Like Krush, I found it interesting that you think this is your best shot. I don't think it is, but it's a good shot nonetheless and the quality still remains high. I especially like the long shadow of the man, and how it parallels the right side of the building structure. The railroad track on the left also creates a nice leading line. The sillouette compounded with the title creates a nice mood and message. I think you could've rotated this a little to the right. The tiles on the floor are a bit slanted and that bothers me just slightly. Overall, a solid picture, but since it bears Sigit's name, that's no surprise
you're work really is incredible, I can't comprehend how many good shots your produce. Ansel Adams said that for every good photo he had, he'd have hundreds more useless ones... do you have like a million!?
I think what makes this is the shadow. The warm colors are appealing, but the shadow really pulls us into where this person is walking. I agree it's not your best though- you have such a beautiful gallery.
great capture,....looks like you caught it 'on the fly' too,.....I love this kind of photos where you have just a short moment to react and click,....very nicely done,....the colors are burning my screen !!!!!!!
i dont know why.... i think its about the momment...
that morning i step down from my train with my camera ready to take a shot...
and snap! this is what i get.... one of two shot.... and my taxi cab is waiting so i have to go... and really enjoy that shot on my lcd... in my way home
great shot! i like the warm tone of the photo and the long shadow created by the walking man. it feels like he just came from a long journey... !
(i wonder when could i take a "train station" pic... i tried once but someone from the station told me that it was not allowed... sigh...)
lighting, shadows, colours, prespective - all awesome. i like this shot a lot. great work, well done!
sorry i've been ignoring your stuff lately... dealing with all my messages now - there's lots of them!