shanti

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the plastic bag

I could really identify with the plastic bag in that movie American Beauty. One day after work, sitting on a tram, this bag was floating around aimlessly, looking a bit lost and somewhat panicked. (Or was I just projecting my own mood?) 
 
So tell me your view please, does it matter that the photo is a bit blurred?
 

the plastic bag

I could really identify with the plastic bag in that movie American Beauty. One day after work, sitting on a tram, this bag was floating around aimlessly, looking a bit lost and somewhat panicked. (Or was I just projecting my own mood?) 
 
So tell me your view please, does it matter that the photo is a bit blurred?
 

comments (3)

  • Shanti
  • Switzerland
  • 4 Aug 2006, 08:34
I could really identify with the plastic bag in that movie American Beauty. One day after work, sitting on a tram, this bag was floating around aimlessly, looking a bit lost and somewhat panicked. Or was I just projecting my own mood?
The blurring isn't so important in this picture wich is creative. It gives a speed "moove" and something surrealist to the view. I'm not so sure about your framing, I believe (subjective taste) i would be more hitting without the right or with a catch in front of the bag.
Sorry for my poor english, it must be very laughing to read smile
Have a nice day !
Shanti: Thanks for your input, zebigleb. I thought about that crop, but was too attached to the blue reflection on the floor in foreground. I will try your suggestions.

Your english works just fine!
  • jc
  • Switzerland
  • 15 Aug 2006, 07:59
great shot. although it's blurry, i think that that bag is well focused! try decapitating those passengers, keeping part of the blue outside (which would be the balance for the blur of the bag inside), applying the 3/4ths rule.

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