Suby & Sins House

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Sinem In The House

Thanks to all who visited yesterday - there were several interpretations of the shot. In fact, it was a teenage girl who had taken a break from all the walking about a place like Camden requires to tie her shoe laces - yes, a pair of Cnverse indeed - and to rest for a while. The 'menacing' shadow over her was actually that of her friend's. It is amazing how a photograph sometimes speaks volumes and build up suspence as people interpret signs in various different ways.

Anyway... time for today's shot in the series. This was taken while I was waiting for Suby to transfer his shots to his magical Jobo thingy, seated on the steps in one of the side streets of the market. It was also the moment we struck a conversation with a young photography student on a day out with his family, Ryan (He has since got a photo blog on shutterchance and you can see the brilliant work of the photo enthusiast at: http://ryancharaf.shutterchance.com)  As Suby and Ryan were blissfully chatting about cameras and lenses, and all other sorts of gadgets, I clocked a Kurt Cobain look-alike behind the wind chimes dangling from a stall and started snapping away.

Ladies and gentleman, today I present you a blurry view of the Cobain of Camden. :) Who knows, maybe tomorrow, you may get to see just a tad bit more than a blur...

Words & Photography by Sinem, Edited by Sinem & Suby

Anyone looking for the services of Suby & Sinem as Photographers, you know what to do.....

"Ars longa, vita brevis"

vfxy R

Black Coffee Dreams VI

Subysphoto

Sinem In The House

Thanks to all who visited yesterday - there were several interpretations of the shot. In fact, it was a teenage girl who had taken a break from all the walking about a place like Camden requires to tie her shoe laces - yes, a pair of Cnverse indeed - and to rest for a while. The 'menacing' shadow over her was actually that of her friend's. It is amazing how a photograph sometimes speaks volumes and build up suspence as people interpret signs in various different ways.

Anyway... time for today's shot in the series. This was taken while I was waiting for Suby to transfer his shots to his magical Jobo thingy, seated on the steps in one of the side streets of the market. It was also the moment we struck a conversation with a young photography student on a day out with his family, Ryan (He has since got a photo blog on shutterchance and you can see the brilliant work of the photo enthusiast at: http://ryancharaf.shutterchance.com)  As Suby and Ryan were blissfully chatting about cameras and lenses, and all other sorts of gadgets, I clocked a Kurt Cobain look-alike behind the wind chimes dangling from a stall and started snapping away.

Ladies and gentleman, today I present you a blurry view of the Cobain of Camden. :) Who knows, maybe tomorrow, you may get to see just a tad bit more than a blur...

Words & Photography by Sinem, Edited by Sinem & Suby

Anyone looking for the services of Suby & Sinem as Photographers, you know what to do.....

"Ars longa, vita brevis"

vfxy R

comments (16)

cant see monsieur cobain at all but i must say that this might be my favourite from you or at leats the best presented...
A little too busy for me but I get the idea.
  • Jeremy
  • Canada
  • 16 Apr 2007, 01:21
I like this one. Black and white remains one of my favourites. Rich tones in this one.
Excellent subject. Well taken
Beautiful Sinem. Lovely tones
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 16 Apr 2007, 08:11
Actually, Sinem, it's the dream catchers that have caught my eye. I really like them whenever/wherever I see them. This is the first time on SC!
great color tone, sets a good mood.
I can hear the chiming. Gives a calming effect
Ever seen the movie called dreamcatcher? this pic reminds me it.
This is absolutely beautiful smile
That's really dreamy... Great work!
Michael
  • nev
  • Aus
  • 16 Apr 2007, 16:24
i squinted and the effigy did not appear for me but nice capture of a busy scene. i like the soft tones
ça fait chéyenne! j'aime
  • mal
  • 16 Apr 2007, 21:30
the beautiful soft tone of the image has really lifted the image, I can hear those wind chimes as I write this note, lovely shot. mal
  • Ellie
  • 17 Apr 2007, 15:01
Lovely light tinkling chimes, and catchers for the nightmares .. they work too!
  • Aibee Abidoye
  • 17 May 2007, 02:06
oh i love this one too...

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