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photoblog image Variations on a  theme of Trimiloni ( light)  5 of  5

Variations on a theme of Trimiloni ( light) 5 of 5

A while back I produced a series based on the theme of light : (Light Camera Action).

I am following that up with a sequal using the same principles of playing about with light.

Many of you may remember the comments that Ricardo Trimiloni made to your postings back in the summer. He has been most helpful in the creation of this short second series (hence the title acknowledgement).

Variations on a theme of Trimiloni ( light) 5 of 5

A while back I produced a series based on the theme of light : (Light Camera Action).

I am following that up with a sequal using the same principles of playing about with light.

Many of you may remember the comments that Ricardo Trimiloni made to your postings back in the summer. He has been most helpful in the creation of this short second series (hence the title acknowledgement).

comments (22)

  • Ada
  • United States
  • 16 Jan 2009, 03:00
At first I tought it was a water fall Richard...I have missed a huge part of this series...I am going to have a look now. Happy new year.
  • Ada
  • United States
  • 16 Jan 2009, 03:01
oh..I thought Ricardo Trimiloni was you...
Richard Trim: My alter ego Ada. richard
You've really produced a cracker here Richard: the effect of the light & reflections is marvellous
Richard Trim: The wonders of a piece of wrinkled plastic sheeting. Cheers Chris. richard
  • Chad Doveton
  • location location location.
  • 16 Jan 2009, 07:30
Another interesting one, Richard.

Tis nothing but a magic lantern show whose candle is the sun, round which we shadowy figures come and go.

Omar Khayam
Richard Trim: Well that's put me in my place then ;-) cheers richard
  • Alan Rolfe
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 16 Jan 2009, 07:53
This is fascinating, Richard, so much to look at and enjoy in this. The drape adds further interest.
Richard Trim: Without the plastic sheeting it would have been a nothing image. thanks richard
this is a very cool image. very interesting and i love that it is black and white. well done. cheers.
Richard Trim: I'm more and more in the mood for black and white imagery Sarina. thanks richard
spooky!!
Richard Trim: I see what you mean Chantal. Thanks richard
  • anniedog
  • United Kingdom
  • 16 Jan 2009, 09:39
I thought like Mark that it was a double exposure. Very clever.
Ingrid
Richard Trim: Always carry that bit of plastic sheeting around with you Ingrid .... It was one of those must have images. thanks richard
  • k@
  • france
  • 16 Jan 2009, 10:25
I love shooting reflections myself, and yours here is wonderful, the play is great !
Richard Trim: Love your shot you posted today K' ... just up my street. thanks richard
  • Tracy
  • England
  • 16 Jan 2009, 11:52
This is my favorite Richard. Love the creative flare you are showing heresmile
Richard Trim: Its the head that say's go for it ... and I always do as I'm told. Glad you liked it a lot Tracy. richard
It will be interesting to discover how you did this.
Richard Trim: Its all down to the wrinkled plastic sheeting that was draped across the inside of a shop window whilst refurbishment was taking place. Damn! I'm giving away all my magical secrets. richard
Apart from this being an interesting picture Richard I am constantly amazed at your observational powers that you have mentioned to me more than once.
Richard Trim: I've got too much time on my hands Brian ... so I have plenty of photographic trawls through cities and alike. cheers richard
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 16 Jan 2009, 13:00
Definite likey. You and Ricardo see pictures where I may walk by.
Richard Trim: Gosh Louis. I seem to have really hit the spot for you with this series. Cheers richard
This is a really original idea Richard and it works a treat.
Richard Trim: I'm not the first to post a reflection Bill .... but thanks richard
back to back winners here Richard, of all the window reflection shots i have seen this has to be the best by a country mile, beating this will take some doing mateysmile
Richard Trim: Phew!that is some accolade tim .... I look down and see how far I have the opportunity to fall. But many thanks smile richard
  • Philine
  • Germany
  • 16 Jan 2009, 15:40
Yes, Ada is right- streams of lights are running down- that gives the pictured streetlife, seen through a plastic foil (in restauro?), a kind of permanent moving into different directions - familiar impressions, on the other side with a touch of aleniation- and the words "to let" (how often I read these words on some blogs!) hint to the actual economic crisi!
Richard Trim: Not only have you worked out the principles behind this image but you then layer with a terrific suggestion about aspects of society. I'm indebted to your comments Philine. richard
  • Fabrice
  • France
  • 16 Jan 2009, 16:23
Another beautiful series where you feel disoriented by some! I like them. Good work, Richard.
Richard Trim: I can't believe how people have perceived this series .... I was very uncertain about posting some of them. Thanks Fabrice. richard
This is very impressive Richard. Well done indeed! A likey for me. Cheers. Richard
Richard Trim: Thankyou very much Richard. richard
  • Mal
  • United Kingdom
  • 16 Jan 2009, 22:27
clever clever shot. mal
Richard Trim: I think the hardest part and the essential aspect was actually seeing the potential in the first place ... or maybe I thought ''that's fun'' and clicked. Many many thanks Mal. richard
  • Aussie
  • Hot and Sunny Brisbane
  • 17 Jan 2009, 00:52
I really like this one. That plastic gives a nice effect.
Richard Trim: Thanks Aussie .... plastic can, it seems, be quite a useful resource at times.
richard
I have just come across this picture Richard...Very cleverly done..I like it.
Richard Trim: Glad you liked it Ron' ... thanks for visiting. richard
  • k@
  • France
  • 26 Nov 2009, 22:31
Yes, fabulous like a curtain shivering with reflections - i love your image a lot, Richard and i thank you for mentioning it, i appreciate*

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