Posted by Craig Persel (Montreal, Canada) on 15 November 2007 in Architecture.
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I like this picture. This is one that should be 22" wide and in a frame.
16 Nov 2007 12:47am
This is very cool. The treatment is very effective for this scene. I am curious about the original image and what you did to achieve this result.
16 Nov 2007 11:32am
@Laurie: Thank you. I had to work quite hard with processing to achieve this image. Lots of layering of NIK filters in Photoshop to get the final result.
Lots of atmosphere! Excellent!
16 Nov 2007 2:07pm
Looks like a dream/nightmare, but in a good way.
16 Nov 2007 9:15pm
Depressing dark scene. A little too centered, but that does not detract from the overall grimy feel. Good job.
17 Nov 2007 8:21pm
@Daniel: Thanks. My feeling is that it is good to break the 2/3 "rule" now and then. :-) Centering can actually make the scene more unsettling. Take for instance the films of Stanley Kubrick. He uses very symmetrical framing of his scenes which lend them a very unique and more surreal quality.
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