Monday, July 30, 2012

Photos: Shadows and Lovers

What more can I say? Here is a couple who is not shy to be photographed. When they have warmed up to camera and the person wielding the camera, there were many moments to be shot. In fact, the purpose of my visit to Louvre museum was to meet these lovers whose are friends of my friend. It was a hot day with sun in full form even at 8:30 pm in the night. Moreover, what is there to shoot in this location that has not been captured by someone already. I set the lovers with the sun behind them and shot it. Love in the air and the shadows gave the desired outcome.





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23 comments:

  1. O wow! it's incredible..:) Can't imagine the amount of time you must have invested to compose this..!

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    1. One glass of beer. That was all the investment. ;) We were sitting and talking. Suddenly, I had an idea. Asked the friends to pose. We got this shot with a few trials. All said and done, this was packed up after 15 minutes. ;)

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    2. ..never realized that it was an arranged thing..mistook it for unwary..:)(but that doesn't diminish its beauty at all:))

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  2. Lovely golden light and beautiful shot, Nona.

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  3. beautiful !!! one of those pics that make you feel good :)

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    1. :) Well, you comment made my day. Thank you.

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  4. Wow! Beautiful -- the couple, the location, the shadows, the natural lighting; all of it.
    And one great picture. :)

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  5. beautiful...
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  6. Lovely!!and so much of closeness..

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    1. Yes! And most important, they are camera-friendly

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  7. You have shot this one from a fantastic angle-it is such a neat composition!

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous. Part of the experience of photographing people is the joy of getting to know them.

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    1. Actually, that is recommended. When you get to know the subject, the subject relaxes and then you get the best pictures. :)

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