Hollywood & Highland Center by weswang (18223)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-25 23:46
What a sharp image you have executed. A very artistic rendering of this architecture concept.
The lights casting shadows around the building is good, and the crowds around it puts the scale against this cool building.
Good day, Wes.
W O R S H I P by sabyasachi1212 (19773)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-25 23:41
You got a steady hand to provide a good exposure for this shot, Sabs.
But I find the angle, from the top, seem too "flat" for the effects of the lamps to create the truely atmospheric for this image. Maybe a little sided angle?
Good day, Sabs.
Canal of Napoleon J b by jhm (140619)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-25 23:36
This is one of the most wonderful perspectively captured landscape shot.
The trees on the left seem to be tilted provided the effects that "live" up the motion. And furthermore, the vivid color are so interesting. Plus the reflectio, well, what a picture perfect reflection.
Good day, John.
Butterfly by sebla (81)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-25 23:30
I like to see the colorful parade of this annual event. A very unique one, and it don't happen in my country. So, TE provided the visual here.
Beautiful indeed, but a little under-exposed.
Through PS, try to increase the contrast a little and use selective color to enhance certain colors of the image. This will give "live" to the image, Sebla.
Good day, Sebla.
• Back in the days • by Manamo (3682)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-25 23:24
Thanks for dropping by.
Well, you got quite an impressive galleroes, too. And seem that you love nite shot, as well.
A very well written text of introduction, Marc.
Hey, is it the noise that I'm looking at, due to the high ISO used?
Or is it the texture of the building?
Nicely executed nite shot with good exposure value. But lacked the activity. Maybe a few couples strolling along the street will make up the atmosphere.
Good day, Marc.
Stairways to Shangri-La by chaity (1539)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-25 21:58
Beautiful PoV. But I preferred the foreground view, since it give a nicer environment with the greens surrounding the metal steel of what-you-called-this arch.
The fountain added "live" to this image, rather than the lonely worker, cleaning up the whole place by himself. Poor him!!
Ipoh Station VI by RGatward (20062)
kclai (2267) 2006-06-23 21:31
Nice to see your B&W rendered image comes in together with my colored version a few months back.
From the same angle as mine, it gives a different approach. the lights here play a major role of creating shadows on the floor.
Maybe a little lower angle will put the depth better.
Cheers and have a nice weekend, Richard.