Published: Thursday 6th of April 2006 02:01:26 AM
Unusual perspective is right. I wonder if this is what the little people see when they look up?
Interesting perspective, nice composition and good tones but the line in the sky linking the two darker towers looks like a photoshop artefact. It could be removed with healing tool. Still I ike it. Karl
I agree with Karl that the shadow line should be removed. Interesting perspective and I love the colors/tones in this one, Wilson.
new stuff, convincing!
Wilson Got to love looking up again, very nice , with that light post. Well done.
I like the lines in this one. Also like the fact there's no clutter. Everything is clean. Well done Wils.
Your architectural photography is inspiring! Wonderful lines and plenty of detail and a pleasant simplicity of composition. Lighting is subued and evokes a foggy, cloudy day in the big city type of feeling. Well done, Wilson.
Works for me, Wilson! Now I can concentrate on the interesting perspective and form of the composition.
This is a really interesting shot. I love all the leading lines and the light and the minimal use of colour. I'm used to seeing super-saturated shots from you, so this image came as quite a surprise to me. I am sure however, that if someone showed me this image and asked me who took it, I would still be sure that it was one of yours.
Wilson, you are an excellent cityscape photographer... I love this vey much... and especially the way you included the street light post. Very skillful work...!!!
Unique composition ,unusual perspective & nicely mood, excellent capture & great job, Wilson!!! Best regards.
Wilson Nice and interesting shot, like this one. ~Regards.
ohhh wilson!! you touch some soft spot of mine here! i loove this kind of extreme perspectives and this one is extremely well realized... top marks for me!
Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Makes me feel really "small" & kind of "watched over". Perfectly composed & exposed. Love the desaturation, it works well. Makes it kind of clinical & techy :)
Superb viewpoint and post-processing. Regards, Kelvin.
nice perspective! marco
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