"Seattle in Detail"

by Tsoi Wilson

seattle in detail seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Travel, USA, Seattle

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Architecture

Published: Tuesday 24th of May 2005 03:02:47 AM


Comments

Jeremy Smith
very nice composition... washington mutual on the right and...hmm.. can't think of the name (rainier something bank?). that one has always scared me, earthquake-wise.

R E
CR: Its equal to a conjurer: You look at his hands every second, you notice nothing special. Then the stunning result follows. REgards

Pnina Evental
The crop , always the right one! the varaiety of forms and colors....Pnina

Kim Tural
Beautiful perspective of some very interesting achitecture. I love the colours and the lighting here creates wonderful contrasting shadows.

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson- Wonderful composition & detail.

Howard Dion
I like this! Amazing composition here. The lines, form, color, texture really very cool image.

Ken Beilman
Clarity, details, and composition are great. Nicely done, Wils.

Kim Slonaker
Crisp and sharp. I like the subtle lighting apparent on the right side and the combination of colors.

Alec Ee
Lovely details and colors Wilson. Have to test my lens like that too.

Shawn Shawhan
I watched them both being built. They are my two favorite Seattle buildings.

alexandra rauh
I could not be closer. impressive.

Paula Grenside
Very nice; you always know what angle is the right one.

Colin Carron
Nice crop! And how do you always get those clean colours?

Wilson Tsoi
Lots of people know Seattle apparently . . . HOWARD: Very glad you like this. PNINA: Thanks for checking this out. REINER: Danke schoen! JEREMY: You're the first winner. No prize though. It's true what you said about the Rainier Tower! ^_^ JAYME: Thanks, Jayme. DONALD: You're too good. Bet you even have a GPS coordinates! ^_^ KIM T: Thank you for your comment, Kim. KIM S: Always appreciate your feedback. KEN: Glad you like this, Ken. ALEC: Thanks for dropping in. Indeed we can use this type of image for lens test even though I didn't have that in mind when shooting this. SHAWN: Thanks for your comment. How fascinating to see they built the curve part of Rainier Tower! COLIN: Thanks, Colin. Clean colours? I just make sure I never talk dirty to the cameras or lenses. ^_^ PAULA: That's easy. 90 is always the right angle (ha, ha, ha, . . .) ^_^ ALEXANDRA: Thanks, Alexandra. Wilson ^_^

Wilson Tsoi
What are these buildings? Does this work for you? Without looking in "detail tab," wanna guess what buildings these are? Does this work for you? Why, why not?

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