Posted by GJC (Kyoto, Japan) on 14 January 2009 in People & Portrait.
The focus isn't so sharp, but I still like the image.
i like this a lot! i love to take shots like this. theres some great light just barely hitting the pillars that looks great and the shadows of the people are really interesting!
14 Jan 2009 8:29am
Intriguing shot, makes me wonder what the heck is happening down the end.
14 Jan 2009 8:33am
This works well. Most people would have been tempted to overexpose; you preserved the mysterious atmosphere.
14 Jan 2009 10:33am
I like it too! It is mysterious and very moody. Well done, my friend!
14 Jan 2009 12:18pm
Stunning! Wonderful ambience
14 Jan 2009 2:26pm
That's an interesting image. There's so much mystery here and so much life. Great.
14 Jan 2009 4:44pm
ohhh That subdued light and still you do it wonderfully, very nice GJC :)
14 Jan 2009 4:54pm
Beautiful glow! I like it.
14 Jan 2009 7:28pm
I like this idea of an open door where the hot colors attract in the middle of this intense black, well considering and good minimalist composition and attracting ;)
14 Jan 2009 8:44pm
i like it too. the large, dark expanse around it adds to the overall effect.
14 Jan 2009 8:55pm
What mysterious place... I love this image. Well done.
14 Jan 2009 9:32pm
i like this as well. it's a very intriguing image that gets my imagination going. this would make a great book cover for a mystery novel. jim
14 Jan 2009 11:05pm
the image itself almost feels like a stained glass window
14 Jan 2009 11:28pm
Interesting how our minds long to complete an incomplete visual space. The choice you made to preserve the darkness around the action was bold and worked well...it leaves me open to imagining the room for myself. To place a viewer in a scene and set their mind to wandering...is there a truer purpose for an image?
15 Jan 2009 3:33am
This has a cool atmosphere...it's like watching people in a fish bowl. Intriguing shot!
15 Jan 2009 4:01am
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