Behind Closed Doors    (an emphasis on details)

Behind Closed Doors (an emphasis on details)


I had a lot of stress lately and found some time to "de-stress". What better thing to do then edit photos! =D

Here I just wanted to emphasize on "detail", Not only by what you see in this photo but the thing in our lives. I believe this ties in with my last post. As well as slowing down (and smelling the flowers) I'm sure the finer details are still missed by our oblivious minds. I've been spending a lot of time looking at microscopic parasites on the micrometer scale and boy can I tell you, my career will be all about removing that oblivious nature and reinforcing details, details, and DETAILS!

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  • This is a splendid image! What more can you expect from a building like that? And yes, paying attention to details is key no matter what you are studying. The use of grain here highly exposes the building, and it reminds me of a medieval castle! Well done Brian!
    Liang @ 2008-09-26 22:13:44
  • Excellent the choice of b:w here it gives a variety of tones in different patterns
    Oeilonirique @ 2008-09-26 23:13:36
  • A storytelling picture and great composition Brian!
    Paul @ 2008-09-27 01:06:48
  • Splendid picture. I like the grain. Well done :)
    beanow @ 2008-09-27 02:02:58
  • I like the photo, but more I like what you wrote. Photography is all about seeing, which is why I love it. It employs our eyes in ways we don't often, and for that I think it's a blessing. Like the gritty contrasts in this image which really stand out.
    GJC @ 2008-09-27 03:27:58
  • This is amazing texture with wonderful capture of the architecture of the era. Fantastic shot!
    roentarre @ 2008-09-27 05:57:39
  • Excellent framing and tones. Great job capturing the design and patterns of this door and building. Exceptional job!
    John Maslowski @ 2008-09-27 09:27:31
  • it's true that photography opened our eyes to a world that we take for granted.. it's given us an appreciation for everything & anything that passes through our eyes. :)

    nice shot btw, details & textures are searing my eyes.. ;D
    Rian @ 2008-09-27 10:18:56
  • The devil is in the detail. You are right. there is so much detail around us, even at microscopic level. at the same time I guess sometimes there is a danger of getting lost into too much detail and forgetting about the overall picture. Doesn't apply to photos that much though.

    I like the grit. adds a lot of interest for me.
    Radel @ 2008-09-27 15:38:17
  • details is right. a lot to see here. love the gritty feeling as well.
    michele @ 2008-09-27 16:20:24
  • the first thing i see when i look at this photo is the heart on the door- sort of gives the whole gray, dirty appearance some hope
    mike @ 2008-09-27 20:53:55
  • buen trabajo con este B&N, buena composiciĆ³n.
    NJ &SB Photography @ 2008-09-28 04:45:06
  • I like your little commentary on life..and detail...and how it ties in with this image. Really nice!
    Marcie @ 2008-09-28 08:01:49
  • Love the texture, beautiful shot!
    Ashish Sidapara @ 2008-09-28 09:21:03
  • I love all the grain and texture in this shot. It really works well as this looks like an old building and the B&W with grain seems to fit it IMO!
    Andy @ 2008-09-28 11:45:22
  • Nice shot in b/w. There are obviously lots of details in this one.
    Cliff @ 2008-09-28 16:41:29
  • I wonder if we saw things in B&W more often we would see more details???
    Ginnie @ 2008-09-28 17:45:41
  • like the post processing... nice 'raspy' quality to it...i would have cropped some of the street out to bring more attention to the foci..

    cheers
    e
    EDDIE @ 2008-09-28 17:58:10
  • You should have called it Kate.
    Beautiful processing.
    Michael Rawluk @ 2008-09-28 20:25:27
  • fantastic image! i love the building ... looks like it could be in Batman
    crash @ 2008-09-29 07:10:01
  • so many things going on on this image. you sure did give us a lot of details! haha! very nice shot! :D
    claire @ 2008-09-29 08:27:04
  • Great lines. There's a sense of character and age to this building - almost like every crack, chip and scrawl has a story to tell.
    AC @ 2008-09-29 14:34:34
  • i think this door is freaky =P
    Tien @ 2008-09-29 18:05:01
  • this is crazy! i love it. where is this at?
    chels @ 2008-09-29 19:34:09
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Behind Closed Doors    (an emphasis on details)

Behind Closed Doors (an emphasis on details)


I had a lot of stress lately and found some time to "de-stress". What better thing to do then edit photos! =D

Here I just wanted to emphasize on "detail", Not only by what you see in this photo but the thing in our lives. I believe this ties in with my last post. As well as slowing down (and smelling the flowers) I'm sure the finer details are still missed by our oblivious minds. I've been spending a lot of time looking at microscopic parasites on the micrometer scale and boy can I tell you, my career will be all about removing that oblivious nature and reinforcing details, details, and DETAILS!

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Latest Comment

  • This is a splendid image! What more can you expect from a building like that? And yes, paying attention to details is key no matter what you are studying. The use of grain here highly exposes the building, and it reminds me of a medieval castle! Well done Brian!
    Liang @ 2008-09-26 22:13:44
  • Excellent the choice of b:w here it gives a variety of tones in different patterns
    Oeilonirique @ 2008-09-26 23:13:36
  • A storytelling picture and great composition Brian!
    Paul @ 2008-09-27 01:06:48
  • Splendid picture. I like the grain. Well done :)
    beanow @ 2008-09-27 02:02:58
  • I like the photo, but more I like what you wrote. Photography is all about seeing, which is why I love it. It employs our eyes in ways we don't often, and for that I think it's a blessing. Like the gritty contrasts in this image which really stand out.
    GJC @ 2008-09-27 03:27:58
  • This is amazing texture with wonderful capture of the architecture of the era. Fantastic shot!
    roentarre @ 2008-09-27 05:57:39
  • Excellent framing and tones. Great job capturing the design and patterns of this door and building. Exceptional job!
    John Maslowski @ 2008-09-27 09:27:31
  • it's true that photography opened our eyes to a world that we take for granted.. it's given us an appreciation for everything & anything that passes through our eyes. :)

    nice shot btw, details & textures are searing my eyes.. ;D
    Rian @ 2008-09-27 10:18:56
  • The devil is in the detail. You are right. there is so much detail around us, even at microscopic level. at the same time I guess sometimes there is a danger of getting lost into too much detail and forgetting about the overall picture. Doesn't apply to photos that much though.

    I like the grit. adds a lot of interest for me.
    Radel @ 2008-09-27 15:38:17
  • details is right. a lot to see here. love the gritty feeling as well.
    michele @ 2008-09-27 16:20:24
  • the first thing i see when i look at this photo is the heart on the door- sort of gives the whole gray, dirty appearance some hope
    mike @ 2008-09-27 20:53:55
  • buen trabajo con este B&N, buena composiciĆ³n.
    NJ &SB Photography @ 2008-09-28 04:45:06
  • I like your little commentary on life..and detail...and how it ties in with this image. Really nice!
    Marcie @ 2008-09-28 08:01:49
  • Love the texture, beautiful shot!
    Ashish Sidapara @ 2008-09-28 09:21:03
  • I love all the grain and texture in this shot. It really works well as this looks like an old building and the B&W with grain seems to fit it IMO!
    Andy @ 2008-09-28 11:45:22
  • Nice shot in b/w. There are obviously lots of details in this one.
    Cliff @ 2008-09-28 16:41:29
  • I wonder if we saw things in B&W more often we would see more details???
    Ginnie @ 2008-09-28 17:45:41
  • like the post processing... nice 'raspy' quality to it...i would have cropped some of the street out to bring more attention to the foci..

    cheers
    e
    EDDIE @ 2008-09-28 17:58:10
  • You should have called it Kate.
    Beautiful processing.
    Michael Rawluk @ 2008-09-28 20:25:27
  • fantastic image! i love the building ... looks like it could be in Batman
    crash @ 2008-09-29 07:10:01
  • so many things going on on this image. you sure did give us a lot of details! haha! very nice shot! :D
    claire @ 2008-09-29 08:27:04
  • Great lines. There's a sense of character and age to this building - almost like every crack, chip and scrawl has a story to tell.
    AC @ 2008-09-29 14:34:34
  • i think this door is freaky =P
    Tien @ 2008-09-29 18:05:01
  • this is crazy! i love it. where is this at?
    chels @ 2008-09-29 19:34:09
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