Critique-a-shot #4 : Konstantin Mihailov and Axel Cordes

For this week column, let's head back to Europe and analyze work from photographers located in Germany and Austria. If you would like your shot...
For this week column, let's head back to Europe and analyze work from photographers located in Germany and Austria. If you would like your shot to go through this colum, please read here for instructions on how to submit. If you have already submitted a shot and it has not appeared yet, it will come soon ! Untitled by Konstantin Mihailov Leica M8 with Voigtlander 50mm 1.1, at F1.1, 1/3000, ISO160 Compostion Konstantin's picture has a panoramic structure as the key elements all happen within a thin central band. A crop would definitely work here though I know most people...

Fish ‘n’ mate

Fishermen often come close to our residency. They spend hours waiting for a nice Dorado or Boga to bite on their hooks. Meanwhile they'll quietly...
Fishermen often come close to our residency. They spend hours waiting for a nice Dorado or Boga to bite on their hooks. Meanwhile they'll quietly drink their mate scrutinizing the Parana River waters. They also like to chat and almost got me trained on fishing in a couple of hours, such great people.  (click on picture to enlarge) Leica M9 with 90mm Tele Elmarit at F4.0, 1/1500, ISO200

Florida Beach

Quite amazingly, Rosario has a wonderful beach called La Florida. By looking at the white (imported) sand, one would even expect to see blue waters...
Quite amazingly, Rosario has a wonderful beach called La Florida. By looking at the white (imported) sand, one would even expect to see blue waters and an infinite horizon line. No, to the opposite, the waters are brown from the sediments of the Parana River and huge cargos pass by in the distance fully loaded of precious soy and cereals. Finally, note that in Argentina, dogs also seem to know about "La dolce vitta". (click on picture to enlarge) Leica M9 with 35mm Summilux Asph at F8.0, 1/1000, ISO200 Leica M9 with 35mm Summilux Asph at F8.0, 1/750, ISO200