Sunday, July 24, 2005

Candle Light

22 comments:

ian said...

Stunningly simple composition.

.:: Rosh ::. said...

I like this..Very creative.

kaleidoscope said...

Juz love it. Did U click in a totally dark room?

Anonymous said...

Brilliant!
-Sudarshan

said...

You mastered the metering. And wonderful use of negative space, again.

Op said...

very stunning!

vishnoi said...

simple composition. gr8 shot! awesome!

Suyog said...

Great shot Nish! Like the usage of the negative space very much.

Srikanth said...

nice one nish.
i was trying to capture moon the other day but failed miserably..

Vinu Valoth said...

amazing capture.

Oscar said...

This B&W is beautiful in all its simplicity, Nish. Have you noticed that you (as well as myself) favor the lower right corner for placing your subjects in this type of composition?

Ghost Particle said...

how did u do it! amazing!

malinda said...

fantastic!

beth castillo-winsor [bcw] said...

Thank you for visiting my photoblog! This candle photo is awesome--I like it a lot. Do come and visit again :)

verb said...

i like it a lot.it's simple,but says a lot.

Lara Barrett said...

Nish, this is gorgeous! You've captured the flame so beautifully, and the composition is perfect--I love this!

cosmicblob said...

Nish - Nice capture! B&W gives it a pristine look.

Anonymous said...

Dear Nish,

My name is Jason Sustarsic and I am an member at Word & Worship Fellowship a church in Virginia. We are in the process of developing a web page for our church of about 80-90 people – 35 of which are children.

I am writing to ask if you would grant us permission to use your picture for an icon/logo on our children’s page. It's "Match" posted on March 2, 2005.

I'm sorry I had to do this on a public post. But, I couldn't find a e-mail contact for you. Mine is jjsustar@earthlink.net

Sincerely,
Jason Sustarsic

!!~~S~m~i~l~e~~!! said...

hey awesome pic agn :)
but can ya tell me, how the light is in white?? i mean, i know its a b/w pic, but still, the flame should have been more greyish than perfect white..

Karthik L G said...

this one iooks very eerie
u got a perfect shot here
n wow its being used by a far off church.. :)

Navdeep said...

A good visual appeal ..
Did you grant rights to Jason for publishing the pic ?

navin harish said...

Brilliant shot