Suby & Sins House

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Fleeting Moments Framed Forever

Sinem In The House

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'Photography to me is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true.'

Jacques-Henri Lartique

The beauty of photography is to capture a fleeting moment s in all the beauty and glory of their 'here and now' and make them eternity rather than past, whether it be ten seconds or ten decades ago.

As the two ladies in the middle of a park, stare into the display of their camera to see what was snapped ten seconds ago, the photographer snaps away, immortalising them and their silent anticipation. As they will have the snap of a glorious day out in the park on their screens, in their albums for years and decades to come, they are also captured in the frame of the photographer - the silent witness of that one fleeting moment one particular Sunday in the park.

A moment that cannot be repeated, rewound, recreated... A moment destinied to be forgotten in the decades to come in the dusty dungeons of roguish remembrance, crowded by a million others - only it is not. It is now immortalised, a fleeting moment framed forever.

Photography & Words by Sinem

"Ars longa, vita brevis."

Fleeting Moments Framed Forever

Sinem In The House

See  policyofsubster

'Photography to me is catching a moment which is passing, and which is true.'

Jacques-Henri Lartique

The beauty of photography is to capture a fleeting moment s in all the beauty and glory of their 'here and now' and make them eternity rather than past, whether it be ten seconds or ten decades ago.

As the two ladies in the middle of a park, stare into the display of their camera to see what was snapped ten seconds ago, the photographer snaps away, immortalising them and their silent anticipation. As they will have the snap of a glorious day out in the park on their screens, in their albums for years and decades to come, they are also captured in the frame of the photographer - the silent witness of that one fleeting moment one particular Sunday in the park.

A moment that cannot be repeated, rewound, recreated... A moment destinied to be forgotten in the decades to come in the dusty dungeons of roguish remembrance, crowded by a million others - only it is not. It is now immortalised, a fleeting moment framed forever.

Photography & Words by Sinem

"Ars longa, vita brevis."

comments (22)

Nice moment!
I love the composition here. The way you took at an angle give more interesting to this picture. Great shot Sinem!
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 31 Aug 2006, 01:45
He,he...they just took Suby's picture and they seem to be pleased with the results ! ;-)
Nice capture!
  • Mal
  • United Kingdom
  • 31 Aug 2006, 05:05
Maybe they had snapped you Suby? Great candid.
  • Samarth
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 31 Aug 2006, 05:40
Beautiful words, Sinem...i ad a shot very similar to this...now because of you im going to have to post it waaaayyy down the line....hmph...anyway great words to compliment a very good shot...8.25/10
Wow. very philosophical.

It's a nice candid. I never shoot them -- I just never feel comfortable enough but I'm envious of those who are able to do it well. This is one of those really nice moments as you point out. Good job.
  • Laurie
  • United States
  • 31 Aug 2006, 06:23
Interesting angle on this. I love candids like this, very nice.
  • rayts
  • Philippines
  • 31 Aug 2006, 06:35
i agree. and you snapped them great. i love the angle and the way you framed the image.
  • E Etomi
  • Nigeria
  • 31 Aug 2006, 07:21
You know when Sinem is in the house smile. Cool pic and words to go
nice one Suby!
  • chunter
  • Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK
  • 31 Aug 2006, 08:03
This one is instantly appealing and I haven't a clue why. Perhaps the rakish angle, or the perfect placement of the subjects? Maybe a moment of innocent closeness between two friends.

Lovely.
Love the angle!
  • dezhare
  • the planet formerly known as pluto
  • 31 Aug 2006, 09:26
their picture within your picture.....fancy if someone was taking you taking them looking at their picture.........then we'll all be framed forever..

I like your words....they're always appropriate
  • micki
  • United States
  • 31 Aug 2006, 09:52
Wow, the your writing was so poetic today, Sinem!! I was lost in the pleasure of savoring each word that told the story of this image so beautifully!
  • don
  • United States
  • 31 Aug 2006, 14:05
I like the rapt attention of the viewers. The slant adds a dynamic feel to the shot.
Nicely caught as well......lets hope in their review of the shot just taken they aren't pressing delete! That was the thing with film...good or bad the negative exisits and so the whole social document...these days most people are only keeping what they concider to be good.....we will pay the price in 50 years....something I could go on about....strange the emotions a photo like this brings out in one. Nice one Phil
  • johnnyg
  • United Kingdom
  • 31 Aug 2006, 16:04
You two make a great partnership! This is one of the best shots with commentary that I've seen since joining. Well done.
  • Roger
  • United States
  • 31 Aug 2006, 16:21
Excellent shot. Love the composition.
  • Azhar
  • India
  • 31 Aug 2006, 18:44
I like this, every single thing except the weird sharpness thing, the dress is so sharp but faces look too soft comparitively. This shot is perfect except for that, grass looks good enough to eat, and gotta love that angle grin
  • Alicia
  • United States
  • 31 Aug 2006, 19:47
Very true words. I like how you've captured the moment of the girls reviewing the moment.
  • ba
  • France
  • 31 Aug 2006, 19:58
nice angle! you've captured a good expression on each face, seems very natural.
  • Still
  • France
  • 31 Aug 2006, 21:15
Nice angle of view.
  • Mia
  • the US of A
  • 31 Aug 2006, 22:43
Its like the perfect "lemme see! lemme see! (what you shot)" moment. Love the angle too.

ps. OH THOSE LEGGINGS THE GIRL IS WEARING... (not a huge fan of 'em tongue)

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