Tuesday, June 08, 2010

Some widescreen shots

I hope I didn't post these time ago. Anyway, here are some of the shots I was going through these last days. They were originally taken in the more traditional camera 'squareish' format although, as I usually do, cropped the living daylights out of them to take them where I thought they needed to be ('widescreen' is the word!). The yellow cab one is somewhere in San Francisco, three people in a hurry to get out of the beautiful Huntington Gardens (Pasadena), one of the film sets of 'Devil in a Blue Dress', and another Huntington gardens shot ... a la Maxfield Parrish.


A. Riabovitchev said...

Cool shots!The first one My favorite!Very cinematic!:o)

Gulzar said...

I so agree with Riabovitchev,
I love the compositions of these! :)

Anonymous said...

very cool, my favourite are the second and the last ones, very good compositions!

La Factoría Plástica said...

Marcos, gracias por pasearte por la Factoría Plástica y por tu comentario, viniendo de ti es un auténtico orgullo!
Un abrazo.
Belén Cossío

Marcelo Vignali said...

Your compositions are always astounding, even in your photography!


Fantásticos tus blogs, Marcos!
Muchas gracías por haberte pasado por el mío!!

Anonymous said...

Marcos, your inks book is really looking good. Have a safe comiccon!

Marcos Mateu said...

-Thank you Andrei!

-Thanks a lot Gulzar!

-Thanks Abey,I have to say the Huntington Gardens are a beautiful place to go and see plenty of opportunities to sketch or take all sorts of pictures

-Muchas gracias Belen. Me encanta como te replanteas el uso de los objetos mas cotidianos de la casa!

-Thank you very much Moe! :)

-Muchas gracias Olga, fantastico tu uso de espacios interiores!

-Merci Laurent!

kathryn durst said...

awesome work!!!

really great photographs too. especially the second one with the deer silhouette in the background. wow! what a great shot!

Anonymous said...

Love the widescreen format , always have . Can't wait for the book! Lovely compositions .

Cheers .

Marcos Mateu said...

-Thanks Kathryn!

-Thanks Simon!