...and such interesting reflections they are. Great lighting!
your tilt-shift-lens has astound us AGAIN(:
i like the prespective, its interesting how you usually do a looking up view, but you chose a bird's eyeview instead this time.
I just watching river Danube flood from TV news，
Is it Toronto flood？
what’s the taxi waiting for？A big wave？
Is that real? It looks like a model.
Is that a real tilt/shift pic? Or is it photoshoppped? Only the photographer knows for sure ;-)
i like this one sssooooo much, but i just can't say why.... It looks like some kind of pictural lullaby to me.
Anyway, i've never seen that city so empty, must have been really early...
is that tilt shift? or is it lensbaby?
Great that JUST the cab has color.
I love this one. I imagine a similar view of the ROM when completed would yield some amazing reflections.
But you have done some Photoshopping on this, right?
Looks a little artificial or maybe like a set from sin city ;)
With kind regards,
funny...we posted similar photos today.
i like all the shadows in this one.
This is really nice. So many elements floating equally!
Amazing shot. It's very surreal looking. Nice use of DoF. I love how the lone cab draws your attention.
Is this using a tilt/shift lens? (sorry couldn't get into forum :)
Great angle and elevation for this shot. I know this place well!
Oooh, neat! One of those tilt/shift pics that are so popular just now. Did you create the effect in PhotoShop or do you have a tilt/shift lens? This pic turned out really neat.
Wow, so this is actually a *real* view and not a model?
Looks FAKE. Looks like a really good model of that street. Even the 1 person in te street looks like a toy.....
Wow this looks like a miniture village or something you see through a magnifying glass, sooo good!
Looks just like one of those miniature world exhibits I went to as a kid but so much better! The reflections of light (?) on the road are amazing, as are the ones on the buildings.
I don't know how you could be so patient. I'd sooner give up and take a picture of a tree.
Looks like a miniature or something. Awesome shot!
Yeah, I thought this was a picture of a model, too, from when you were at that place in Germany (?).
Now, your challenge is take a picture of a model town and make it look *real*! Excellent work, as always! :)
theres more than one person in this shot... i can count about 7 :)
nice shot btw
It looks like a scale model. Good work!
Whatever you did, this is very cool. Love the shadows and reflections.
Well worth the wait, perfect timing! I love the hustle and bustle, but more with the dead spots in between.
Wow... great effects! I never get tired of seeing real life in toy-form...
A perfect composition! All of your efforts really paid off, this is a phenomenal shot!
I just want to say that your photography is amazing. I have been following this site for quite a while now.I recently got myself a new digital camera. It's nothing fancy - just a point and shoot, but since I do really like snapping photos, I have employed some of the techniques that I see on this site into my photos. I even spent the money for a floor size tipod to stabilize the camera for senery since I tend to have abitof a shaky hand. Thank you for your inspiration, and keepup the good work. - Nate
I recognize this corner..
Makes me miss 'home'..
Yes, this is a real picture :o)
I love that Tilt-Shift effect. That is the coolest technique ever.
It is really hard to believe that you did'nt use photoshop. Anyway, it is also a very good shot and composition.
You have a great success with this photography.
I appreciate it.
I like the tilt-shift effect. It almost looks like a miniature city. The selective focus is stunning!
Next weekend one of my friend lent me is tse 24mm.
I realy impatient to try it