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Nov 05, 2009 18:16 |  #1
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I shot these on the hudson river. Tried to get a different perspective. CC welcome.


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Nov 12, 2009 17:34 |  #2
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Nov 13, 2009 05:25 |  #3

it might make a difference if the pictures were rotated counterclockwise. but that's just my opinion.


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Nov 13, 2009 05:54 |  #4

I like the treatment of the water and the composition.

What complicates these images is that the brain still wants to see these images as the right way up. Subtracting colour or perhaps changing the images to IR might just give these a bit more appeal.

Images such as these do have good appeal, it's always interesting to see a new perspective on a subject. A series of images like these may have great appeal and be very marketable.


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Nov 13, 2009 08:02 |  #5

Very cool! I like how you did it.


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Nov 13, 2009 10:25 |  #6

First thing I did when I looked at these was tilt my head to the right. I think they would look better rotated correctly.


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Nov 13, 2009 16:33 |  #7
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thanks for the comments. I was aiming for a bit of a mind bend. It's strange how a pic can physically turn a head to the right.

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Nov 13, 2009 16:48 |  #8

The images make me immediately want to tilt my head. I like how it throws you off though, it's a nice change. #2 is my favorite.




  
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Nov 14, 2009 16:45 |  #9

Really nice shots :cool:

Like the others, my head went to tilt automatically. Then I tilted my laptop 90 degrees, and I know it's more predictable, but I honestly thought they looked all the more appealing in the 'correct' orientation...

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