They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery and this won’t be the first time I’ve copied Scott Wyden. Scott has geography on his side, but in the four days I was lucky enough to visit New York I loaded up on some serious ammunition! Scott’s post today reminded me of these locks, which I hadn’t really any idea …
This night-time shot of the Madison Square Garden area was taken from the Empire State Building, and post-processed in Photoshop to give the Tilt-Shift effect, and capture the highlights, without losing the lowlights.
Captured from the roof of the Rockefeller, relatively early in the morning – I’ve tried to capture the expansiveness of Central Park, in relation to midtown Manhattan.
I’m moving server today so I’ll keep this post brief. A fake ’tilt and shift’ produced in Photoshop
I’m a big fan of Frank Miller, and I thought I’d revisit a prior shot of Radio City in New York. His brooding, gothic style is quite distinctive; and this photograph isn’t probably saturated enough – but I thought this was a very different way of processing the image.
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Walking over the Brooklyn Bridge, with my eyes to Manhattan I was fascinated by the intricate web of cables that support the bridge (unrelated, but similar to Scott Wyden’s post). I’d also been trying hard to experiment with a technique of layering images to remove the interference of passers-by affecting my capturing the structure. This image is a total of just over 20 such …