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Only walls can tell by Mojca Savicki

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  • Marg Thomson Photography
    Marg Thomson P...over 5 years ago

    Mojca – stunning use of B&W – what a great image:)

  • Karen K Smith
    Karen K Smithover 5 years ago

    Outstanding B&W comp..not sure I want to know what the walls can tell..very power composiiton!

  • JKKimball
    JKKimballover 5 years ago

    well done Mojca! perfect B&W image.

  • rasnidreamer
    rasnidreamerover 5 years ago

    I love this in B&W! It is such a powerful capture!

  • Aaron Campbell
    Aaron Campbellover 5 years ago

    Terrific comp and lighting…

  • InnerNortherns
    InnerNorthernsover 5 years ago

    great foto

  • laminarwind
    laminarwindover 5 years ago

    Brilliant work!

  • UnEasy
    UnEasyover 5 years ago

    You know I adore the many shots in your portfolio which memorialize the decay which attaches to buildings once beautiful in their pristine condition, and, after years of neglect, possessed of a very different type of beauty, such as is expressed in the Japanese aesthetic referred to as “Wabi” or “Sabi” (Wabi-Sabi as inter-connected and complementary concepts). Your choice of B/W is inspired (you seem to possess an innate appreciation/talent for deciding when any given shot should be rendered in color, B/W, Sepia, selectice color, and so on). This series of contiguous rooms is referred to here in the States as a ‘railroad flat’, an architectural style which has several rooms connected not by a corridor with independent doors into them, but rather one with doors which lead from room to room. You capitalized on this by framing it so perfectly I find it breath taking. Clearly a counterpoint to, e.g. your photo “Ghost House” (rendered, in color, IMO, a perfect choice for that shot), this one distances itself from the absolute purity of the Wabi-Sabi ideal as expressed in Ghost House, with its capture of the mundane trash which intrudes on the otherwise beautiful aspect of ‘genteel poverty/neglect’, introducing a kind of aesthetic dissonance which is mildly disconcerting on a subliminal level. An extremely sophisticated rendering which is absolutely compelling and beautiful. Major Kudos Mojca on yet another beauty.

  • budrfli
    budrfliover 5 years ago

    love your lighting and perspective!

  • debbiedoda
    debbiedodaabout 5 years ago

    This would be great project for home developers. In the picture in the right, the buildings look like they have potential. Great capture!

  • Thnaks Debbie!

    – Mojca Savicki

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