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photoblog image CityScape #1

CityScape #1

2nd Image in my Portfolio


Thanks for yesterdays comments and all, I appericate them. Some of you read and some of you just commented based on what you saw. What am showing here is my experiments, process and the hardwork put into the results of these images you have seen, what you are seeing and what you are about to see and of course the picture too.   :) 

About this shot, I captured it on the 3rd class trip, which was at Central Park. We were to Photograph Nature and People and Anything, after photographing what we were assigned to, I had a few frames left and this is one result from the few frames. For those of you who weren't feeling yesterday's shot...I hope this one works for you.  :)...Cheers!

This frame: Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 3, f.8, 25secs (Test Strip 10secs each)

CityScape #1

2nd Image in my Portfolio


Thanks for yesterdays comments and all, I appericate them. Some of you read and some of you just commented based on what you saw. What am showing here is my experiments, process and the hardwork put into the results of these images you have seen, what you are seeing and what you are about to see and of course the picture too.   :) 

About this shot, I captured it on the 3rd class trip, which was at Central Park. We were to Photograph Nature and People and Anything, after photographing what we were assigned to, I had a few frames left and this is one result from the few frames. For those of you who weren't feeling yesterday's shot...I hope this one works for you.  :)...Cheers!

This frame: Canon EOS K2, 35mm Film - Fuji Neopan 400, Filter 3, f.8, 25secs (Test Strip 10secs each)

comments (27)

Have you checked out Margaret Bourke-White. To me, this is somewhat reminiscent of her work. Her shots of skyscrapers are amazing.
Nacha Kama: No i haven't i will go look her up. Thanks Michael.
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 1 Sep 2007, 02:12
Definitely in a wow category. It is a wonder how the spur of the moment shots can work out so good. In this shot I can feel the height, not only see it.
Nacha Kama: Awww Thanks Louis!
  • Sidney
  • Philippines
  • 1 Sep 2007, 02:48
Impressive building. Nicely captured. I want my office at the top floor ! ;-)
Nacha Kama: That would be Awesome Sidney! But maybe scary for me when looking down sad
  • Daniel
  • Belgium
  • 1 Sep 2007, 06:37
Fantastic angle !
Beau N&B
A bientôt ChaCha,

Daniel
Nacha Kama: Merci Daniel
I dig! Nicely done, Chacha wink
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 1 Sep 2007, 07:56
You do definitely get the feeling of height here, NaCha!

I think it's wonderful that you're doing all this experimenting and passing on your progression to us. Thanks.
Nacha Kama: You very welcome Granny!
Thanks also for regarding me as one of your best SC people! :d
Stark, sleek and beautiful. (:o)
Nacha Kama: Thanks Rosa
  • vinz
  • France, Rennes
  • 1 Sep 2007, 08:47
Belle photo, j'aime bien le traitement qui va avec.. Nice shot!
Nacha Kama: Merci mais lui n'est pas numérique, celui-ci ont été tirés avec tous nos remerciements de film de l'arrêt près
  • Olaide
  • Fort Collins, CO USA
  • 1 Sep 2007, 09:21
your angle is very professional. Awesome shot sister.
Nacha Kama: Thanks man!
  • kty
  • 1 Sep 2007, 09:47
coucou, on dirait une échelle qui monte vers le ciel .
Nacha Kama: vrai rectifiez....merci
  • nissou*
  • belgium
  • 1 Sep 2007, 12:14
moi ça me donne envie de vivre aux USA... smile
Nacha Kama: Bon pour entendre cela, essai pour visiter bientôt....merci pour s'arrêter près.
nice work on the toning of this tack sharp shot...
  • iskoo
  • philippines
  • 1 Sep 2007, 14:44
now i am reading, hehe. i wonder what would be the view from the top. really tall building and looks elegant smile
Elégante prise de vue.
Bon W.E
Dan
  • Kay
  • United States
  • 1 Sep 2007, 15:44
Wonderful processing, Nacha. The building looks shiny!
  • Ofon
  • United States
  • 1 Sep 2007, 16:14
Great capture; Magnificent!
  • Tracy
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Sep 2007, 18:17
Such a large building, glad I dont have to take the stairs. Lovely shot.
  • patrick
  • arles france
  • 1 Sep 2007, 21:46
quel magnifique traitement !
  • Still
  • 1 Sep 2007, 22:32
Very well done! i like it !
  • alex
  • Netherlands
  • 1 Sep 2007, 23:01
Good you have the courage to post experiments. I try to do the same. Great feeling of height.

My first idea was that the sky was burned out, but a dramatic sky might have detracted from the impact of the building.

My second thought was that I would have liked a bit more contrast - what do you think.

I'd hate to be on top looking down. In situations like that I sway too much.
  • Stunner
  • Jamaica
  • 1 Sep 2007, 23:36
This is an impressive shot of this very tall building! The processing really makes the building stand out.
  • johnnyg
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 1 Sep 2007, 23:53
I'm feeling this one very much, the tone the scale the feeling of yesteryear yes I do feel this one.

J
I think it's come out very well with this stark look. Nice lines and detail against the plain background.
  • rags
  • United States
  • 3 Sep 2007, 01:01
lovely! was it a cloudy day? Your blacks and whites are superb. Maybe the sky needs a little burning, but that depends on whether there are actually clouds out there to burn in.
  • jump
  • France
  • 3 Sep 2007, 07:57
Impressive... smile
This has an interesting feeling with the contrast of the sky containing no clouds or maybe its all clouds an overcast day.
  • Nicolas
  • France
  • 10 Sep 2007, 22:36
Great perspectives ... !!

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