraganisation, which awarded me the first place despite your attacks and gave me their full support.
Besides, so many people before and after you have taken the photo in similar way, I cannot understand how can you claim that it is your (artistic) property.
I honestly felt like I have taken a photo of Big Ben or Tower Bridge and someone who did so in similar fashion accused me of plagiarism.
The worst thing is that when typing my name in web search engines your damaging articles show up in first positions (apparently because you are using my full name in them just the right amount of times), and my website mtimages.net is still fairly far behind.
I just find it shameful that someone can be using my name and achievements to direct traffic to his website.
All in all I think you are good enough photographer to make it without ‘dodgy’ tricks and despite all this I wish you all the best for your photographic future. I just want to put the whole incident behind, and focus on my photography and other positive things in life .
Marek Troszczynski | 31/10/2011 23:16:34
What do you edit your images in? They all have a striking look in contrast.
PWicks | 08/08/2011 14:54:32
a w e s o m e !!
joby | 20/07/2011 17:25:38
one of the best wedding photograph i have ever seen this is an amazing shot seriously..:)
ankit | 02/07/2011 21:00:12
the bokeh effect is amazing:-)
SHARSTH SHIVAKUMAR | 23/06/2011 17:31:40
Really cool. I was there and you know how to take pictures at the right time. Keep being so great.
Inès | 22/06/2011 19:29:49
Love your photos, they are very inspiring to me as an amateur.
Les | 22/06/2011 06:51:25
it's great photo i like London!!!
freelance writer | 19/06/2011 19:46:10
This one is perfect! The scenery, color, resolution of the camera and concept are all excellent. I really appreciate it. The moment of the couple is so sweet.
Yarra Valley Weddings | 06/06/2011 22:21:01
One of the nicest parts in wedding is capturing every moments. This one is obviously a vintage picture. If you will take a look at the photo you will see the passion of the one that captured it.
Service Design | 06/06/2011 11:31:47
you are very good excellent eyes for details as the ability to anticipate the action.
I like street photography and London I do believe is the best place for many wonderful photos action and the spontaneity of the people is present all the time.
I truly I have to evaluate that the equipments you have is the best you can find for professional photo.
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Giuseppe | 17/05/2011 09:56:57
Whos this by???
Thank you for you comment.
It is not easy to explain how I convert my photos to black and white. I use Photoshop and few plugin to create few layers and blend them into one image.
You can only use the classic technique of Dodge and Burn to do this, but if you use some of plug-in such as Nik Software, you can also bring up some texture to your image.
I hope this will answer to your question.
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 15/04/2011 00:31:40
This is such a great shot! Do you mind if I ask how you process your images? They almost look B&W HDR, but more subtle and less over-processed looking. It's really lovely.
Braden Nesin | 14/04/2011 00:48:17
This photo is amazing. I've been looking through these photo's and they are all beautiful (:
Sarah Maynard | 11/04/2011 01:40:46
I have seen your work while I was doing my research when the conflict happened with Sony World Photography Award. I was very happy to see you credit on me by acknowledging you had been inspired by my work.
Don’t worry I don’t come after you, enjoy photography ;)
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 02/04/2011 10:36:59
as you know I was inspired by your composition of the Natural History museum too, and acknowledged that fact on my own website.
My version of the Natural History Museum one appeared in a number galleries on my site, and not all of them carried the appropriate caption - I've just uploaded some more photos and corrected my previous omission, which was one of oversight, rather than anything more sinister.
The fact is of course that photographers the world over see a great composition and will try to make their own version. I imagine that one particular landing stage in the Lake District every day has a queue of photographers armed with tripods around dawn for example.
It is just so unusual to see a composition so striking, and different, and so any similar images are bound to attract allegations of plagiarism.
I for one would not have entered my version in a competition, but the reality is that it is a different picture. It was taken using different equipment and the angle is different, but then I never set out to copy your work, only to interpret the scene in my own way, using your image as inspiration.
Anyway, thank you for helping me to see a place I had often visited in a different way.
Jeremy Carter | 02/04/2011 10:10:11
It was taken at Anish Kapoor exhibitions in 2009, the sculpture was in the courtyard of the Royal Academy of Arts.
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 30/03/2011 14:29:54
Hi where in London was this photo taken??
henri | 30/03/2011 14:23:30
Thank you for your comment.
WPO did their research after they received my claim letter, and they found many similar photos of National History Museum on the internet alone. It will be very difficult to do this with every magazine available, however I believe any organization that runs similar companions should conduct some kind of research before awarding photographer to avoid this kinds of controversy.
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 28/03/2011 09:43:33
i note with interest that there are similarities between the 2 photographs however i wonder how many other similar shots have been taken of this very public building but are not in the public domain, when somebody claim claim copyright on a public building is very debatable. although the shots are similar there are significant differences. if i enter a photographic competition does that mean i have to trawl through every magazine available to see if an accidental coincidence exists before i submit my entry. did he know of your photograph, i don't know. i have never seen it until i looked at the competition results and seen the controversy arising from it. nearly all artistic competitions seem to generate controversy of some kind. congratulations to all the winners
leon kremer | 28/03/2011 02:55:25
Thank you for your comment.
I would like not to make further comment on this matter as WPO closed the case.
But since you have asked a question, I would like to clarify that I don’t regret not entering the competition. Even if I had, I could not have posted this picture because of their rules.
I have looked at your blog, and I find the picture of “Birds Flight at Dawn” is absolutely beautiful.
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 27/03/2011 17:16:59
I have also taken a picture of this scene, only in my case I was directly inspired by your photo. I have posted my picture on my photo blog and on Facebook.
I personally wouldn't be inclined to enter this photo for any paying competitions, as I don't know whether it would ever have occurred to me to take this picture without having seen yours; although I did enter another version for a "for fun" competition, where I credited your picture as the inspiration. Nonetheless, it is not entirely clear to me that Marek Troszczynski would have been guilty of plagiarism, even if he had known about your picture (and I find it hard to believe that he didn't). For one thing, he has not used a fish-eye view, and he has also captured the scene without people (presumably first thing on a Monday morning). Also, with so many iconic sights in London, can any one photographer stake a claim to a particular scene?
I'm perhaps playing Devil's Advocate a bit here, as I'd probably feel a bit miffed in your place too.... but could part of that be because you didn't enter the competition (I assume) and Marek Troszczynski did?
David Hardman | 27/03/2011 15:09:53
Hi 3songsnoflash, it is very nice work. well done!
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 24/03/2011 06:42:28
I'm not convinced about the claims of plagiarism in this case, the shots are similar, but not identical, and you're not exactly going to copyright standing in a certain spot and pointing your camera in a particular direction...
I wrote some more about it on my blog (including my own version of the photo from 2007), click the link on my name to read it.
3songsnoflash | 24/03/2011 03:38:12
As Marek Troszczynski posts his works on to the Amateur Photography website, I assumed he reads the magazine “Amateur Photographer” which published my photography work. There is also a case of a photographer who created his own version of my work after he saw it in the magazine.
I wondered why Marek Troszczynski has cropped his image and why it is in black and white.
However all my doubts were proved to be wrong when Marek Troszczynski denied knowledge of my work.
I have learnt the complexity of plagiarism, and I would like to share my experience so that others will learn from my mistake.
I would like to thank WPO for the time spent on my claim.
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 23/03/2011 21:31:50
hi Sandhii, You must be kidding…right? After all this issue with the Sony World Photography Awards 2011
Nobuyuki | 23/03/2011 00:58:47
Hi Nobuyuki. I am really impressed with this photo especially the tone of the photo. If you don't mind, could you give me (by email) the steps detail to make photo look like this?
Thanks in advanced.
sandhii | 22/03/2011 16:29:48
Thank you for your email, blog posting and letter noting your concerns regarding the image shortlisted within our awards.
We are looking into this matter and are discussing it with the photographer in question and also the jury.
We wish you to know, we take both plagiarism and the accusation of plagiarism very seriously indeed. We should also note that many public landmarks and viewpoints are pictured by many people from similar or exact vantage points and as such, we are always cautious about accusing before we can ascertain the facts.
We will be in contact with you personally soon.
Many thanks and kindly,
World Photography Organisation
World Photography Organisation | 22/03/2011 12:19:30
I just don't like Camilla near Diana's children. I wonder how William felt
Qenehelo | 21/03/2011 19:12:10
Someone recreated this photography work and claiming Sony World Photography Awards 2011. Please click blow image to read more...
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donate to japan | 15/03/2011 11:10:20
The plural gaze intersecting; contrast between real and mirror, ego and others; gender bias typified; the moment decisive... Genius!
Hideyuki | 08/03/2011 12:17:12
One of my favourite pictures of 'the office'!
Thanks - Ian
Ian Jenkinson | 07/03/2011 13:52:48
Stunning - wonderful composition and beautiful sky.
Nigel Pressnell | 27/02/2011 16:03:54
this photo is simply amazing. as a young photographer you are my idol! i took a picture like this only it was at the beach. but this one is way better than mine. you truly are my idol :)
Nicolette | 18/02/2011 15:25:54
Hi David. I did not use tripods. The camera was sat on the top of barrier wall which you can see in the picture on the bottom right. I used a part of my bag as a wedge for tilting my camera.
Nobuyuki Taguchi | 17/02/2011 02:53:03
I saw this picture in the June 2010 issue of Digital SLR User Magazine. I love it! However, I don't believe tripods are allowed in the Natural History Museum, yet I notice you managed to use a 3 second exposure. Did you manage to take a tripod in, or did you find some other way to keep the camera steady?
David Hardman | 16/02/2011 20:53:25
This is amazing. Nice work!
Heather | 15/02/2011 14:32:04
I want to work with this image or I will take my own. I need detail on quality. Please contact me about buying the original frame and Copy Right.
Brent Goins | 04/02/2011 03:16:57
Where was this taken? This looks exactly like my friend!
A wonderful frame with exceptional detail and tonality, that capture the moment perfectly. Very well observed with the motion and reflection, very much the sort of frame that tells me why I lust after the Nikkor 85mm f/1.4. Brilliant work and your portfolio is inspirational.
SOUL AFLAME | 25/01/2011 14:57:44
A castle that Iknow and love, and here you bring her to life in a dramatic and beautifully composed frame. Utterly superb.
SOUL AFLAME | 25/01/2011 14:55:19
A fabulous frame, and your eye for the shot comes through so beautifully here. The Nikkor 28mm is beautifully sharp and the delicate shadow play is a joy. First class photography.
SOUL AFLAME | 25/01/2011 14:53:36
Heyy :D Where was this picture taken ?? ... if in London where abouts ??
christin | 01/01/2011 22:57:18
Beautifully captured. If the picture is like this then It must have been wonderful to visit Westminster Abbey in person.
Westminster Abbey | 30/12/2010 10:07:14
i love this picture ! amazing !
Svenja | 29/12/2010 22:29:15
Nice capture!! I just love this place. This is like a historical paradise, which fascinate visitors towards it.
Westminster Abbey | 28/12/2010 11:03:32
Great shot !! I just love this place. This is an ultimate historical paradise, which fascinate visitors towards it.
Westminster Abbey | 22/12/2010 09:55:31
would love to have this picture displayed in my flat, What are the chances of me getting hold of a copy to frame?
Lionel | 13/12/2010 18:24:08
a perfect example of one supporting the other
Hi Braden, I use "B/W Conversion" within Nik Software Color Efex Pro™ 3.0 filters.
Black and White Photography | 23/11/2010 11:38:01
This is such an incredible photo. How did you process this? The tones are amazing.
Braden | 23/11/2010 07:57:50
This is a pic of a marothon runner that is doing a marothon in England. He remnds me of my dad.I love ruunning too.
Aalayah | 22/11/2010 16:11:08
vintage | 10/11/2010 11:56:01
..."you have created a fake world for fake people"...Ha ha ha...Nice one, Jackson! I would love to see your works, but you cannot show me your works, because what you can only do is to make comments like this with your fake identity.
Jackson, turning off your PC helps you stay out of the digital world.
Black and White Photography | 06/11/2010 06:38:09
Wow..we have come a long way from the real world...A town full of snow that doesnt seem cold. Congratulations..you have created a fake world for fake people..Be happy..let the digital world (+£3000) rule
Jackson | 05/11/2010 20:49:18
i really love this photo, ive tried taking a photo of a rainbow myself and it aint easy, took me several attempts to get the final picture but this is outstanding :)
Kerry | 27/10/2010 11:30:17
Is this an HDR image?
Jesus Christ! That's brilliant! One of the best photographs I've ever seen!
Ainize | 02/09/2010 19:27:19
Awesome Photo! I just love weddings. I have also read an amazing tips about Wedding Photography that when you are posing for pictures, cross your legs at your ankles for a more flattering look. Also, to avoid a double-chin effect, turn your neck slightly and lower your chin to create a bit of a camouflaging shadow.
Carl@wedding photography prices | 16/08/2010 03:56:48
i really like the emotion in this one. caught my eye. good work
Cory | 20/07/2010 19:24:53
Nice shot! It was really amazing. I can’t help not to admire your post. It was definitely great. The photo was superb. Kudos for an awesome job to the one behind this! :D
Surrogate Pregnancy | 21/06/2010 17:47:06
Not so faraway from Richmond Surrey.
London Photographer | 17/06/2010 16:23:14
Superb study - where is this in The U.K. please?
The suburban pastoral beauty described in Betjeman's work.
marigold | 17/06/2010 16:15:09
danni | 22/05/2010 18:22:57
Awesome Photography. I like it.
Atik Rahman | 20/05/2010 19:33:55
this is so beautiful. i love all the detail and shadows
I can’t help not to admire your post. It was definitely great and so interesting. I totally enjoyed it. Thank you so much for sharing and may you have a nice day as always.
Gallstones: An Overview | 13/05/2010 08:29:52
It looks like an Asian Gazebo. I really like it.. You shot it so nice. I'll come back here to see more of your photos!
Perfectly Fit Abs | 12/05/2010 11:37:40
I wish to know more about this because it actually catches my attention. Keep on posting valuable information about this dude! Thank you so much for sharing.
Gallstones: An Overview | 07/05/2010 09:30:46
this photo is amazing, i love everything about it, props!
Matt | 12/04/2010 12:10:54
Brilliant work! One of my favorite photographs ever! Bravo!!
Steve Puntolillo | 11/04/2010 00:31:49
Wonderful light and the kids look like they're having a ball! The way the sun shines through the fountain is magical - nicely processed with great contrast!
Paul | 20/03/2010 22:02:51
Nice shot. I was speechless and was so overwhelmed. Kudos guys for a job well done.
Mafia Wars Records | 10/03/2010 08:48:42
Rain is a photographer's best friend! I love the dark wetness, the glimmer of light and the few people going about their business - I can smell the damp and feel the cobblestones beneath my feet.
Paul | 28/02/2010 11:14:20
I think that this picture really made me think about life because it is a picture of a light post standing tall in the storm and the same goes for the man...
Kaley marie | 25/02/2010 00:08:46
Superb Shot! I love its black and white effect and the light that shines on your item. Two thumbs up for a job well done! :D
Church Software | 08/01/2010 23:28:23
i believe you are the best of black and white photography ive seen for a long time... i went through the london ones ...it was a trip with a twist..fantastic...thankyou
laura | 29/12/2009 20:18:18
laura | 29/12/2009 20:13:25
It will be year 2010 quite soon, but this street has little changed. I wonder when this double decker bus will disappear.
Balck and White Phography | 21/12/2009 11:32:24
Love the clarity here. Lovely feeling of timelessness.
Michal | 21/12/2009 11:17:46
love this pic !
CigarLuv | 16/12/2009 01:06:21
Wonderful Rope walker :) have you given him a copy?
Justine | 13/12/2009 20:23:27
Yes, I did these "Myself" ;)
Balck and White Phography | 10/12/2009 20:33:45
One last thing . . Did you "take" all these photos personally "yourself"? ? x
D.T | 10/12/2009 20:30:27
My Name is Nobuyuki Taguchi, in London UK
Balck and White Phography | 10/12/2009 20:24:06
Yes Whats your name ;) ? ?
D.T | 10/12/2009 20:19:44
I am the photographer :)
Balck and White Phography | 10/12/2009 20:14:12
Are you going to tell me who the photographer is? ?
D.T | 10/12/2009 20:10:07
Sure thing . . .
D.T | 10/12/2009 19:34:39
Thank you for your comment, I can contact you if you provide me your email or tel number. :)
Balck and White Phography | 10/12/2009 19:25:01
Hellooo, Ermmm I want to know who actually took the picture, as its very pleasurable to look at.
Please get back to me!
D.T | 10/12/2009 19:17:28
Hi Isaac, I use Photoshop to convert image to Black and White only, and the rainbow is not Photoshoped :)
Black and White | 26/11/2009 07:16:01
amazing. even if you photoshoped it, still really great job.
isaac | 26/11/2009 00:26:24
Hi Cath, thank you for your comment.
Well, sorry at present this picture is not for sale.
Black and White | 24/11/2009 06:57:11
Wonderful picture - I had my first date with my husband here - would love this print - do you think it will ever be available to buy?!
Cath | 23/11/2009 15:57:46
Stunning. The composition and the detail are great.
Michal Dzierza | 06/11/2009 22:58:02
Lovely shot. For some reason it almost feels like a 3D shot...
Michal Dzierza | 06/11/2009 22:57:01
This picture is mesmerizing. I love the look on the girl's face and her reflection on the glass. Fantastic work!
Brandon Emerson | 04/11/2009 06:22:46
Perfectly shot! Photography is one of the fields I want to take; unfortunately I didn't have the chance. Anyways, I salute you!
Bathroom Ceiling Fans | 27/10/2009 00:38:30
It looks like a vintage photo. Is this a traditional Japanese wedding? By the way, nice shot by a professional photographer. :)
Online Dater | 23/10/2009 09:41:28
And yes, there's a cyclops!
RJ Royal | 20/10/2009 22:02:19
Richmond is beautiful
Jonno | 16/10/2009 20:26:39
Hi Macin, Thank you for your comment.
I am not currently selling any prints, thank you for asking.
Black and White photography | 12/10/2009 20:40:53
Another Nice shot!
Have got similar in my collection.Do you sell your prints and if so then what is your pricing?
Macin Prasal | 10/10/2009 19:24:58
Marcin Prasal | 10/10/2009 19:07:56
Hi Renee, Yes Gordon's is an unique place, isn't it.
I am afraid...the print is not available.
Black and White photography | 09/10/2009 10:30:08
i adore this picture.. Gordon's is one of my favourite places in the city. do you sell prints?
Renee | 07/10/2009 13:59:32
This is such a incredible shot! Atmospheric, positive, lovely decisive moment with a great tone of light!! What a victory of photography!
Hideyuki Sobue | 29/09/2009 10:54:18
Great shot! I can feel the warm presence of peace and calmness in the photo. It was really superb!
Kitchen Island Furniture | 21/09/2009 03:28:49
So cool! I love its background effect. The shot was so awesome. It look like a 3d animation effect.
Thanks for sharing this. :)
I expect to see from you.
Online Dater | 18/09/2009 10:00:18
all of your photos are absolutely amazing! this one in particular is beautiful!
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Salman Hamid | 29/08/2009 15:48:38
Hi Roos, thanks your comment.
If you are coming to England, you will find me there on a street. ;)
Nobuyuki | 18/08/2009 23:18:14
I was wondering if you u would want to sell prints of this.. my husband and i saw this picture and wanted a good size copy for our livingroom wall :) Let me know
Kristen | 18/08/2009 22:51:30
I just wanted to say that i really love you pictures!
I am from Holland and i am going to move to England and i think you really showed "England". So thanks for that.
with kind regards,
Roos | 18/08/2009 16:47:12
I've attempted a similar image to this, well done for pulling it off. alot better than mine
Jonno | 24/06/2009 12:45:44
It looks like a view from space
Jonno | 24/06/2009 12:44:52
this is in richmond, above the Thames
Jonno | 22/06/2009 13:07:44
wow. breath taking, literally. seriously incredible :)
Thats just soo good.
wow, this is just amazing :)
Ruth | 21/06/2009 21:22:01
aw! that looks like it hurts
This picture features in the article "Eye for a difference" published on Amateur Photographer magazine (Saturday 23rd May 2009)
Black and White Photgraphy | 19/05/2009 22:35:32
nice expretion n good compo,
odon surodon | 05/05/2009 20:24:25
good job's !!
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odon surodon | 05/05/2009 19:46:48
great moment !!
wonderfull human interest...
odon surodon | 05/05/2009 19:44:40
gorgeous, would love to see the rest
Amazing picture, so alive
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Rob | 22/03/2009 21:18:08
Thank you for all your comments.
Black and White Photography by Nobuyuki | 13/03/2009 14:26:38
Interesting to see these very colourful characters in monochrome. I like the composition with the cropping of their busbee hats and the out of focus space to the right.
Gary Calder | 05/03/2009 07:05:01
Looks like the gentleman is about to do a 'Harry Worth' - Google "harry worth" mirror
Gary Calder | 05/03/2009 00:35:07
This picture featured in this week's Amateur Photographer magazine and is what drew me to this site. Very reminiscent of an Escher drawing. Love he way that the central staircase looks 'normal' while the rest of the building bends around it.
Gary Calder | 05/03/2009 00:30:17
Stunning picture. Unusual treatment of this slightly hackneyed picture subject
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We Like a bread that needs grease and your own need olive oil; but the world are living by the GRACE and don't needs oil like polution.
Adiel Canedo | 16/02/2009 15:37:12
This image and the previous one are splendid. They just show the English in all their glory, mad, independent, support a valid cause and tough. Did they park up and re-dress in one of the parks? That would have been an interesting image, the masses dressing or even undressing.
Thank you for such a wonderful thought provoking subject.
Watti | 16/12/2008 17:35:55
I am the person behind these black and white photography.
Your suggestion is well received and I will make it clear who is the photographer as soon as possible. Thanks.
Photographer Nobuyuki | 24/10/2008 14:31:20
I process my row data in my own way using Photoshop and Nik plug in to produce my black and white photography.
Recently, I downloaded "Silver Efex Pro" 15-day free trial and using it to find out if I can produce black and white photography quicker than my current way of doing it.
I do photography as my interest and extend of my fine art background. I am not working for anybody for these back and white photography.
I frequently check on the website for any events happing in London. My wife also feeds me some information when she finds any interesting event mentioned on newspapers.
I hope this will answer some of your questions.
Thank you for your comment.
Photographer Nobuyuki | 24/10/2008 14:28:11
As an amateur photographer I am fascinated in how you get so much tonality to your action shots. I'd automatically think you'd usd HDR to get the range if it wasn't for the fact that you're taking an action shot. Do you use photomatix to create a fake HDR effect?
I understand that some photographers have their secrets so thank you for some fantastic images even if you aren't able to divulge.
I'd also like to get more photographic opportunities if not actual work, How do you get your photographic opportunities? Are you employed to do the work? Are you looking at events calendars to find out what's going on? Do you have contacts who can get you in the right place at the right time?
Michael Steggals | 24/10/2008 13:15:16
you guys really need to put down who takes these pictures. If you did i cant find it. im working on a photo project and i thought id tell you this. It would be very helpfull.
so crisp and define at the perfect angle, complementing the clouds
TC HELTON | 15/10/2008 06:50:03
I really enjoy your pictures! They remind me of a perfect mixture of Ansel Adams, and M.C. Escher. Keep up the great work!
Solomon Davis | 11/10/2008 17:10:35
Thank you for your comment. Currently I am not selling any prints. However, I am planning to make this website as an e-commerce site near future. Regards
Blank and White Photographer Nobuyuki | 03/03/2008 13:09:16
Great photo! Any chance I could purchase a print so I can display it in my living room?
Doug | 02/03/2008 02:35:29