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Raz\/an
11th of November 2009 (Wed), 14:12
CnC please, shot some weeks ago in Amsterdam.
http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3444/3896188794_f7c0956ae4_b.jpg

BigWebb83
11th of November 2009 (Wed), 14:20
to much pp

GorgeShooter
11th of November 2009 (Wed), 15:01
Seems flat to me. No dimension to it.

Flo
11th of November 2009 (Wed), 15:14
What is with the sky?:confused: Halos are everywhere, and the crop is odd? Very helter skelter feel for me.sorry.

masayako
11th of November 2009 (Wed), 21:18
HDR?

Raz\/an
11th of November 2009 (Wed), 23:34
Nope, not HDR...mainly I wanted it to look like a postcard or something like that. Hope that next time the results will be better.

Grimage
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 04:09
I find this image very interesting! People tend to look at images from one dimension.... but this one as an image definitely is interesting. Keep up the great work!

jetcode
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 06:28
I like the print tone of the buildings but am not crazy about the sky even if expressive and creative, it isn't consistent enough for my tastes to be a conclusive element. It is interesting in the 3rd building from the left that the windows progressively shrink in size from bottom to top, not quite a golden mean ratio but definitely similar.

drumsfield
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 06:56
I'm not a fan of the post processing.

howaboutnow
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 18:37
There is a halo around the top of the houses, plus there is a funny curvy line in the sky, plus there seems to be no depth whatsoever. I think you can capture Amsterdam better then this!

mikekelley
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 19:32
i would love this if the cars werent there!

neilrohrbacker
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 19:34
over processed...

hdco1209
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 21:05
I agree that it's over-processed and one reason that's so noticeable is that the image lacks a focal point...my eyes don't quite know where to look, so they look at the processing. Doesn't seem to have a point of view.

jacksonvillenp
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 21:06
I think it looks like an 80's maybe 90's video from Peter Gabriel- waiting for the cars to start moving and the music to start. Please don't be offended, I say that because I LOVE it!!! It is very unique, flat and bizarre all at the same time. For modern artsy-effect, in my book you get an A+

PixelPusher
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 22:10
I think the picture had more potential with a real sky. Just my 2 cents. I like all the windows.

Drowned
12th of November 2009 (Thu), 22:18
I think it looks like an 80's maybe 90's video from Peter Gabriel- waiting for the cars to start moving and the music to start.

Exactly what I thought when I saw it... :D