"Windy City"

by Tsoi Wilson

windy city seeking critique tsoi wilson

Gallery: Travel, USA, Chicago

Tags: seeking critique

Category: Travel

Published: Monday 10th of April 2006 08:12:13 PM


Garry Morris
Nice shot Wilson. :) I was just there a few weeks ago and failed miserably taking a self portrait in the ball. I like the angle of the camera for this, a good decision to level in the reflection rather than the world. Great composition and color. Nice capture!

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Wilson- Why is everyone assuming this has been PhotoShopped to achieve this effect. This effect was achieved via a reflection in the Millennium sculpture & an interesting camera angle, correct? I really enjoy these images. I like the inclusion of the people & the camera angle gives it a very futuristic, surreal look. All the angles, curves & color work very well together to form a well balanced composition. This is very creative & well seen. Keep it up, I like :)

Debby W.
Hello, Excellent job! I always like your shots. Your works are so inspiring....

Howard Dion
Sorry, Wils. This just doesn't work for me. Too obvious. I'd say it's just good but not great. The image just doesn't have that Tsoi PUNCH.

Giuseppe Miriello
Hi wilson! this is really original... strange angle and very nice reflection effect! really amazing.

Jayme Hall - Bardstown, KY
Daniel :) How did you know? LOL Maker's & a little diet cola.....hit the spot!

Linda Keagle
Hi Wilson....isn't this sculpture an amazing tool for images? I could've taken them all day (and night). I like this take on it a lot...especially the line of warm lights.

Ken Beilman
Wils You've got a treasure cove of shots from Chicago and lead the way in creative architectural shots. Very nice.

Lou Ann Aepelbacher
A Treasure Trove. Great description! What I like about this one is the reflection of the sidewalk area ... it adds a good amount of negative space that balances the busy-ness of the lights and lines from the buildings, both reflected & not.

Wilson Tsoi
"Windy City," Cloud Gate and The Heritage Tower Interpreting Chicago. Works? Feedback is welcome.

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