Waiting for the bus...
High-Resolution version here.
[Downsview Station, Toronto]
This is great! Love the perspective, the composition and the processing. One of my favorites of yours Damon. Outstanding shot!
16 Jan 2007 5:15am
@Stu: Thanks, Stu! Glad you liked it. The sun was unusually strong that morning; although I go to the same place most mornings, I've never seen it streaming like that before.
Fantastic, I love it when crouched down awkwardly, people pass by then turn around saying to themselves "hun?" little do they know fine art is being created! And that staring dude on the left is even part of it!
16 Jan 2007 6:34am
@Maoya: Thank you, Maoya! The way you describe it: it's as though you were there. I guess you have 'been there' at least experientially.
Nice expression again Damon :)
16 Jan 2007 8:35am
@H.O: Thanks again, Hiro-san!
16 Jan 2007 12:21pm
@Makoto: Glad you liked it, Makoto-san! I feel honoured to read that it looks like a scene from a movie. No problem using 日本語. 習得したいだから。。。
Good processing in b/w shot !
16 Jan 2007 1:05pm
@Kheoh Yee Wei: Thanks, Kheoh!
On these shadow mornings, not yet really awake, I search in vain for the high-res link, muttering, "It's gotta be here somewhere ..."
16 Jan 2007 1:29pm
@JS: My apologies...
Cool shot! great composition and contrast.
16 Jan 2007 2:33pm
@Bahar: Thanks very much, Bahar!
Nicely composed and great conversion to B&W.
16 Jan 2007 2:57pm
@Angry Buddha: Thank you, Sean!
very cool picture, i like the way this man springs from the shining blurred background!
16 Jan 2007 4:27pm
@elaine: Thank you very much, Elaine!
Excellent shot !
16 Jan 2007 4:33pm
@Tim: Thanks, Tim!
Interesting game on light!
16 Jan 2007 9:14pm
@Still: Thanks, Still! The sun was enjoying itself that morning.
Very cool shot Damon. Love the depth of field in this one, and the shadows the columns and commuters are casting across the ground. Excellent work!
16 Jan 2007 9:54pm
@Chris Sullivan: Thanks, Chris! I'll admit that I totally cheated by adding gaussian blur around the man. The shot itself was fairly sharp throughout originally. I was working on the image and it suddenly struck me that he should be more clearly defined in such a glowing world.
Uh-huh, I agree with Chris - great DoF... Love the focus and blur too!
16 Jan 2007 11:52pm
@Mammoth in Chief: Thanks, Mammoth! I'll have to take issue with something though... It's a pet peeve of mine when people say 'depth of field' to mean shallow depth of field. Sorry; I'm a stickler for photo jargon.
On a related note, my phrase of the day, courtesy of the paparazzi, is "hosing the doris" which means keeping the button pressed and taking as many frames as possible in the shortest conceivable time of any female celebrity
This is excellent. Love the love shadowed lines. Great post-production on this.
16 Jan 2007 11:57pm
@Aaron Schmidt: Many thanks, Aaron!
Wonderful shot. I like the slightly blurry image and the contrasting. Great!
17 Jan 2007 2:28am
@Lynne: Thank you, Lynne!
beautiful work Damon. The blur (gaussian?) is exquisitely judged. and the lighting is immaculatly rendered. It's most cinemtaic. A dream sequence perhaps. Its as if the shadows and light spilling across the floor are paths in themselves.
17 Jan 2007 2:38pm
@Duncan Galbraith: Hey thanks, Duncan! I can see why they pull out those huge lights when filming movies - sure adds something to a scene. Yes, it was gaussian blur by the way.
the composition and light here is amazing! Nice contrast!
17 Jan 2007 6:04pm
@Nicola: Thanks very much, Nicola!
This is a very excellent shot! Bravo!
18 Jan 2007 6:05pm
@Martine Lapointe: Merci beaucoup, Martine!
Ground shot is very impressive, great capture.
22 Jan 2007 1:45am
@TravBoy: Thanks, TravBoy!
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