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Broken.


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Camera: Pentax 645N Medium Format SLR [link]
Lens: Pentax-FA SMC 645 1:2.8 75mm
Film: Fujichrome Professional 50T RPT120 Colour Reversal Film 64 ASA Expired: 1986
Processing: E-6 as C41 cross processed
Presentation: Scanned Original Negative
Settings: F4 @ 1/90th Sec Natural Light




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:iconjonburgess1983:
This for me is a really unusual take on the traditional forms of composition \ mise en scene that's taught in photography classes.
The shallow depth of field focuses on a cracked screen that's framed perfectly - the freak in the pane is perfectly diagonal. Behind it, an almost cliched street scene that's out of focus. The cracked glass is far more interesting than the row of buildings we've seen a million times before, but few others would have noticed the glass, much less chosen to compose and shoot a frame through it. The detail and light flowing through the cracked glass is what makes the shot special, as well as the vertical illumination running from light to dark with the battered glass standing in the way. One question - a broken lens or a vandalised door? Viewing the street through your image makes us speculate on what happened the night before.
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p-a-n-d-e-m-o-n-i-um Featured By Owner Sep 2, 2009
fantastic
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2009
thanks.
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uwouuu Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2008
WOW *-*
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:iconjosephhaubert:
josephhaubert Featured By Owner Jan 19, 2008  Professional Photographer
Pretty cool shot. Really neat how many colors and the depth that come through the glass. Cool Shot!
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2008
Thanks a lot.
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reevadeeva Featured By Owner Oct 27, 2007
very interesting shot
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paperdolldreams Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2007  Hobbyist Photographer
Beautiful, beautiful colors. It reminds me of a spiderweb.
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scottjamesprebble Featured By Owner Oct 19, 2007
Yeah it does have that effect.

:D
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sugarnspike613 Featured By Owner Sep 11, 2007  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Is that a chair behind the glass?

Neat shot, although it kinda made me cringe.
I broke a mirror a couple of weeks ago, and now the sight of broken glass makes me flinch.
Although, I suppose this is just fractured, not entirely broken.
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