Published: Saturday 18th of March 2006 07:21:42 AM
I like the tilt - gives a good sense of motion of the vehicle and the feeling you are right there at street level. Cool shot, Wilson.
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
I really like this one, but I'm trying to figure out if this was a safe image to take. What with the red tail lights & the car on the right, I'm guessing you were in the middle of the street, with a table top tripod :0 Wonderful capture, but also seems risky? :) I love the tilt, really creative! The mother in me says "Be careful!"
Well done. great composition and perfect exposure.
Kalaga Venu Madhav
77 fantastic photograph..well seen!
Spectacular colors and composition. The tilt is awesome as is the sense of movement. I feel like I'm there in toy car racing up the street. How do you do it?
Wilson Your Chicago trip shots are great, I really like this one, very cool. It looks like you ran into some ruff weather over there. Welcome back. Frank
I never cease to be amazed by your skills, such a tiny camera but super images.
Wilson, Fabulous image. An eyepopping presentation with tremendous creativity.
I like everything about this shot. The timed exposure, the tailight blur----everything.
Super cool shot! I think the tilt makes you feel like you're really turning that steering wheel. . . great lights and reflections. . . but maybe you do need a sportcar instead of a sedan. . . . best viewed large.
Answering to your question tilting works very well, it gives dynamizm to an otherwise static (straight narrow empty) street. Without tilting the perfect symmetry would be just dull. The car is an absolute must as a strong focal point in the foreground. Excellent photo. Congrats.
"A Wet Night on LaSalle," a travel street scene. Works okay for you? Tilt more, tilt less?