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author Alexey Tikhonov
title Tryptich II
date8/27/2000 6:40:00 PM
detailspentax mx, m50 1.4
fuji superia 400
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1 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (8/27/2000 10:30:00 PM)
Interesting colors and photos. Is this a portrait shot of triplicates of a composite photo of 3 shots of the same person? (Possibly tryptich means triplicates?)
2 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (8/27/2000 10:32:00 PM)
Sorry, I meant to type "or a composite photo" - etc.
3 Alexey Tikhonov   (8/28/2000 3:22:00 AM)
It's a composite photo, of course:)
4 Sergei Samus (Serega to friends)     (8/28/2000 4:18:00 AM)
Alexey, I like both of your tryptich photos that have an impact of old classical paintings. Still I much prefer this one for every person here is a part of the whole composition. I also like that placing same person in 3 different classical portrait postures you are revealing various sides of his character and making each subject to complement others. The center of attention is drawn to the middle person by providing straight eye contact. My suggestion would be to give them similar but different items to hold to break a 'mirror' impression. Great work. 8.5
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