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Title: Cafe Door handle #2 (Paris - April 2004)
by: David Baker
Art Type: Limited Edition Prints
Media: Photography
Subject: Architecture Cityscape
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This is an excellent work
I have to say that i love your point of view .Yes it is :-)))

primus
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Nice!
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spitts
0 > 2 years
Love your work!
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 Lastest-- I am very pleased with the way the cracks and discolouration in the handle came out and the way the backdrop of central Paris is drawn into the composition! david: )

Insura
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
rudeless destruction of time itself
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mylifeisart
0 > 2 years
Cafe Door handle #2 (Paris - April 2004)-David Baker
exactly the kind of photograph I love- photos that become abstractions. Dig the reflections...Beautiful. Like the sepia tone here as well.
 Lastest-- When I retire to Bath there is going to be a very big pull on me to become a fine art photographer first and foremost. And with that in mind I am considering buying one of the new Canon EOS 5D digital

rshryhorczuk
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
Someone could dedicate a lifetime ...
... analyzing why this piece works. I'm getting too old for that, David. :) Why did you remove that other gorgeous piece before I had a chance to critique it? It was so full of subtlety, understate

lkaloidis
0 > 2 years
This is intriguing David
The vague shapes of people, the beautiful city, all meshed together but most intriguing is how you stumbled onto this montage!
 Lastest-- To answer your question Trisha I was doing what I always do when out and about - sitting in a very ordinary place and quietly looking for the extraordinary! In this case sitting at a cafe table in the

Trisha
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker
nice job here David.
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designheadstudio
0 > 2 years
Cafe Door handle #2 (Paris - April 2004)
Excellent!

Migueltio
0 > 2 years
No Subject.
perfect composition of darks and lights, angles, depth, shapes.

Bevartee
0 > 2 years
Good Job!
I am by no means qualified to critique photography, so I am going to speak just on personal thoughts. I really liked this piece, the way the reflections pull you in, and the tonal quality of the work
 Lastest-- I am very pleased with this piece - as it has a super-real quality and a unity between the background and foreground which I was seeking. As to the 'textural quality' - I always seek that in my photog

valart
1 > 2 years
by David_Baker

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