Stills V3

December 1, 2009

London 11

Filed under: John Ellis — zavaell @ 07:39

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  1. Red, indeed. That curve in the part is fascinating.

    Comment by matt — December 1, 2009 @ 12:22

  2. The red handrail top left balances this out wonderfully (assisted by the orange at the bottom of the left hand escalator) and stops it being like a clip from an advert.

    Great light, shadows and surfaces.

    It is quite a London collection you have made.

    Comment by Colin — December 2, 2009 @ 10:16

  3. Given the vantage point of the photographer I can’t help but want more height in this. I get the feeling when viewing this of slightly leaning over. A greater height to fall would perhaps make it more powerful. It does have a great sense of expectation about it though. All quite serene and quiet. I’d say that’s why I want more danger in it!

    Comment by akikana — December 3, 2009 @ 12:01

  4. Akikana – I would certainly like to see how this would have worked out if we had both been higher up the down escalator, although, as far as I can remember, this one at Tower Hill is not that deep and it took a few nanoseconds for me to hoist in the opportunity. But “all quite serene and quiet” is, to a certain extent (colour, light etc all played a part), what makes this an oddity compared with the usual jamboree. I do like to put a slight skew on this sort of shot.

    Colin – thanks for the observation about the series.

    Comment by John Ellis — December 3, 2009 @ 13:57

  5. You do have a way with red. That coat and hair together seem a dangerous enough combination for me without more height! Balanced, as Colin said, by the handrail — it all works beautifully for me. I like the row of frames on the wall.

    Comment by Christina — December 4, 2009 @ 21:46

  6. A lovely splash of colour and given the location a simple composition.

    Comment by Rex — December 6, 2009 @ 20:09

  7. Seems to say London quite nicely. Also wants me to yell “stand on the right!”

    Comment by doonster — December 16, 2009 @ 02:16


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