Thursday, October 21

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Contributed By R Collier



I didn't do as much editing on this picture as I am used to, but I did change the brightness/contrast, shadows/highlights, and ran an exposure layer. I thoroughly enjoyed the strange streak of standing colors on the brick of this building and I like how the picture turned out.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Your photos are always really amazing - I think I say this every time I comment on one of them, haha. I really love the subject. That random streak of colors is really interesting and it's awesome that you just found that somewhere. It looks like something that would normally be edited in.. just look how well the different colored bricks blend together!

Anywho, wonderful photo as always!

- summer / sphs.

Ali said...

I really like the contrast between the colorful bricks and the normal bricks-- how it faces into the other is just perfect! The leading lines between the bricks are very nice, too, and I especially like the three big bricks in the front. The slightly desaturated colors are wonderful, too. Good job!

-SPHS A.H.

Anonymous said...

This picture is very well composed, and has good exposure. I like the leading lines also that draw your attention very well.

Anonymous said...

I really enjoy this picture. The way the bricks change is cool itself. I think you should have not got the background on the left hand side. Other than that the picture is good.
sphs E.W.

Anonymous said...

Cool photo. Nice exposure and lighting. It has a really industrial type mood, and I like the angle you chose to take this photo. Maybe just work on the focus a little, but still a great shot.

RJ W. - ERHS

Anonymous said...

i love the random colors of the bricks! i also love the exposure and how dark it is. very great pic!

Anonymous said...

The colors and contrast in the bricks are very strong and stand out nicely. I think it would be more interesting if the marking had been in the center of the wall instead of on the side, but unless you were the one who put it there, I guess there's really nothing you can do about it. Nice job. -JB SPHS

Brigitte F - PHS said...

I really like this picture because it has movement making my eye go from one side of the picture to the other seeing everything. It also uses the rule of thirds with the patch of colorful bricks next to the dull grey ones, making them stand out more.

Brigitte F - PHS said...

I really like this picture because it has movement making my eye go from one side of the picture to the other seeing everything. It also uses the rule of thirds with the patch of colorful bricks next to the dull grey ones, making them stand out more.

Anonymous said...

Very cool photo. Urban scenes always have an aspect to them that's easy to capture, and the value seems to hold itself up. The color of the bricks is what makes this an appealing image, but a higher contrast would have been nicer.

Anonymous said...

This is an awesome photograph. My favorite part is the texture. The rust and deterioration of the bricks is appealing, as well as the variety of colors the photograph exposes. The angle of the photo is amazing, also. great job!