London, Paris & Berlin Exhibition

Picture Makes Driven Creativity
Competition 2011 Shortlist

 
Love Your Job
I’m thrilled to say that this image has made the shortlist for the Driven Creativity shortlist and will be exhibited in London, Paris & Berlin. The winners are to be announced on September 23rd, so fingers crossed!

The pictures was taken on a Leica M9 with a 35mm Summicron ASPH lens and processed in Aperture and Nik Software’s Silver Efex Pro 2.

Many people voted for this shot to go through for judging and I wanted to say a big thank you to you all; very much appreciated!!

8 responses to “London, Paris & Berlin Exhibition

  1. This photograph is absolutely wonderful. I love a black and white photo. Thanks for sharing this

  2. Edmond, while I view you as a great, wonderful, innovative, photographer after looking at those images in contention I don’t think its a winner. The “LOVE YOUR JOB” sign is distracting to the rest of the image. Please don’t be angry with me you are repeating myself again a great photographer, anyway way whom am I to criticize you.

    • Thanks for the feedback Stan; the “Love Your Job” works for me as it’s a businessman on his way to work (or coming home from work), during a miserable day – it’s ironic. Anyway, that’s how most people see it and you are the first to find it distracting – without it it would be more ordinary. However, this is the beauty of photography as it’s subjective 🙂

  3. Congratulations. It is a great shot. Good luck!

  4. LOL… The photo loses all of its magic irony and juxtaposition without the “Love Your Job” sign @Stan…. think about it mate…..

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