viernes, 3 de octubre de 2008

Why?

Leica M6, Voigtlander Nokton 35/1.4 asph

5 comentarios:

Strangetastes dijo...

A very poetic picture. The tonal range from the dark foreground trees to the hazy-bright background works well, as does the vertical-horizontal contrast. The viewer does wonder why all these trees have been cut but the photo itself gives no clues. More good work.

ale dijo...

Thanks!

The tonal range was achieved using Ansel Adams Zone System. I assume the trees was cutted to build a house or something, but it is sad anyway.
The photo is from Bariloche, in the argentinian Patagonia.

Cheers

Ale

Kitty dijo...

wow. what a photograph.
Great photo.

babooshka dijo...

The use of light and shade, adds real depth to this image.

Alejandro S. dijo...

Don Ansel se dio una vuelta por Bariloche!! Una foto realmente hermosa.

Saludos