Metro Tech in Brooklyn, NY

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  1. bnz506

    bnz506 TPF Noob!

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    I dont know if I posted the original one here, but I shot these buildings once and hated the way it came out (because I didnt get the street) so I reshot it today to see if it would look any better. Now I just need to wait to do it again when i have a clear sky with some clouds. This is all done in HDR.


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    the B&W one is awesome, really interesting point of view
     
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    the thing I like best is you can see the convergence,although most times you want to correct it it looks like the buildings are falling in on you and especially in the B&W I think it works great, almost transforms the picture and gives a little sense of forboding or dread.
     
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    1st one for me. I love shots like this. How did you get suc an angle?

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    thx,

    I have a really wide lens (10-20mm sigma) and lined the building on the right with the right side of the view finder.
     
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    I like the colors in the orignial picture. Hopefully when you go back on that clear day you can recapture that nice "golden-ish" glow on the one building. And the rusty red on the center building really helps hold me in and not want to stop looking because of the odd (but nice) angle.

    However, I do have to say I like the muted colors on the 2nd... almost feels hand colored (had the day been anymore grey). :) As well, the b&w has a nice mysterious feel to it - though blown out a little in the center-right.
     

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