Person in Window at Federation Square by Andrew  Makowiecki

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This is part of a series I am doing on Federation Square.

Pic was taken outside a third level art gallery at the Art Gallery at the square.

Image was taken with a Canon G9


  • midzing
    midzingover 5 years ago

    fantastic shot Andy,,, love the framing, well done

  • Thanks Midzing I was waiting outside the windows waiting for a person to walk into view. This one was looking at me wondering what I was doing. Fed square is such a cool place to shoot.

    All the best from Andrew

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • athex
    athexover 5 years ago

    Very nice – looks like you are building a very interesting series, it would be good to see them all together

  • I think I have about twenty or so taken of and around the square that are not too bad. Its such a cool place to take photos.

    Though I had a lot of trouble when I first started taking photos there. I couldn’t get a good photo at all. Now a lot more photos seem to be turning up. I think that is because I am understanding the place a lot more.

    Thanks for your comment Athex and all the best

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • DravenStudios
    DravenStudiosover 5 years ago

    Really like the way you captured this …great series!

  • Thanks Draven much appreciated.

    I was thinking photographing a certain thing over a long time is like having a lover, over time we understand them more and more and can see more of their little ways and relate to them better ( sometimes hahha ) etc. For example your use of your hat in your photos or that tree that you used in “Tree Goddess”.

    Ahh maybe I should go out more.

    all the best from Andrew

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • Mohsen Bayramnejad
    Mohsen Bayramn...over 5 years ago

    love the reflection of light and wow! love its framing…

  • Thanks Mohsen the light was very dark and as I my camera only has small sensor I shot at ISO 100 and 1/15 of sec exposure. I used my elbows on the balcony rails as tripod.

    Because of slow shutter speed I had to wait for people to stop moving. This girl saw me and was looking to see what I was doing so that was a stroke of luck, attractive girl stopped.

    All the best Mohsen

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • Jeff Stroud
    Jeff Stroudover 5 years ago

    Great composition, angles and lines pull you right in…

  • maka1967
    maka1967over 5 years ago

    Beautiful and vivid composition. Love how the tones emphasize human element and convey the quiet feel. Excellent work!

  • I thought you might like this one Zhao. I am really proud of this pic. I planned the pic, took the pic and the result was good. Very satisfying.

    I set myself up to photograph the window making my composition and waited for someone to walk into the shot. The girl was looking at me wondering what I was doing.

    all the best from Andrew

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • Danit Elgev
    Danit Elgevover 5 years ago

    What a great work!!

  • Jo Fedora
    Jo Fedoraover 5 years ago

    Wow… the yearning quality in your work….

  • Thanks Jo that comment is very heartening to me. What more can a photographer want than someone feels something when they look at their images.

    I have just restarted photography after a very long time so I am still a little unsure about my pics. As I said your comment is very heartening.

    All the best, Andrew

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • Somatorium
    Somatoriumover 5 years ago

    this is a very fascinating and harmonious work. i especially like the geometry, the reflection and these very gentle tones.
    very beautifully done.

  • Thanks Marcel its always great to have work appreciated especially by an accomplished photographer as yourself.

    This was a strange place to photograph as when I was taking the photo the light didn’t look good yet the tones came out so nicely. This surprised me a bit.

    Best wishes from Andrew

    – Andrew Makowiecki

  • starikarp
    starikarpalmost 5 years ago

    brilliant shot.

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