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Frank Cecconi


Free Member, Melbourne (Victoria)

Wired

Go on ... hit me with it! Pic was taken one evening earlier this year in town;-)

Comments 9

  • Balazs Pataki 12/12/2006 18:56

    The BW pic is perfect geometry itself and the color pic inside, with its Commodore PC-like image, tells volumes. It is not a pic that explains what we have to see and understand from it but rather a real life moment that makes us want to stop, to contemplate, to listen to the inspiration.
  • Dragomir Vukovic 10/22/2006 23:39

    EXCELLENT
  • NCC 1701 10/11/2006 12:47

    Absolutely no complaints!
    I really like the effect of the leaning buildings, in my opinion it adds to the somewhat surreal atmosphere..
    :-)
    ciao, sara
  • Marie Strydom 10/07/2006 16:39

    I like the lines here. Alterative composition but still a great view. Good contasts.
  • Dianna Tilley 10/07/2006 1:41

    Beautiful work frank. Love the select color in the screen and all else black and white. Makes for wonderful viewing..
  • Tom McDade 10/06/2006 13:20

    Very nice pic. You just leave it alone and let it be. Great eye to spot the shot and well exicuted.
  • Massimo Carolla 10/06/2006 0:22

    nice prospective and composition, ciao Massimo
  • Patrick B. Parenteau 10/05/2006 16:34

    The obvious critique is in regards to skew and perspective, an easy correction. In regards to exposure, using "shadow/highlight" in photoshop could pull some more detail out of the dark areas and knock back the halo effect.
  • MWPhoto 10/05/2006 16:13

    No complaints here; the color screen makes an interesting focal point. There is a distracting halo around the top of the tallest building (and along the upper edge of the near left building) which I often see in my own images when I have adjusted contrast or tried to manipulate the brightness curve. I think it is an artifact of the 8-bit JPEG file.