July 9, 2011

LIKE A DREAM




This is my first photography for participation in The Weekend in Black and White, and the second for participation in Shadow Shot Sunday.
My other photographs with shadows you can see in the posts PLAY WITH LIGHT AND SHADOWS and  SHADOWS AND BALL.

Other black and white photographs you can see if you walk through my blog. There are many such photographs because I'm in love with black and white photography :)

65 comments:

  1. The shadow adds a different dimension - it cannot be the shadow of the subject, it seems as if the shadow is dancing on the ceiling. So artistic

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  2. It is like a dream: what does the man think of the upside-down boy? Interesting shot!

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  3. Very cool and creative image!!

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  4. Terrific and very creative shadow shot for the day, Tatjana! A very different dimension indeed! Hope your weekend is going well! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

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  5. The photo really does seem like a dream. I have no idea how you did this but I like it very much.

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  6. Whoa! Beautiful shot!
    great work.

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  7. I wonder if the man is walking on mist while observing the shadow . . . I don't know how you do this, but it's great work!

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  8. wOW! Love this picture. Great shadow!
    Have a nice day!

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  9. Creative, and well composed - as som many of your pictures. I like them!

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  10. You're amazing! I just adore your photography and I'm so smitten with this one! WOW!

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  11. However you made the 'dreamy' shadow is beyond me...but the talent you show in your work is astounding!

    My Sunday Link: Shadow of Old Glory

    Hope your weekend is treating you well!!

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  12. That's a very interesting photo! How did you get such a strange shadow? :) /Limar

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  13. I have just scrolled through some of your past posts and I love your style of isolating the subject. This one is indeed, dreamy.

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  14. Absolutely stunning! Welcome to The Weekend in Black and White.

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  15. Love the creativity in this photo!

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  16. What a clever shot! It's terrific.

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  17. Excellent B&W interpretation. I too am in love with B&W. Your words at the top of the page are compelling and oh so true.

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  18. Yes, clever indeed... and I like the lomo effect... it pushes my eyes to the two subjects.

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  19. so imaginative and creative!
    thanks for the visit.

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  20. Wow! That is a very interesting shot!


    Thanks for visiting!

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  21. your art is very very refreshing. I could learn a whole lot from you. are you available for mentoring???? :) I love your work.

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  22. That does look like falling into a dream Great shot.

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  23. Wow! Such a fantastic shot! I wonder how you did that!
    Thanks for sharing. and thanks for visiting my place and taking the time to comment;o)

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    Have a nice and happy week***

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  24. Hello, Tatjana, thank you for visiting my blog and for commenting. Comments like yours are always appreciated.
    Your photos are wonderful. You are a true artist in black and white photography, and I'm old enough to remember when everyone took black and white photos, so I've seen many of them. Good work!
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  25. WOW this is a great shot ! I love this picture ! How is it done ????? lol Please come to Canada and teach me !!!!

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  26. Wow! You come up with some very creative shots. This is wonderful!

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  27. That was very interesting. how did you do that? thanks for visiting my crazy blog.

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  28. What a great image in black and white! Great choice for SSS!

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  29. Well done!
    A really mysterious and lovely photo!

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  30. Terrific and imaginative. I really like it.

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  31. amazing timing! nice blog. :)

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  32. Thank you for visiting my entry for shadow shot sunday. your photos are beautiful and i wonder if you shot them at black and white mode or you just convert your photo into black and white.

    Again, thanks for the comments. ^^

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  33. Thank you so much for visiting my blog site. I've looked through your previous posts as well - the photos are amazing!

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  34. Another outstanding B&W--you are soooo creative and take amazing photos. I want to see lots more--I'm a new "follower" now. Mickie :)

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  35. Wow-pretty darned awesome image!!

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  36. Thank you all for wonderful comments.
    Dragonstar, thank you for nice welcoming.
    Because many of you asked me how I did that, I'll try to explain the basic and most important steps in the post-processing of this photography:
    In the cadre was the young boy, on his right side was a part of truck and on the other side of the street was a small part of a sidewalk and legs of a little boy and his full shadow was on the street.
    First in Photoshop I cloned part of the truck, sidewalk and legs of a little child. So in the cadre left only the young boy and shadow. Then in Lightroom I converted the photography in black and white with one of the OnOne Perfect Presets. At the end I added black vignettes.
    Ms. Becky, Magda and all others who are interested and want to ask me something about the photographic art, photographic techniques and post-processing of photos can write me on my email. I’ll try to help everyone.
    Arlene, I always photograph in color, then convert photos.

    Regards and best wishes for all

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  37. Wow, thats a wonderful photo! Thanks for commenting on mine ;o)

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  38. Good photos provoke an emotional response or make the responder want to know more. great photos do both, this is a great photo!

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  39. that is very cool...looks ghostly.

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  40. That one was fun I have to try to do that one day. Let the one in the back jump high and then only take that persons shadow - is that the way you did the photo?

    /MB

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  41. This has a lovely dreamy quality to it! Wonderful.

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  42. hey truly awesome gallery u have. I liked every shot I saw on this page and also your profile verse. Amazing. DO follow me back on my gallery.

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  43. Oh - that is so clever.

    Your photos are all so different but each is magic - will be visiting again! xo

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  44. Sensational! Wonderful, I love it, excellent light and magical use of shadows. Greetings.

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  45. Oh, very nice. I love it!
    Have a nice day.

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