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I Found The Silence by MartinStranka I Found The Silence by MartinStranka [link]

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I really don't know where to start with this one. Just wow.
I am speechless. :wow:

This photo, seems like it can be interpreted in may ways.
At first I thought maybe he caused the explosion or maybe he the victim.
My mind was then filled with thought and wonder. Just proving how amazing and deep this really is.

The lighting is perfect the light reflecting of the wood every where and the storm-like sky really adds the the focus of the person.

The person looks amazing, the whole pose is perfect. Even the minor details like the way there holding there arm making it look as if they may have been injured.
To the way the coat blows in the wind like a cape being swept by the wind of a explosion. To the burnt looking ground.

You really do have talent :clap:
I hope to see more art like this! You are a inspiration.
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Critique by superhales Jan 29, 2012, 6:57:25 PM
Wow. That's what word best describes with what I have to say. Here's what I love about this photo:
The model that you have in this can be interpreted in two ways; whether he is the prey or the predator. It gives the viewer confusion yet awe at what the man is walking away from in the picture. Also, the bits of dust and debris is beautifully captured in this shot; it is almost as if some of of the debris is coming about to hit the viewers giving a sense of reality.
The contrasts of light and dark in the picture are beautiful as well; from the sky to the ground, the tones of earth and sky compliment each other nicely. The model is very poised and gives this photo an extra touch of ruggedness and feel of power.
This work is executed well; I am intrigued to see what this photographer will do in future projects.
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hadasaugh Jun 20, 2013  Professional General Artist

My enjoyment of this piece is the deep-in-thought expression on his face while the turmoil rages around him.


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Victoria-Eden Apr 15, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
GoGo-Ghosty Feb 21, 2013  Student General Artist
This is very eloquent, if a photo can be described that way.
The title adds a somber feel to it...
I love it~♥
I love the contrast of the chaotic surroundings that mirror the character's mindset. It's really powerful.
this makes me speechless
ArtTraveller77 Feb 21, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Very interesting indeed.
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