dark skies and skyscrapers

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by loopguru, Mar 17, 2006.

  1. loopguru

    loopguru TPF Noob!

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    Experimenting with fg/bg contrast differences.

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    wow, very awesome shots.

    that last one is fantastic.
     
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    I like the effect, it looks cool, but also unnatural.
     
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    NIce job. They look cool
     
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    Love the shots. Many of us can take natural looking photographs. It takes an artist to make something natural look very artistic. I love the artsy look. Good job.
     
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    I love architecture shots and feel they're a great place to enhance what the naked eye sees. You've done a good job with these: very attractive and eye-appealing. :)
     
  7. loopguru

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    Thank you for the comments; I am trying to go for a "real looking" surreal atmosphere. I'm not sure if the first attempt got me where I wanted to go.
     

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