City Sunset

Nikon D200, Nikor 18-70mm f/3.5-4.5 lens, 4.0 sec f/16
A very slight Orton Effect added in P/S

Posted by Jim Craig on Sat, 02/24/07 10:57
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Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Sat, 02/24/07 12:59

I like the perspective that you were able to obtain for this image with the light from the setting sun highlighting the facade of the large building, the reflective quality of the water (almost a study in itself with the inclusion of the white fishing boat), and the visual balance that is created by the lightness of the building facade and that of the foreground water. Perhaps just the diagonal line of the building but there is a sense of a slight tilt to the right. Victoria harbour?

Comments by Ruth Rittichier on Sat, 02/24/07 17:35

The Orton effect nicely warms, and gives a sense of coziness.

Comments by Dave Lavash on Sat, 02/24/07 18:06

Yes, Ruth is right -- very cozy. The reflections in the water help, too.

Comments by Rick Longworth on Sat, 02/24/07 20:32

Nice light.

Comments by Michael Hibbitts on Sun, 02/25/07 09:52

Agree with the good lighting comments...

Comments by Maria Salvador on Sun, 02/25/07 11:42

Yes, nice and warm are the words for me, too. Ditto about the light and the reflections on the water.

Comments by Linda Frey on Sun, 02/25/07 12:13

Just scrolling down, I like the reflections the most. They'd make an excellent shot on their own.

Comments by Garry Schaefer on Sun, 02/25/07 14:40

Warm and cozy sums it up for me as well. A somewhat different take on that bit of the inner harbour. I like it and it gives me something to try for on a future walkabout as well. :-)