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Sinem In The House 

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Off to London today, just in case we do not get back in time to post up one of the shots we capture, here is a queued shot from Sinem.

We are trying to give a variety of images in Suby & Sin's House. We hope you guys like what you see. Please feel free to comment as always. A huge thank you for taking the time out of your busy lives to visit.

 We really thank you thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Current Reads - "How to Wow, Photoshop for Photography - Jack Davies & Ben Willmore".
                                "Adobe Photoshop CS2 A-Z - Philip Andrews."

Words by Suby and photography by Sinem

"Ars longa, vita brevis."

Ridges

Sinem In The House 

See  policyofsubster

Off to London today, just in case we do not get back in time to post up one of the shots we capture, here is a queued shot from Sinem.

We are trying to give a variety of images in Suby & Sin's House. We hope you guys like what you see. Please feel free to comment as always. A huge thank you for taking the time out of your busy lives to visit.

 We really thank you thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Current Reads - "How to Wow, Photoshop for Photography - Jack Davies & Ben Willmore".
                                "Adobe Photoshop CS2 A-Z - Philip Andrews."

Words by Suby and photography by Sinem

"Ars longa, vita brevis."

comments (12)

  • Reza
  • United States
  • 23 Jul 2006, 00:58
Is this an off-camera flash? I like the lighting and the contrast.

Very abstract.
  • Azhar
  • India
  • 23 Jul 2006, 01:26
It looks like its 3D rendered, not a photograph, but I think it's foil all crumpled and with some stuff on it, am I right? What did I win? Send it to India,
anyways,
I don't like it that much, in fact I don't like it at all maybe.It's not that it doesnt look interesting, multiple subjects make it hard for my mind stuck with chemistry inside to concentrate.Although nice texture, keeps me awake.
GREAT GREAT...umm...yeah thats it, until you can tell me whow you did it, it was made in 3D.
  • wale
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 23 Jul 2006, 02:28
Defintely not foil. It don'e look like 3D either. And it's not mettallic wool either. Actually looks like a piece of floor like unplastered cement or something with sime litter. Could be wrong though.]

My opinion??? Well, just like randy jackson would say on american idol, "this one just doesn't cut it form me."

C;mon Suby

wailor
Fantastic texture and detail in this shot. I love it. The pebles really show up on the grey surface. Thanks for sharing! smile smile
  • Veloran
  • Singapore
  • 23 Jul 2006, 03:10
It could be an interesting texture, but judging by your title, the ridge lines are your main intent, and these just don't turn out strong enough. The brown bits also don't add anything to the shot, if anything they distract even more from the ridges. Perhaps you could have tried this in black and white, and adjusted it to bring out that texture more...
i really like the material that comprises the ridges. i am not entirely certain what it is...possibly a macro of the texture of the sidewalk or the street. i really don't like the brown pebbles in the shot. i would be interested to see how the shot turned out in black and white.

suby, could you please explain to me how to post the "policy of suby" button. i have the code, but i really cannot figure out where to plug it in. thanks
  • timmybomb
  • Vancouver, Canada
  • 23 Jul 2006, 06:38
Hi guys. I've been extremely busy this week, so I haven't had any time to visit your fantastic photoblog. I will endevour to catch up on all the photographs I missed.

Wow, Sinem, this is the first abstract photo I have seen from you. Not bad. A couple little niggles though. I think this would actually be a lot stronger with even more direct lighting. Side lighting would create more shadows (I see some, but not many), accentuating the texture of this surface. Secondly, I like the idea of having some small points of interest (is that a nutshell?), but I think they would be better if they were a bolder colour. Anyway, just my thoughts. I'm off to see the archives...
Great texture Sinem...grin
  • Craig
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 23 Jul 2006, 09:28
Excellent detail in this image.
  • micki
  • United States
  • 23 Jul 2006, 09:51
This is something very different here! I don't think I've ever seen a shot like this since I've been visiting. I do like these types of images, I like being able to see the details of something in life we usually just walk right by without noticing.
Suby & Sinem: Thanks Micki, thats was the aim, don't want to get to bogged down always posting portraits(although 90% of my images are portraits), trying to showcase different things whenever we can smile Now I have to get back to our guest. Me being anti-social being on the blog, but it's the power and pull of the blog smile Will be around later tonight to comment tongue Hope you and the kids and man are having a lovely Sunday.

Suby
I agree with micki, last couple of shots have been very orginal in my opinion. I like them a lot.
I'm going to go out on a ledge here, and probably get pushed off (thank god there's an ocean in the way!), but.... I think I like Sinem's photos more than Suby's. Sure Suby has some nice images, but Sinem seems to be more experemental, taking shots of things that may normally get overlooked (like this image for example), and taking them in different ways. Bravo Sinem on a great shot, the detail is superb.

-V V-
Suby & Sinem: If only my hands where near VV's neck, I would have.... tongue No bro, I am glad you said it, I do not expect and really do not wish everone who came here to prefer my shots. Sinem has an eye for photography and I am extremely proud of her and the fact some people prefer her shots to mine is good. SHe does take some shots I would never see or dream of taking. Now all that remains is to get her to post more picture more often, I literelly have to dig out her images to be posted tongue
SO Sinem, see your images are well appreciated.

A very proud husband
The Subster

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