Eric Jones - Jun 03, 2020 04:23 PM EDT
Hey there, I just found your site, quick question…
My name’s Eric, I found thelensflare.com after doing a quick search
Eric Jones - Jun 02, 2020 09:08 PM EDT
Hey, my name’s Eric and for just a second, imagine this…
- Someone does a search and winds up at thelensflare.com.
- They hang out for a minute to check it out. “I’m interested… but… maybe…”
- And then they hit the back button and check out the other search results instead.
- Bottom line
Guest - Jul 20, 2006 01:58 PM EDT
Hello, i've just begun playing around with photography, could you please explain to me what timed photography means? this is really such a lovely photograph!
Guest - Jul 16, 2005 12:52 PM EDT
very good portrait of "depression"
Guest - Jul 08, 2005 07:30 PM EDT
Thank you very much Vin
Guest - Jun 10, 2005 12:46 PM EDT
These blues got the hues I would be hapy if I had this to my name...
Guest - Apr 14, 2005 02:42 PM EDT
I really like this shot, too. I saw the human image almost as ghostly because it seemed translucent--due to movement I guess.
Guest - Feb 21, 2005 03:29 PM EDT
There are a couple reasons why i named it depression....1) The blue tone to the picture (it was taken as twilight) the blue mood leds itself to a somber kinda tone. 2) The timed exposure has a meaning to this photograph. It is an extrememly long timed photograph with made the water look almost like glass. The point was to make it seem like the world around me (the subject in the pic) was moving around so fast. Everything seemed to move on without me. That's why I named it 'depression'. thanks for you comment
Guest - Feb 17, 2005 02:37 AM EDT
Just curious - why "Depression"?
This is anything but. Your photo flows with movement and movement is for living. It's contemplative and relaxing. I like it
Guest - Dec 01, 2004 09:00 AM EDT
Not your average photo, excellent choice in background and title.
Guest - Nov 29, 2004 10:34 PM EDT
In Fact, I could almost bet this was one of the first timed exposures this gentleman ever took. What a true testament of his natural skills and ability. Great Job Bro!
Guest - Nov 22, 2004 10:05 PM EDT
Beautiful, outstanding, fantastic, descriptive without words, peaceful. A wonderful piece of artwork.
Guest - Oct 15, 2004 11:39 AM EDT
this picture is probably the best ive seen so far on this site, great job, its really poetic without words, your a great photographer
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