Judith Jannetta

Judith Jannetta

Posted on 04/22/2015


Photo taken on April 17, 2015


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seaside
candid
gallery
installation
cymbals
Margate
Turner Contemporary


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Cymbals

Cymbals
Candid shot at the Turner Contemporary gallery in Margate - that's the sea outside the window.

Katja, Martin Chapdelaine, Peter Zabulis, Roland and 28 other people have particularly liked this photo


37 comments - The latest ones
Juleann
Juleann
It's good you went when it wasn't filled with children . . . I can just imagine many of them hitting the cymbals at once.

Really -- the sea? No -- it's clouds above the sea -- I see birds out the window!
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta has replied to Juleann
Juleann, the sea is the grey line just above the wall!
2 years ago.
Tacheles
Tacheles
I do remember this extraordinary vista, when I visited Margate a year ago. No cymbals in 2014.
I was very surprised, there was no entrance fee to pay. Surely this has not changed. ;)
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta has replied to Tacheles
No Norbert, still free! Though they do ask for donations. I'm about to replace this with a mono version.
2 years ago.
Tacheles has replied to Judith Jannetta
That's a jolly good idea. One day I have to come back to the IoT.
So many wonderful memories.
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta has replied to Tacheles
We were meant to be staying a week, but went two days late, and came home two days early, so only managed three days (due to illness). Lots of places I would have loved to revisit.....maybe next year!
2 years ago.
Tacheles has replied to Judith Jannetta
What a pity! Travelling and illness don't go together well.
BTW: The mono version is the better one.
2 years ago.
(*NIKonGT*)
(*NIKonGT*)
Wonderful in mono, Judith!
2 years ago.
Roger Bennion
Roger Bennion
Super candid, Judith. Mono is a great choice here I say :-) An instant fave.
2 years ago.
Keith Burton
Keith Burton
This is just brilliant Judith. Perfectly composed and a spot-on mono conversion with lovely tones. An instant fave for me as well :)
2 years ago.
Fratton Parker
Fratton Parker
Cracking in all departments Judith, :)
2 years ago.
William Sutherland
William Sutherland
Outstanding capture!

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2 years ago.
Robert Wilson
Robert Wilson
Great candid, perfect in black and white.
2 years ago.
Graham Hughes
Graham Hughes
perfection...plus
2 years ago.
Fabi :)
Fabi :)
Excellent shot!
2 years ago.
hlegallais
hlegallais
Wonderfull shot with so many greys !!
2 years ago.
Jorlam
Jorlam
love the composition... great processing with fab gradation throughout the frame..
2 years ago.
Heidiho
Heidiho
DAS hat was !!!
2 years ago.
Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen
Beautifullu captured.
2 years ago.
Jean
Jean
Beautiful candid. My fingers are itching to get to that drumstick.
2 years ago.
Rafael
Rafael
Excelente!!!
2 years ago.
Keith Millard Photography
Keith Millard Photog…
Seen In My Opinion: This is a very strong image taken against a strong external light source that you have captured with immense skill. I love the lines and the composition so very much. There is a 'but' however: the figure is facing out of the picture. If she had been facing in the other direction this would have been an image that would probably be winning many many competitions!!! In My Opinion a very very enjoyable image! Well done! If you have that chance to revisit I would love to see more images!
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta has replied to Keith Millard Photog…
Thanks, Keith, for your comments. Yes, it's a pity she's not facing into the shot.....but I don't go to camera club any more, and somehow that makes me mind less!! I'll upload a couple of others from that visit and put them in as notes on this one
2 years ago.
Roger Whitehead has replied to Keith Millard Photog…
> There is a 'but' however: the figure is facing out of the picture. If she had been facing in the other direction this would have been an image that would probably be winning many many competitions!

Is this a rule, then?
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta has replied to Roger Whitehead
Yup, I think all the camera club judges learn this on their judging courses.......
2 years ago.
Roger Whitehead has replied to Judith Jannetta
I expect there's an iPhone app for it by now -- "Judjomatik". 8=)
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland
Outstanding photo.
2 years ago.
Wil Wardle
Wil Wardle
Very good as always from you
2 years ago.
cammino
cammino
Very beautiful!
2 years ago.
Roger Whitehead
Roger Whitehead
Beautifully done, and an interesting piece of work. Nice piece of cymbalism.

(I'll get my coat.)
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta has replied to Roger Whitehead
:-)
2 years ago.
Judith Jannetta
Judith Jannetta
Thanks for your comments James
2 years ago.
John Lawrence
John Lawrence
A great Image, not fond of that place though! well done Judith
2 years ago.
Auribins
Auribins
Wow, what a complex image this is, but one that I instantly like! Firstly it takes a while to comprehend what we are seeing here. The finely balanced cymbals create an interesting array of lines and curves and that, In My Opinion, is interesting to explore. The inclusion of the lady interacting with the instruments is good as it adds scale and interest in equal measure. The selection of black and white is well thought through and I think makes this image in to a pleasing, calming composition. Well done and thanks for posting it to our group.
2 years ago.
bertapei
bertapei
excellent !
2 years ago.
Ricard
Ricard
Sensacional instante.
2 years ago.
Katja
Katja
very futuristic .... like it very much
2 years ago.