The last of the swing shots from the Ex this year :) View it larger.
Shot of the dayShots Photography
You make this thing seem like it's living. Man I love the punch of the colors and lights. The sky makes the whole thing pop right off the screen, great dimension. Really wicked work, as always.
These series of photos should strike fear into those who might dare ride. They give the machine an ominous character.. that the machine might strike out against any who should tread upon it.
I really like this picture especially the colors which are amazing, so do you use some filter ? Which ?
Sorry for my english I'm French ^^
wow .. i love your last two pictures. The cloud and the light are great. great shot.
Colors ed light fantastic.
Very dramatic sky. Love it!
Haha, why does your info say you don't use photoshop on your images? That is obviously what Canadians call "BULLSHIT"
It doesn't, it says I *do* use photoshop. Perhaps you should read it again.
You posted a similar comment on the image at the end of last month where you copied the information from my 'about' page saying that I *do*.
I've mentioned numerous times in these comments the techniques I use to post process the images.
another post about photoshop again. what's the problem with that?
If people can't read a sentence, you don't need to explain it every time..
I think 77117 comment is the "BULLSHIT"(sic) here. Hahaż?
it looks sad when not turning. well captured.
I love this picture it remind me of chinesse head dresses that i use to wear when i was a kid....oohhh...i miss home!!
very nice and powerful photo. great contrast.
First thing I though of when I saw this was octopus. Some crazy kind of octopus, obviously. Excellent photo.
I love the colours in this photo. The eery sky and the lights on the ride is a nice combination. The composition is good as well.
Atmospherically outstanding. I love how the sky would fit well in one of those gothic paintings on the crown of the swings. Very beautiful.
Freakin' incredible. For some reason, those painted landscapes on the top of the ride make it extra creepy. I like the fact that it's standing still too.
absolutely beautiful, one of the best shots i've seen in a long time. reminds me of the movie "something wicked this way comes"
Very well executed. Really like the subtle details in the colors.
...and my favourite I think. Superb series.
An absolutely wonderful shot. It deserved to be viewed at a larger size. I adore it.
Love it - Really like the colour of the ride agains the background clouds.
my jaw is dropped!!!
looks magical! do you use filters?
I use a polarising filter to help with the sky but a lot of the 'darkness' you see here is brought out through photoshop curve manipulation.
quite ominous. great post work!
Awsome, almost haunting.
very magical! love those crazy storm clouds!
Waouhh... Great shot and great work!!!
Plain impressive... It somewhat reminds me of Tim Burton's movies.
Not only do I agree with everyone on your gorgeous colours, I very much like how the sky reflects the nature of the ride and it's Eye of the Hurricane feel.
Simply stunning. Seems almost unreal.
those colours have been absolutely stunning. thank you for this great surreal serie.
The sky, the mood, and the colors are gorgeous. I would love to see the whole structure in the image.
I think you could post a whole month of swing photos and I'd never get tired of them. Great shot.
Amazing clouds. I don't know how people capture the clouds like this. Sam(DDOI) has a knack for great cloud shots like this too. Very ominous.
i like the atmosphere of this picture. great colour-composion. excellent
Wow, totally amazing shot. I've never seen a swing set look so sinister.
great idea to cut out the swings... it does kinda look sinister and I think that's why...
must be one of your strongests
This is also a super shot, nice post work too.
Absolutely stunning work
Something about this shot makes it look ethereal.
This is the best pic on a photo blog I have yet to see.
wow. The colors of the wheel against the dramatic sky are fantaastic. Cool shot. -T
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