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Posted by
Morris David Taub (Montpellier, France) on 14 November 2013 in Architecture and Portfolio.

Wall Number 2.

NIKON D700 1/1250 second F/5.0 ISO 1600 50 mm (35mm equiv.)

All photos on M. Taub | Variations Lumineuses © 2007-2020 Morris Taub. All Rights Reserved. Thank you.

American Suburb X. Photography and interviews of some well known and not so well known photographers. A great mix of different styles, subject matter, and perspective on what photography can be.

Basile Pesso from Barcelona, Spain

I'm in love with this compo that will attract no one. One of my favourites of the day.

14 Nov 2013 1:59pm

@Basile Pesso: ;-) It's why once in a while I question my presence here. Maybe it's not the right place for my work. Still. I like the people here. There's some very good work. Makes me feel like when I was a kid, not really fitting in. Comes natural. I'm ok with it. Thanks for the kind words, Basile.

Basile Pesso from Barcelona, Spain

Actually I personally had to accept the rule saying that "to get comments, one had to give comments".
I'd love a world full of curious people who'd love to discover by themselves the excellence around them.
Apparently things don't work that way anywhere...I'm currently trying to see how it works on other sites outside Aminus, and well, all I see are comments with four letters, and so, my conclusion is that, for the moment, about human intercourse, Aminus is the best I know, with people who like to write and who know how to do it, sometimes with literary qualities, and with a relative general quietness.
About commercialization, I think differently. That would be one of the directions to take for Aminus, in my opinion.

14 Nov 2013 3:53pm

@Basile Pesso: Yes. I feel you're right. And I do have a hard time articulating why I like/love an image, so I don't often comment. I feel odd to just type, nice, great, beautiful, amazing, and on and on. With my own work I'm playing with composition, color, light, things flat, sometimes totally boring but I somehow find some interest. Not interested in doing work to attract attention. Just following my path as it unfolds before me.

Le Krop from Charenton-le-Pont, France

I like this image , too. But ... ach, je continue en français, merdouille je maîtrise pas ... Passer ici demande du temps, beaucoup : il y a plein d'images et beaucoup de monde, et on repère, petit à petit, les curiosités, les styles qui nous plaisent. Il faut qu'une dynamique se mette en place, et ça prend du temps. Au début, je ne prenais pas le temps de voir le travail des autres ; maintenant j'essaie de passer, au moins un peu, sur les images community , mm si ce n'est pas forcément ts les jours (en plus de ceux qui passent chez soi et dont on devient forcément, naturellement, curieux, qu'on aime souvent ou pas, d'ailleurs ; je pense qu'on devient accro.) En tout k, cette photo, graphique, simple et belle, me plaît. Voilà. (Et ça ne m'étonne vraiment pas qu'elle plaise au Basile :-)

14 Nov 2013 8:02pm

@Le Krop: thanks le krop, and I feel the same when I try to write in french, so I understand...feel free to write in french,...

L'angevine from Angers, France

pareil,je fais de plus en plus attention aux moindres détails que j'aime ces carrés

15 Nov 2013 9:06am

@L'angevine: merci bien...

Martine Libouton from Genappe, Belgium

Superbe ton cadrage! j'adore ce genre de photo et le B&W lui va vraiment très bien!La gouttière donne un superbe équilibre a ta photo!!!

27 Nov 2013 10:16am