292 yellow paint


"Painter and yellow bucket" (Canon 300D, 2006)

May 30, 2006

26 comments:

Legabal said...

I like very much this photo. Great work with the contrast, lights and shades. It makes me happy to know that we coincide I did a series in a blog:

http: //cartasdetiberius.blogspirit.com/album/fotos_secuencia/ ( Regards )

andres said...

I like it a lot. Is intresting the game of the yellow in the image. And the way this man is giving life to the action and the wall. It would be nice for him to have this photo.

bruno said...

hehe, kind of funny shot, great capture too :)

Brent Vermilyea said...

Excellent. Nice job. As bruno said, there's a lot of humor here. I like it. Regards, Brent

GeeTee said...

Wonderful use of selective colour.

àsìkò said...

nice, interesting colour separation

backpack_everyday said...

Nice job.Both u guys.

rayts said...

nice play with the colors. makes me wonder for awhile.

BrossanovA said...

Nice photo. I like the selective desaturation. Is black & white & yellow. I like that not only the paint is coloured, but also all yellow things. Good idea.

micki said...

This is something different from your usual work. I love it!!

clarence said...

I like the processing, excellent!

jane said...

I have to say that that platform looks a little unstable for my liking... !

Sidney said...

A much needed paint job! ;-)
Nice effect!

Paul said...

Love the selective color.

PhotoSam said...

Absolutely brilliant....a stroke of genius to convert the pic of an ordinary painter into something else using selective colouring.......reminds me a lot of Azhar's yellow fellows

david said...

really nice; like the use of such a limited palette. and that support does not look stable...

Ashish Sidapara said...

Personally i prefer your paint job than his! Great selective processing!!

Azhar said...

Loving selective desat. nice to see some colour on the blog :)
GREAT GREAT SHOT!!

Still said...

Funny post treatment. Very well done.

deji77 said...

LOL!
Really funny. Lovely capture and concept.

Nicola said...

Love the treatment here! Great picture!

Hendra said...

This is good. It looks busy, but it works. Probably because most of the image is in black and white, so it doesn't distract the viewer's attention

Gary said...

great job on this, really fun shot

Ash said...

LOVE the selective processing!

hodari said...

Well done! Nice selective desaturation.

S. Crypt said...

wow! Nice edit. The yellow paint seems to have more meaning than just being there.