Canon EOS 400D
melbourne, night, people, light, shadows
love this mood, perfect for b/w
Thank you Richard! I’ve been very inspired by a B&W artist on here called ELOX, his shots are incredible and the people are always out of focus but it’s so effective!
– Nicoletté Thain Photography
Excellent work and a great title.Davo
thanks heaps Davo, wanted to create a story with this one =)
Nice work indeed.
thanks so much Rosie!
Love this series…..and the framing looks awesome too….
Thank you so much for taking the time to look and comment Judith =)
Sensational Nic, love your work!! :-)
aww thank you sweetie!
Another wonderful capture Nic, brilliant use of perspective and light to really draw the eye into the frame, and the “ghosting” effect on the pedestrians really adds that feeling of transience, a fleeting moment in time…great job
you know Jus I’m starting to loosen up a bit in my approach, I’ve learnt from seeing other artists work on here that it’s not just ok to have a bit of out focus elements but sometimes it’s essential! I was so rigid on everything being in perfect focus but I’m learning to see things differently xox
Great composition/perspective and tones!
Gorgeous shot Nicolette. Beautifully balanced composition, and the blurred silhouettes really bring this photograph to life. Love it !
awesome! so glad you like this, as you know I’m a big fan of your work Mr Black!
I love the mood here Nic. Wonderfully creative use of blur and deep contrast…enhancing the mystery of the couple. So well done! :)
thank you Mel! it was a difficult location, too brightly lit! lol
I agree with Melissa and i love the way those lights curve and move you into the scene…wonderful work as usual :)
aww thanks M! The curve and line of the lights are what drew me to this spot and then I tried to create a mood somehow =)