000000 323035 596889 765542 827D91 9999BB C3C0DD FFFFFF

Share this photo on Twitter Share this photo on Facebook

The Thinker vs. The Dreamer

Posted by
Jason Kravitz (Brussels, Belgium) on 11 May 2006 in People & Portrait.

Another experiment in my bedroom... This one is as shot without much postwork using a long exposure.

Canon EOS 20D 13 second F/16.0 ISO 100 19 mm

All images copyright Jason Kravitz 2004-2020 - All Rights Reserved

Thank you to those who take the time to share your thoughts and comments.
Please do not use any words or photos on this site without explicit permission.

"Be infinitely flexible and constantly amazed"

Madhu from Hyderabad, India

Man...This is terrific shot. This is best of yours so far. I think this is definetely going to win lots of prizes for you...

11 May 2006 5:26am

Girish Haniyamballi from Hyderabad, India

excellent shot. This reminds me of the dreams I somtimes have where I feel that i am outside of my body.

11 May 2006 5:51am

Shuva from Hyderabad, India

A good technique where the photographer can be both behind and in front of the camera.

11 May 2006 6:27am

Nadege from Issy les moulineaux, France

Hopefully you are not green, if yes I think I see martians. Good shot Jason.

11 May 2006 1:47pm

Hervé from Paris, France

very strange result !:)

11 May 2006 3:43pm

Aaron Schmidt from Auckland, New Zealand

Excellent conceptual design. The position of both the thinker and dreamer is good ... I really like how the thinker's hands and profile are in clear outline and he looks like he's breathing in the light. Post-production wise, I think the white's could have been turned down a bit to remove some of the focus from the lamps but a fantastic shot nonethless.

11 May 2006 9:04pm

deji77 from United Kingdom

wow!
this is really cool.
probably may have been interesting if the dreamer were more on the right side. but i love the thinker pose.

11 May 2006 9:45pm

Steve Kravitz from Florence, NJ, United States

I like it. The images reminds me of some etherial shots I took of you and Rocky some years ago. Good technical work.

12 May 2006 2:28am

Valerie from London, United Kingdom

Oulala this is very good! but how DID you Do? someone please tell me!

12 May 2006 10:54pm

Kerstin from Paris, France

Excellent! Terrific!Beautiful! Poetic! Creative!

13 May 2006 10:51am

M.E.L from Singapore, Singapore

Well Done!! Very nice!! I like the effect!!

10 May 2008 3:32pm