Published: Friday 3rd of June 2005 11:18:59 PM
Wilson, I agree with Lou Ann on her comments. Where were you standing? Cheers, Sondra
Well Wilson, after the needle you are still staying in the hights....The feeling of being on a skyscraper? is very present.colors and diagonal composition brings tention to the situation and is well done , I like the shadows of the 2 car hints on the left side. Pnina
Wilson, marvolous of you to make this image. Actually, I find the whole idea of being that high and that close to the edge terrifying. I say give this man extra points for bravery.
Fantastic PS work. Kind regards..
Lou Ann Aepelbacher
Great Wilson! ("down to earth"?) I love the tones, too. I like how you are able to preserve the skin tones while you're fixing the other tones. Very nice! :-)
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Nice perspective & composition, love those diagonals. I like the soft, flatness of the tones, it makes it a lot less harsh and scary than I am sure it is to be up there. I have no fear of heights, but both my husband's legs would be shaking, and he wouldn't be dancing either! :)
Nice capture, Wilson...Tones are kinda unique too...
A creative image with unusual tones that really add interest.
Twice a year when the window cleaners come to clean our office windows, I cannot watch. My office building is only two stories! It would finish me off to see these guys out my window AND to try and get a picture of it. Well done, Wilson - gives me a sinking stomach just looking at it.
Very good !
Thanks everyone for commenting, DENNIS: Glad you like it. LOU ANN: Indeed no more Spacey pix. ^_^ SONDRA: Thanks. I was in my room when they kept on working. PNINA: Glad you like. I guess height is not for everyone. ^_^ HOWARD: Yes, yes. Thankful that this is only a 2 dimensional work. PULOK: Thanks for your kind words. JAYME: Glad you like it. You should be dancin', yeah . . . KIM: Well, maybet the guys should've been topless with black bowties around their neck ala Chipendales. Should make it much easier to watch, yes? Lol.!!! BOB: Thanks, man. Wanna be a Chipendale guy? Wilson ^_^
"Life Lines," men at work. Just another day at work for these guys hanging 17 stories outside a highrise. Feedback is welcome.