Saturday, April 22, 2006

Us

(click on the image and zoom to view the details)

This is my wife and I. This was a beautiful evening. We just could not miss taking this shot. Now, looking at the picture, can you guess who took the shot?

Thanks for the comments on yesterdays post. Have a great weekend!
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38 comments:

Azhar said...

That's a great shot.Increase of shadows and saturation might help though - it will make it more dramatic.

micki said...

Alrighty, I'm guessing it was a joint effort!

Azhar said...

Hey,
I edited it a bit and you can see it here : Edited version

I hope you don't mind Sam I will remove the image after a day or two.

Rahul said...

I realize it's difficult to keep requesting passers-by to take your photographs when just the two of you are there ;-))

This is a good alternative.. Good!

Ashish Sidapara said...

Nice one! The very fact you asked who took the photograph, its quite obvious it was you ;-)

Nicola said...

I'd say she took the photo! :) Looks nice!

Suby said...

Lovely shot, your wife took the shot.

Suby

outdoorexposure said...

lovely shot...sometime just the shadow can give a nice emotional feeling:-) great capture:-)

Chantal said...

very nice way to portrait yourself

Shuva said...

I thibk you should add a liuttle contrast to this shot--like the one ashar edited. I cant belive there are people who are saying "Thats a great shot".

~ Deeps ~ said...

a diff kinda self portrait :D
good one

Brandon Crain said...

romantic shot, well done

The Tart said...

Nice pic!

Smooch,
The Tart
; )

Bakwaas said...

EXCELLENT SHOT. WODNERFUL IDEA :)

navin harish said...

Good thinking. It is a lot more interesting than shooting the people themselves

Akanksha said...

awesome pic..its very exciting to capture shadows..interestingly i recently
posted one on mine ..but yours is much more adorable..

I guess your wife took the snap..

your blog is really nice, beautiful pictures.

Laurie said...

I love the soft tone of this. It matches the subject very well. Asoft, romantic photo needs soft romantic tones.

Azhar said...

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Azhar said...

You havn't posted in more than a week - how come?

Jasp said...

Great variation on the self-portrait theme.

Ricardo said...

Original work and good photography. Greetings.

Frozenswirl said...

Really nice picture! I love the the pose!

àsìkò said...

a nice creative shot, well done

Bakwaas said...

what happenned to shooting???

Papar said...

Nice pic, I think it was your wife.

david kleinert said...

love the shadow! very romantic indeed and a very creative image! cheers ;)

Dia said...

What a nice feeling :)

mmmm maybe your wife took the shot? I can your hands holding her back, but I cant see hers...:)

Advocatus Diaboli said...

Excellent picture. Obvioulsy,Your wife took the shot. Both of your hands are free and your wifes arms have moved to the clicking position.

àsìkò said...

nice shot man

Samarth said...

Really nice shot....I like the way the shadows are surrounded by the wam yellow light...really makes it for a romantic setting

e etomi said...

looks like she took the shot! Nice one

Suby said...

Hey you guys still out there?

Suby

lino said...

i think your wife took the shot, because your hands are hugging her... :)

saurabh said...

takeing a good photograph is not easy job but is possible to take good phtographs.so try it out.trust me it would be a great expreince.

B2b said...

good site

VinayKumar said...

Saketh, i think Minal has taken this pic. Please Confirm.

VinayKumar said...

Hey i forgot to mention. The pic is gr8. i appreciate ur thoughtfulness of clicking such photo. Was it ur thought or minal's.

Saketh said...

Most of you guessed it right.. My wife took this shot..