"Paradoxically though it may seem, it is none the less true that life imitates art far more than art imitates life."
— Oscar Wilde
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I'm really liking these colour works. The sweeping arc of the lights makes a cracking composition- brilliant!
7 Aug 2009 5:30am
Nice, very filmlike qualities... and aged as well.
7 Aug 2009 5:44am
@Ivar: Thanks so much Ivar....it is film :)
une belle perspective !
7 Aug 2009 5:50am
Reminds me when I was a little girl, my dad drove his car, and from the back seat, my cheek stuck to the glass, I discovered the buildings and cityscape this way, my eyes up and my face trembling a little due to the movement on the road... Thks for the memories, with those colors close to dreams ~
7 Aug 2009 5:57am
Love the colours and composition
7 Aug 2009 6:03am
fantastic framing, love it :))
7 Aug 2009 8:32am
Una perspectiva diferente, muy lograda... el tono me gusta muchisimo.
7 Aug 2009 10:55am
Well done, very different, very dyzzying...whoah...what a ride ;)
7 Aug 2009 11:41am
This is a bit different for you, Sharon. Seems like an extension of your style. The perspective, vignetting and tones, though, give this the same aura of mystery that we're accustomed to seeing in your black and white work.
7 Aug 2009 11:56am
@Andrew Gould: Thank you Andrew. Yes, it is a series of shots I have taken with my new Lomo LC-A camera. So yes, it is indeed different :)
Great perspective. Love the lomo. I just ordered a Holga - my first lomo camera.
7 Aug 2009 12:27pm
@jeff (aka dogilicious): Thanks Jeff!
Oh! I can't wait to see your Holga shots and you are going to have fun. It's kind of a liberating feeling shooting with a Holga.
nicely angled and framed image, converging verticals work here
7 Aug 2009 12:38pm
Great perspective on this shot Sharon! I think you are having too much fun with this new camera... ;-))) Keep it up!!!
7 Aug 2009 12:45pm
really nice color tones here.
7 Aug 2009 12:46pm
Great & interesting angle of view. We feel so small....
7 Aug 2009 12:56pm
the city in lomo! love it! i really like the saturation here.. :)
7 Aug 2009 1:18pm
Fantastic angle of view!!! Super shot!
7 Aug 2009 1:29pm
7 Aug 2009 1:40pm
Well done Sharon, it goes to show that a good photographer can use any camera & get get a very good shot.
7 Aug 2009 1:55pm
"Tall buildings shake / Voices escape singing sad sad songs" (Wilco)
One of the best perspetives I've ever seen. And your lomo city creates scripts & films in my head. Stunning & amazing, Sharon. A pearl indeed. Thanks for this beauty. All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.
7 Aug 2009 2:11pm
Am loving the rich colors in these images. Creative point-of-view!!!
7 Aug 2009 2:54pm
fantastic and spectacular excellent foto
7 Aug 2009 2:56pm
A refreshing approach similar to drawing with ink and a twig. best...jerry
7 Aug 2009 3:03pm
7 Aug 2009 3:55pm
Love your angle and perspective! What an interesting dreamlike city mood!:-)
7 Aug 2009 5:29pm
Colours are great, but the angle of view is outstanding. Great result.
7 Aug 2009 8:15pm
another fine shot. the lca seems like a perfect fit for you.
7 Aug 2009 8:23pm
Very nice picture ! I like the curve of the different buildings and the edges.
7 Aug 2009 9:01pm
I just love this photo ... where well framed by you, the best part of the picture is the angle and the colors ...
7 Aug 2009 9:12pm
Love your composition and cropping. Terrific.
7 Aug 2009 11:29pm
You like lomo very much, no ? I enjoyed this special atmosphere. What does "x-processed" mean ?
7 Aug 2009 11:57pm
@Hiro: Thank you Hiro :)
Yes, I have been enjoying my lc-a very much. I look forward to processing the black and white film that is in the camera now. X-processing means that the film was cross processed. Instead of the usual C41 process used for negative film, the process was E3 which is used for slide film. That gives those wacky colours.
Fantastic - I love the color and the angle!
8 Aug 2009 12:25am
Neat perspective. Super quote.
8 Aug 2009 12:36am
Love how the curves and lines relate here. Great geometry, color and effect.
8 Aug 2009 4:56am
I like the arch as a frame and the wide angle distortion. I noticed at right a little piece of the reflected building, which is a brilliant idea, to my opinion, creating a second diagonal (after the traffic light).
Great work, Sharon, with a high graphical dynamic!!!
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8 Aug 2009 6:38pm
Brilliantly composed and framed. A fantastic urban shot.
8 Aug 2009 8:38pm
Great sweeping angle of the traffic signals.
9 Aug 2009 6:26pm
Beautiful cross-processing. I like the curving traffic light, bring attention to the middle of the frame.
9 Aug 2009 8:59pm
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