HappyHenryFeatured By OwnerJun 27, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
I am a fan of Edward Hooper, a painter and your photograph has the same feel to me. I hope you know Hooper and count this as praise for wonderful Fine Art. You captured the colors, detail and all the inside of the building so very well. The building is certainly alive. Thank you for sharing with us.
HappyHenryFeatured By OwnerJun 29, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
May you know the glory of your art. To say, "just take "photographs," in describing your art work, doesn't do your work justice. You are a wonderful fine artist and photography is every equal to painting, just a different medium. I'm glad you know Hopper and your love of his work shows in the spirit of this art work. Like I said, the building is alive and beautiful.
A picture that was shot in Vienna makes you want to go to New York? People from US can be really.. limited sometimes. It's like you don't know any other huge city, completely ignoring the whole Europe and its cities in the process.
Pardon this comment, but that's an odd reason for your previous comment.
For future reference, it's considered rude to say that the camera was good over the photographer, but I think that's just a veil of courtesy. The quality of the camera can vary greatly in different circumstances. for instance, someone told me once it's like gripping the steering wheel of a new car-- you have to find what limits you can push your camera too.
ok focusgallery knows that this is such an amazing peace of art(it's a dd) duh and i think it's flipping amazing.i mean that is such a perfect angle and how you can see everything, i guess it was a dumb move saying "that's one good camera".
but for you and the rest, i think it's best to drop it and stop messing up his comments