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Warp II

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By eskilofreniko   |   
© 2004 - 2020 eskilofreniko
Over-expose Trainstation

Lisbon, Portugal

be welcome to see the Warp I

- Comments and Critics Always Appreciated and Full View is Recommended
- Print Without Watermark in High Quality File
- Copyright © 2004 Fernando Bartolomeu
Image size
467x700px 229.01 KB
Canon PowerShot A80
Shutter Speed
1/30 second
Focal Length
8 mm
Date Taken
Jun 9, 2004, 2:32:38 PM
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alter-egov2 Photographer
i get so confused because of this re-submiting issue, i always try to put them on my favs...............againd hehehe
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I´m really really sorry about the re-submitions but I really need to make it :) I´m very Glad that you keep the same taste eheh :D Thank you so much for everything
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alter-egov2 Photographer
:) :hug:
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DynasthaiHobbyist Digital Artist
nice use of repeating and leaing lines, as well as vanishing point. The angle of the camera gives the whole thing a feeling of vertigo. Nice pic.
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Ok, thats cool, with the tilt and all, and the colors, but did you consider a black border instead of the white? Try it out and see, I think it'd make it stand out a bit more. :)
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Thank you for the comment :) I really appreciated, I´ll try it and I like it :) gonna make a surprise for all :D
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afakeplastictreeHobbyist Photographer
I really like the angle... I like how it was kinda over exposed, looks really cool.
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Thank you afakeplastictree :D
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afakeplastictreeHobbyist Photographer
Hah... call me Kevin you wierdo :P
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:rofl: I thought your birthday name was really that...not :P
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Great choice of angle on this, contrast is also fantastic... Great work keep it up :D
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Thank you very much for the support gloombunny :D
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No worries, and thanks your support too... hugs :D
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Good angle and nice use of over exposition. I like the photo, it's balanced in the composition and well processed. The cars on the right could disturb a little, I really like the reflection on the train cars though. The only pecks could be the title and absence of a very strong theme. Very well done :clap:
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awesome! love the angle and the contrast! :clap: the clean light is amazing and the shot is just WOW! :) :+fav:
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jotamygHobbyist Photographer
Excelente ângulo!!
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What a brilliant angle, i love the perspective where all the lines meet, it makes a hugley effective leading line for the eye that is impossible to resist. Amazing work!
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Thank you so much for your comment :D
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toomanycontrols Digital Artist
fantastic composition. the perspective really does go to infiniti which is very hard to acheive. the over exposure works really well, all round a great shot - definate :+fav:
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Very nice shot! I love the angle, it's very different. Also, I like how the scene seems to stretch into infinity... Very nice touch!

Great job! :+fav:
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I really love this shot. In truth there isnothign to critique. I love the flow of lines and the way there is an apparent never ending journey to the end of the train and indeed the platform. The angle makes it so dynamic and adds a whole new dimention. It feels like you are running for the train, tryng deperatly to get to a far away carriage. The sense of anxiety, time and importance is given by the perspective. The overexposure, causing the light at the end of the platform makes it seem like a destination. Flowing lines on the roof of the patform are like motion lines you get when running or markers to guage your distance. The space to the right makes me imagine it as being something you are keeping in mind, something you are considering, like how you are going to negotiate the trip home with all that lugguage on the chance you may not make it. The reflections in the window remind me of imagining the journies destination in that train, and the doors being closed help it become imagination, as if they are a sign you will not make it.

:w00t: A very well composed, thoughful piece, full of inspiration.
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The most complete comment I ever receive. Thank you very much :D
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My pleasure.
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