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the band II

Posted by
yiannis krikis (thessaloniki, Greece) on 20 April 2008 in People & Portrait and Portfolio.

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NIKON D80 10/13 second F/6.3 ISO 1600 262 mm (35mm equiv.)

Lorraine from Gatineau, Canada

and there you go catching the music's vibration, I read that in heaven light is music and vice-versa ;)

20 Apr 2008 12:42pm

paulski from Muncie, IN, United States

interesting series here, yiannis. i like today's more than yesterday's as i like the grunginess of this one. nice use of avaialble lighting and motion blur to capture a mood. well done.

and btw, i guess i'm just noticing this, but you use a d80 also! what lens is this? i'll need to go back and see if i can fuigure out the different lenses you use on some of my favorite shots of yours...

now, when i make it to greece, we can go shooting together! mostexcellent...

20 Apr 2008 3:22pm

@paulski: this is a sigma 18-200mm I think - the lenses I use is an old Tokina ATX 70-200 f2,8 the sigma 18-200mm the nikorr 18-70 and my old lenses from the film era (before 2004)

daina from United States

This is one of those images that one can read so much into. For me it seems as a gathering underground - wonder what that says about me :) wonderful that an image is so open that one can imagine what one wants.

20 Apr 2008 3:30pm

Marie from FRESNES, France

très sympa, cette ambiance.

20 Apr 2008 5:04pm

Denis from Martinique

Very fine abstract. It could be anything, but it is a nice picture that lets your imagination run...

20 Apr 2008 7:10pm

Graham Russon from Cape Town, South Africa

Nice shot, like the feel of this series.

20 Apr 2008 8:33pm

Gary from Cochise County, United States

Nice impact Yiannis. I like the lone face amongst the band.

20 Apr 2008 9:34pm

danthro from Suburbia, United States

another neat motion shot. this one is much more abstract. if i hadn't seen yesterday's i might not have guessed what this was.

21 Apr 2008 12:04am

amy from Rocky Mountain House, Canada

The dynamics of this are amazing. Fabulous, yiannis!

21 Apr 2008 12:55am

John Maslowski from Dallas,PA, United States

Really like the motion effect here, very creative. This image is great for B&W.

21 Apr 2008 3:24am

Sean from Champaign, United States

Really like the dark tones and the sense of motion. Nice shot.

21 Apr 2008 6:16am

Ronnie 2¢ from London, United Kingdom

Even better than yesterday – although it needed yesterday to give us the coordinates! This really has captured the essence of the moment without detail getting in the way!!

21 Apr 2008 6:55pm

10/13 second
ISO 1600
262 mm (35mm equiv.)