Monday, February 15

Office Space

Contributed by A Pond

I took this picture downtown using a wide angle lens. I took it in the car so the picture was taken really fast. All I did was adjust the exposure, color tint, and saturation.

21 comments:

Sirbumpy said...

I love the angle that you used to take the shot. By being low, the building seems all the more impressive and almost dizzying in its height. The photo seems a little off in its placement; however, you did take this from the car so that is completely understandable. I also love the lighting in the shot. The windows really contrast with the brown bricks of the building and the relative neutral sky.

Art Courses said...

I have to admit that even though it was just a quick shot, it still looks so good. some shots that was taken that fast does not look that great.

Anonymous said...

Aryn! This is a great picture even though it was a quick shot, because I know my quick shots look blurry whenever I take one. I love the lighting in this shot!

Anonymous said...

I like the angle at which you took the photo. It is very good for a drive by shot.I like the slightly faded colors and the architecture of the building. I also like how the building is not in the center of the photo.
-KB SPHS

Anonymous said...

I think this photo is really cool. I really like the angle the photo was taken at. I also like how you can see the reflection of the sky and the other building in next to or across from it.

Anonymous said...

On this picture, i like the lines on this picture. The way the lines go up makes the building taller than it has to be. Also the colors on this picture is perfect, like balance and everything. Great Picture
SPHS- K.U

Anonymous said...

The colors of this photograph are amazing. The lighting also is well captured in the picture. The angle at which this photograph is taken does not put the building at the full center of interest, if slightly adjusted to the right would have made a suburb photograph. The clarity of this piece is very nice and really is a memorable photograph.
AML-ERHS

Anonymous said...

This photo has great perspective. It gives the illusion of the building never ending. I like how the windows reflect the tones in the sky.
ERHS-SM

Anonymous said...

I love the angle of this picture. I like the color adjustments that make the building look a little more blue. The building kind of has a little bit of a curve look to it, because of the lens. I like that. Overall, good work.
M.S. @ SPHS

Anonymous said...

You did a great job taking this picture - it''s hard to tell that it was taken at a fast speed at all. Great call on a wide angle lens, and it seems that you did just enough adjusting with the saturation, color, etc, so that it looks better, but not unreal. This is fantastic all around.

-Ross, SPHS

Anonymous said...

This picture is really cool! It's taken from a downward position but also really close up. The reflection of the neighboring building on the pig building is also really cool. The color is really dull at the bottom of the building and as your go up it gets lighter, which is really cool.

Anonymous said...

This is a very impressive photo if it was taken while moving in a vehicle. The building almost gives off an aura. It's a pretty good picture.
JM - SPHS

Anonymous said...

This skyscraper is an awesome picture. The angle is cool.


SPHS CS

Anonymous said...

I love the perspective of this shot I also like the reflection of the sky in the windows. nice job! BF SPHS

Anonymous said...

i really like the angle of this picture. i like the offset colors too, great job! it turned out awesome!

ac-sphs

Anonymous said...

Good job on this. With the lens you used you really get the bulk of the building, and in a way it even looks like its bending. Nice shot. W.H.

dacooksta said...

I like this photo. It reminds me of the opening theme of "30 Rock", but it seems to have a dark implication to it. The colors are very bleak, so it feels as though there's something sad or wrong with the building. Additionally, the perspective of the photo makes the building look curved in the top right corner, which adds to the feeling of wrongness. Interesting work.

Anonymous said...

This is a really great photo. I like the contrast between the windows and the bricks of the building. I also like the perspective you took this from. It really makes the building seem much taller. I also like how you are not exactly centered on the building. Maybe you wanted to be centered on it but in my opinion it looks better this way. It gives it an interesting point of view. Great job. Keep up the good work. ATP SPHS

Anonymous said...

This is a cool shot. The angle and perception are really good. Especially for a quick shot.I also like how there's one random window with light in it.

Logan W said...

This photo is really sucessful. Ive always been a fan of the linear concept of photography and i think this photo really achieves it. I like how the building is not in the dead center. The colors in the building are also very appealing to the eye. I also really like how there is refection in the buildings windows. The lighting i think is pretty good. I would of over exposed the picture alittle more. But overall i think this photo turned out great
OHSLCW

Ali said...

I like the perspective of this picture and how the lines lead your eyes toward the top of the picture. The warm colors are a very nice touch, and it's a very good picture for being taken in the car. The reflections in the window are especially nice, and I like how one window has three little lights inside of it that breaks the conformity of the same looking windows.

-SPHS AH