Categories Architecture Black n White Fisheye HDR Photos Urban 42nd & 2dor Post author By Rian Post date May 8, 2010 21 Comments on 42nd & 2dor … Tags Tudor Place ← 1-2-3 → homework 21 replies on “42nd & 2dor” terrific atmosphere and vertical depth, impressive this one Really dig the processing here, Rian. Nicely done Rian, I always look at trees and branches and try to think how to uniquely capture them, you have done that nicely here. Great shot. Wicked! I like the post processing. It looks like a haunted mansion / apartment or something. Haha. Great composition with the branches. Looks haunted and spooky. This view up through the trees with the street sign has a fine mood about it. A very appealing and somewhat stylized image… Works for me. a beautiful photograph and the visual angle also, beautiful treatment, cheer! Wow, super ominous and wonderful image. Great work here dude. How cool processing :)) Looks spooky somehow 🙂 Like something out of a scary movie. I love the shades of blue. oooooh skeery shot, skeeeeeery shot!!! love the processing!!! Very dramatic! The tree against the buildings is cool. spooky. i half expect to meet rosemary’s baby in the doorway, a knife hidden in his baby blankets. the doorman smiles when he opens the door, and you hardly hear the click as he locks it behind you. the elevator doesn’t work, and bathwater is running under the door of 4c. promptly at dinnertime, the lights flicker. the cat in 6a won’t stop meowing until you reach the roof. as you look up, a cloud hides the moon. wow! fantastic mood. incredible capture. nicely done. wow is right. great mood. and you totally made this look like film. creepy 🙂 Wow kinda spooky! Love the way the buildings tower over you. Very cool! Lovely cool tone..nice ambiance! Beautiful tone & love the interest of the sign on the right. This is alittle eerie! Great processing! Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.