"Gangs of New York...."  © Michael del Pilar
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(@nairfotografia) Nair Fotografia said:February 1st, 2013 (7:35am) PST
i like this pov as the other edition but toning in sepia makes it much more stronger
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks, Nair, agree with you, plus it gives it a more vintage, dated look...
(@fineartbyivan) Ivan Peña said:January 28th, 2013 (2:30pm) PST
Nice angle of capture, there is something nostalgic about this version...
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you for your visit and kind words, Ivan...
(@TomShacochis) Tom Shacochis said:January 18th, 2013 (2:31pm) PST
Nice title and I like your "canyons".
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks very much, Tom...
(@thebassplayer) Richard Bland said:January 18th, 2013 (9:00am) PST
Class as always Michael
@MickeydelPilar replied: Grateful for your comment, Richard...
(@timbutler54) Tim Butler said:January 16th, 2013 (4:30am) PST
Amazing image! One of your best IMO.
@MickeydelPilar replied: You're too kind, my friend...
(@limoz) DanceofLife said:January 15th, 2013 (1:35pm) PST
the sepia treatment really worked well on this shot. love the perspective with the antique feel to it. very nicely done. great image. Cheers
@MickeydelPilar replied: Very grateful for your generous compliment, Lisa....
(@polimeros) thom polimeros said:January 15th, 2013 (8:07am) PST
i like the sepia treatment on this one well with the old buildings
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks Thom, I like the sepia version as well...
(@DayneReast) Dayne Reast said:January 13th, 2013 (10:30pm) PST
Very ominous looking. I think I prefer this sepia version, although I don't typicallly go for sepia. Looks like some 19th century workhouse
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks for the fine comment, Dayne...
(@Aneto3404) Amel Jiménez said:January 13th, 2013 (12:38pm) PST
Estupenda imagen retro. Saludos.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Muchas gracias, mi amigo...
(@MickeydelPilar) Michael del Pilar said:January 13th, 2013 (8:39am) PST
contd....the sepia version has a more vintage look... am very grateful for your suggestion, John...have always admired your work and your insights continue to inspire me..many thanks, mon ami..
(@jaykay72) John Kortland said:January 13th, 2013 (7:26am) PST
This sepia version certainly ticks all the boxes giving this alley a real 19 century feel, looks like a real step back in time, no signs of the modern world in this shot makes it timeless. I prefer the sepia version, but then again, I would say that wouldn't I :-)) Thanks for the photograph and the faith in my suggestion Michael.
@MickeydelPilar replied: I agree with your assessment
(@CharlieBaugh) Charlie Baugh said:January 12th, 2013 (8:44pm) PST
You and John came up with an outstanding feel for the tenements. Wonderful image, Mickey.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks, Charlie, all credit to John for providing the inspiration.."I get by with a little help from my friends"....
(@elsevir) Betty Ditscheid said:January 12th, 2013 (4:03pm) PST
great nostalgic edition, which reminds me to 30ties ...
conveys a very special mood into this image - outstanding Michael!
Wish you a nice Sunday!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Very appreciative of your generous words, Betty...may you also have a good weekend...
(@JadeCarbone) Jade Carbone said:January 12th, 2013 (1:36pm) PST
Wow this is fantastic Michael, such a dynamic image, love the sepia toning and most excellent POV!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Many thanks for your most kind compliments, Jade..I owe the sepia toning to John's advice.
(@Chef999) Harold Begun said:January 12th, 2013 (8:33am) PST
Fantastic image! , Have a Great Saturday!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you, Harold ...may you also have a fine weekend..
(@KWirtanen) Kent Wirtanen said:January 12th, 2013 (6:50am) PST
I think that I actually like the sepia a bit better as well. Nice work Michael & John. :)
@MickeydelPilar replied: I agree, Kent, the sepia has more of a vintage, old style flavor..John's suggestion was on the money...
(@teach50) Linda Karlin said:January 12th, 2013 (6:22am) PST
Excellent work. B&W and the sepia work well. This gives it that "Gangs of NY" feeling indeed.
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks, Linda...I think the sepia version gives it even more 'Gangs' mood
(@endlessreach1) Carl Shaw said:January 12th, 2013 (5:43am) PST
Nice capture Michael...
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thank you, Carl...
(@LindaEdgecombPhotography) Linda Edgecomb said:January 12th, 2013 (4:44am) PST
Stunning Mickey...I love your processing ..the fire escapes shine!! I would taken a shot of this, as I love this whole scene....superb framing!!
@MickeydelPilar replied: Grateful for your very generous compliments, LInda..John gave me the impetus to process in sepia which I actually prefer over the B/W....
(@mauropasquero) mauro pasquero said:January 12th, 2013 (3:20am) PST
The sepia version is very charming, Michael.
May be you can darken the sky a bit more...
@MickeydelPilar replied: Thanks, Mauro, good suggestion..don't have Photoshop(only Aperture) so it's a little tricky for me...
(@rich007) Rich Mayer said:January 12th, 2013 (1:53am) PST
I like this rendition better than the first. Well done. ( Atta boy John ).
@MickeydelPilar replied: I'm with you, Rich..all credit to John..

Michael del Pilar

This one is dedicated to John Kortland who gave me the idea for this sepia rendition....

Uploaded: Jan 11th, 2013 (11:01pm)
Category: Architecture
Focal Length: 10 mm
Aperture: f/13
Shutter Speed: 1/13 sec
ISO: 100

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