Tuesday, May 18

Open All Night

Contributed by J Bryan


I was headed to this restaurant pretty late at night, knowing that they usually stay open. Turned out they had gone out of business. I cropped the picture in and increased the contrast a tiny bit.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

I like how the door and the newspaper stand are both out to the side. Having the focal points to both sides make the picture very interesting. I also like the dark colors. It makes the mood very mysterious.

Anonymous said...

This is interesting. The walls of the building are a little bare, but the aura of a closed building is present in this picture. I really like how lonely the building seems, especially so late at night. I think it could have looked a little bit better if there was a more prominent subject - it seems a little bit empty. Overall, great job!

Anonymous said...

I would not say that this picture is my favorite, it is good picture quality but i'm not sure what point of the picture is. But i do like the reflections in the door, that is pretty good!

AD- SPHS

Anonymous said...

I love this picture. The rule of thirds is executed really well. The contrast looks good and the picture is very crisp and clear. Good job.
M.S. @ SPHS

Anonymous said...

The mood of this photograph is interesting. It's a plain sort of photo, but it speaks about the loneliness of the streets. The timing and lighting of the photo give it a sad look.

-cb SPHS

Anonymous said...

I like the dark setting. it creates a creepy and mysterious mood that makes me wonder whats going on at a place like this at this point in time. i like how most of the picture is simple but it arouses suspension and brings up questions.
I.B.

Anonymous said...

This picture does not contain a lot of items,but it is a nice capture.Its quite interesting photo.The effects done to it makes the photo a nice one.

CK,SPHS

Erika ^-^ said...

I like this picture. Its like 2 pictures in one. One picture is focused on one thing and it shows another thing on the other side. I like the contrast.
FPHS Erika Y.