Sunday, 25 October 2009

Monochom Weekly - Trondheim - Baklandet


This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at The Monochrome Weekly

44 comments:

Elisabeth said...

Super shot! Interesting treatment...crisp and stark.

webruci said...

Looks like a wonderful draw! Perfect lines and perspective. Great picture.

Ha fin dag, minn venn:)
Robert

Sylvia said...

Beautiful buildings. The light is stunning!

Sylvia said...

Beautiful buildings. The light is stunning!

Sylvia said...

Beautiful buildings. The light is stunning!

RuneE said...

Der traff du bra med vidvinkelen - rene dukkebyen! Veldig artig med de parallellgatene på hver side - gav en fin dybde.

Tunes Photo said...

Oi, det var flott! Ser ut som en blyanttegning!

Hege said...

Fantastisk bra bilde! Av vakre Bakklandet! :)

Martina said...

This photo wants me to visit Trondheim - the best a photo can evoke :-)

ElinSire said...

Helt utrolig bra etterarbeid på dette bildet! Hva er det du gjør? Det ser ut som et maleri. Fantastisk komposisjon også -og lys. Jeg mener...jeg kunne fortsette i det uendelige her.

Uten at jeg har sett så mange bilder i denne runden, bare vet jeg at dette er min favoritt!

Miriam Elisabeth said...

Dette var rett og slett vakkert!
Flott bilde og godt jobbet!

Mama Zen said...

That's just surreal!

~Just me again~ said...

Absolutely beautiful. I love the lines and textures of this.

John said...

Has a pen and ink feel to it; was photoshop involved?

Sagatun said...

Gull plassering av kamera.
Kjempe flott

Morten Pedersen said...

Kjempestilig etterbehandling.

Carver said...

Great shot. It almost looks like a very detailed drawing.

Lucy Corrander said...

It reminds me of the kind of book where buildings pop up in 3D as you turn the pages.

Quite a startling image.

Lucy

Dagrun said...

Wow, dette var virkelig annerledes. For en surrealistisk effekt du har fått frem (tenker det måtte være gøy for de som eier dette å se bildet, for det er utvilsomt et flott bilde!)

Gärdsmygen said...

Här är något väldigt speciellt som jag inte kan sätta ord på. Djupet, linjerna. Jag vet inte, men jag gillar det, mycket!!

Carolyn Ford said...

This is nice! What dramatic light and art! I don't know how you created this effect...but, I really like it! Gorgeous...

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Stilig monochrom bilde John, fin vinkel du har fanget det i, og pene linjer hele veien! Hdr?

Ivar Ivrig said...

Tøft!!! Du gjorde et riktig valg med å bruke s/h synes jeg, selv om det var en flott og fargerik dag ;-)

Wenche said...

Stilig! Synest lyset er flott i bildet. God etterbehandling.

Ida said...

Fabelaktig! :)

Randi said...

Du..nå syns jeg du kan fortelle meg hvordan dere gjør dette ;-)...utrolig flott bildet...at det går an!!
joda har prøvd dette filtret etter at en anbefalt det...men jeg fikk ikke tak på det...men ser jeg har visst gått glipp av noe..lurer på om jeg slett det programmet....arrrg

RuneE said...

PS 3 eller 4 omredigering av statuen - sikkert ikke siste... :-)

Mari said...

Perfect monochrome shot! What a neat building - looks almost like it's in the middle of the road!

tossan® said...

Amazing! She seems an Utopian drawing and surreal, this way a very special picture appears.

imac said...

Great piece of Art work.

James said...

This shot really stands out. Fantastic job!

Mona Sweden said...

Ser ut som en teckning! Fantastiskt foto. Vilken idyll.

Lew said...

The buildings and cobble stone street really look nice in monochrome. Great shot!

In Three Rivers, Michigan said...

How strange the monochrome makes the street scene appear. It really does change the viewer's way of seeing. Very nice.

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Greyscale Territory said...

Amazing attention to the detail of fine line!

Aileni said...

This has the quality of an engraving, subtle.

Kathrine said...

Kjent og kjært Bakklandet fra min by:) Tenk at de ville rive dette for motorvei!! Godt at demonstrantene vant:) Flott bilde!

Prospero said...

Out of a fairy tale.

Paula said...

America doesn't value architecture they European countries do. I like the high contrast, it looks surreal.

Nydia said...

Wow! It looks like a painting!! Beautiful.

Kisses from Nydia.

haideé said...

Parece dibujada. Me encanta :)
Un cordial saludo desde Asturias, de nuevo :)

Seems drawn. I love it:)
Greetings from Asturias, again:)

Shraddha@theselfloveproject said...

terrific photo!great job..
visiting via monochrome weekly

Adrian LaRoque said...

This one is great John!

Danton said...

Great one.