St. Patrick's Cathedral in NYC.
This was a bit of an experiment. For those who're familiar with wet darkrooms, there's a process where you make a solarized print and then use it as a paper negative to make a new positive, sometimes taking it through 2 or 3 generations, and use a fine-point pen or sharpie to trace the lines on the intermediary images to maximize the moire effect. I had this snapshot sitting on my HD and I thought I'd experiment with replicating the effect in Photoshop.
I like the "sketch" effect I ended up with.
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