Make : NIKON CORPORATION
Model : NIKON D2X
Date Time Original : 2005-05-20 15:58:00
Focal Length : 135/1
Exposure Time : 111111/20000000
F Number : 5.0
Iso Speed Ratings : 100
Metering Mode : 5
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 100.000000
Y Resolution : 100.000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop CS Windows
Published: Monday 30th of May 2005 07:45:57 AM
Boy, I'm torn between the horizontal and the vertical, but I'd have to say this one wins out. It gives more scale to the tall buildings. When does your new job as City Photographer begin??
Wilson, Excellent detail and exposure. Brightness and contrast are right on and the composition is interesting. Another winner!
I feel lost in window-city, maybe a cliff-hanger will make his way around the corner the next second..impressive!
You out did yourself...again. I would say this image is really fine work worthy of a double seven.
You Did It! Wilson to me this is a 7/7 picture and to tell you the truth I don't even like building pictures! ;o) LOL. So That means this is a Fantastic Picture! Love the Lines/Colours/Everything! Well Done! DK. P.s. You take great pictures!
Thanks for your feedback . . . ANDREA: Cliff hanger? Great suggestion! Thanks. RICHARD: Appreciate your feedback. KIM: Good point about the scale. Yeah, my job as City Photog actually starts already and it never ends. I don't have to punch in, or punch out, but then I don't get paid neither. ^_^ D.K.: Thanks! I guess that's the ultimate compliment when one can make a building lover out of a bird expert. HOWARD: Appreciate your feedback always. KEN: Certainly pleased that you like it! CAMILO: Thank you for checking this out. JAYME: Glad you're checking this out. This is one single image without anything done to it except for some contrast and color adjustment. The building in the back might be a bit misleading as it has curved facade toward its center area (the blue-green glass area.) Wild & saucy? I like it! Wilson ^_^
Excellent composition with fine line-play, great light & visual angle, well done!!! Best regards.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson, I'm confused about your details. Did you take 2 images or just one? I always read your details! I like this one, the building on the left seems more in perspective than in the other, but... it is a hard choice between the 2. This one being more traditional and the other a little more wild & saucy. I really like both! Nicely seen!
Good composition I like so much the play of lines, the colors and paterns. Best regards.
Nice lines colours and lighting.
Peter, thanks for your feedback.
"Highrise Detail" Thoughts? Feedback is welcome.