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Alexithymia by isuandrew Alexithymia by isuandrew
With photography as an art, itís difficult to reach deep down and pull something out that can sufficiently describe...............................................

describe a mental state of being.



Photographic Alexithymia.
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:iconhaiyami:
HaiYami Featured By Owner Aug 7, 2008
I love it,,
nice SHOT
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alchemycapricorn Featured By Owner Dec 1, 2006   Interface Designer
this is kindda odd but i just wanna say the title is heel creative

'photographic alexithymia' -> interesting concept

cheers
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Apr 30, 2007
Thank you very much.
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:iconfloatingboy:
FloatingBoy Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2005
I Love the city and definitely know what you mean with the description.
This really captures alot of feeling though, ones that I get in the city:)
Nice work
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Sep 1, 2005
Iím glad you love the city, I love the city as well. So many colors and happings and carrying ons. Iím very pleased to hear that you liked this. Thanks for the comment.
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Alphatude Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2005
This photograph gives me a feeling like floating. The buildings seems suspended in an Esher like space. I really appreciate how each building seems to have it's own lights with their own color tempurature, with the one furthest back being perfectly white balanced. It gives me a feeling that I feel when I'm vacationing in an urban setting, where everything seems magical and new.
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2005
Thank you very much for your comments and insight! =D I really appreciate the support.

I think the floating feeling might come from the fact that the buildings are framed in a way that they are slanted slightly because of my error.

Thank you for pointing out that the buildings have their own color temperatures too, I didnít notice that until you mentioned it.

I like skyscrapers a lot. I have always been fascinated by them.
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:iconlamediel:
Lamediel Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2005
very striking, you really nailed the angle on this one
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2005
Thank you very much..... I was luckily well placed in a hotel room with a good angle.
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lessthanzer085 Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2005   Photographer
I've always liked pictures of a city taken during the night as opposed to the day. What I like about this one is I know exactly where you are in Chicago.
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2005
Thanks.

Yes night photography complements big cities well.
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Astukee Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Very good view :clap:
Perfect contrast...
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005
Thank you very much. =D :w00t:
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:iconfamish99:
famish99 Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005  Hobbyist Photographer
yeah, what city is this, i like the perspective of the pics a lot, and a good night shot always helps too, great job.
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005
This is a picture of downtown Chicago looking out of a 23rd floor hotel room. The hotels name is ďHotel 71" [link]

The lights at night in the Chicago area are amazing. Thanks for your comment, Iím glad you like this one.
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Identify-Me Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005   Photographer
This is stunning! What city is this? It's absolutely eye-catching. What a great capture. :+fav:

The only thing I could contradict is the slant-ness of the buildings!
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005
Thank you so much for the comment. And thank you again for the :+fav: !!! =D And sorry about the ďslant-nessĒ that was carelessness on my part.


P.S. : The city is Chicago
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Byakuya-Kuchiki Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005
The photo is very good, especially the way the glow of the street lights smoothly and gradually harmonizes with the pitch-black sky.

One word of advice, try to make the photo two-point perspective. All the lines that look vertical in the photo must be vertical. Also, the way the photo is taken is a bit slanted.
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:iconisuandrew:
isuandrew Featured By Owner Aug 22, 2005
Thank you very much for your comment and critique. I wish I would have taken more time with the lines and setting up the shot so the camera was level.
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