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after the rain
after the rain
nixter


Photograph Information Photographer's Comments
Camera: Canon EOS-350D Rebel XT
Lens: Sigma 24-70mm f/2.8 EX DG Macro for Canon
Aperture: f2.8
ISO: 200
Shutter: 1/1000s
Galleries: Urban, Blur
Date Uploaded: Aug 3, 2007

Viewed: 452
Comments: 15
Favorites: 5 (view)

day four
Shot this in the city through a window that encloses an overhead walkway overpass thing. The black line is a join in the glass. It just stopped raining.
Cross processed
Yeah again! :) It's the first thing I try on almost every shot I take lately, I have found that on some shots that are going to be b&w, it really helps to increase the range of b&w tones. I'll do a curves layer and cross process, then add a channel mixer layer to convert to b&w.

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11/15/2007 07:59:39 PM
Beautiful! Really tight image.
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08/11/2007 11:51:23 AM
You've got a nicely uneven set of quadrants set up here, with the glass join and painted line in the background - I really like the look of this shot.
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08/05/2007 09:42:01 PM
This is soooo good. The stark dividing line works surprisingly well here too. Of course you are a master of mood lighting & editing... Well done.
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08/05/2007 10:02:44 AM
I love how the raindrops are very clear and sharp, making the background blur look dreamy and pretty. You are very good at this type of photography!

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08/04/2007 11:09:27 AM
Expert & admirable continuity to lovely sibling Begining both w/cross process tone & classic crosshatch design matrix. Great work.
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08/04/2007 12:09:42 AM
Just beautiful. :)
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08/03/2007 11:33:08 PM
Yep, works. Cross works on this, probably better than pure B&W. There's an interesting set of pale diagonals which compliment not only the dividing line but the thirds as well. One of the best in this exercise so far, in my opinion.
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08/03/2007 10:30:30 PM
Damn, Nick. I can peg your stuff from the thumbs!!! I am a big lover of the drippy window. This certainly does NOT disappoint. I like the mystery of it yet we know it's a person over there. The rest is left up to our imagination, which is truly a sign of art when you make the viewer think.
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08/03/2007 09:23:00 PM
WOW< Nick, you are so talented. This is PERFECT. Adding to my favorites.
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08/03/2007 09:16:27 PM
Phenomenal. Adding to faves now.
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08/03/2007 09:03:23 PM
A beautiful image with plenty of emotion. That city feeling comes through loud and strong. Very nice.
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08/03/2007 09:00:22 PM
DEFINATELY YOU AND VERY VERY GOOD.....
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08/03/2007 08:29:57 PM
another great photograph nick .. that cross processing really works for you .. :)
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08/03/2007 08:28:47 PM
This is awesome. It is incredibly evocative. The sharp dividing line makes the image.
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08/03/2007 08:21:37 PM
i think this could be a nice abstract print.
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