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The Dwelling

NIKON D50 1/10 second F/5.6 39 mm (35mm equiv.)

Helen from Melbourne, Australia

Oh my! This looks like something from a fairy tale. Incredible. Well done. As usual the processing is extraordinary.

15 Feb 2007 2:10pm

Darren from Japan

Nice set up you have there mate.

15 Feb 2007 2:19pm

Craiger from Vacaville, California, United States

Your work gives me something to shoot for! Thanks!

15 Feb 2007 2:34pm

Alfredo J. Martiz J. from Tokyo, Japan

Great composition, really nice work!

15 Feb 2007 3:06pm

badala from Leiria, Portugal

This is true?
Mysterious and spooky!

15 Feb 2007 5:55pm

@badala: Shot in my basement studio with a combination of props and photoshop.

elaine from paris, France

Oh! that is stupendous! great compo! makes me think of Tim Burton's films!!This is a miniature isn't it?

15 Feb 2007 6:17pm

@elaine: Yes a minature.

kaveh from TEHRAN, Iran

very tranquilizing & cool! nice work.

15 Feb 2007 6:18pm

Jen from Jessup, United States

Spooky and very cool!

15 Feb 2007 6:32pm

Still from Valence, France

Wow! strange and austere! Beautiful one!

15 Feb 2007 8:09pm

Chris Sullivan from Melbourne, Australia

Looks like a scene straight out of Tim Burton's mind. Extreremly well executed Craig, great work!

15 Feb 2007 8:22pm

Angry Buddha from United States

As always, I'm in awe of your PP skills.

15 Feb 2007 9:23pm

Michael Zhang from New York City, United States

Wow this location is intense. The cross and gradient work so well. Great creation!

15 Feb 2007 9:32pm

Pero from Kyoto, Japan

Mysterious and beautiful. Great image.

15 Feb 2007 10:19pm

Sarah from Gainesville, United States

Just have to echo everybody else -- spooky in that "I want to explore it" kind of way.... great shot!

16 Feb 2007 12:37am

Shuva from Hyderabad, India

This one is far more better than the Winter Tree.

16 Feb 2007 5:04am

Martine Lapointe from Québec, Canada

A mystic shot. Fantastic!

16 Feb 2007 5:40pm

Damon Schreiber from Toronto, Canada

An amazing flight of fancy! I think it could benefit from a more '3-d' less flat appearance, though I'm at a loss about how to achieve this.

18 Feb 2007 9:26pm

Duncan Galbraith from kyoto, Japan

My word Craig. How on earth you managed this (even with the knowledge you employed a miniature) is beyond me. It brought Gaimans 'sandman' to mind,specifically the home of Orpheus.

23 Feb 2007 5:01am

@Duncan Galbraith: Thanks Duncan. I had a lot of fun in creating this one. Hope to do more minature pieces in the future. :-)

1/10 second
39 mm (35mm equiv.)