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!

Factoria 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!

Olga -mescapricesbelges said...

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!