..today was supposed to be a follow-up to yesterday’s experimental shot.. well, since it’s all new to me, there’s some chance it’ll fail, and fail it did.. let me play around with this first and i’ll share some nitty gritty details about it later.. 😀
..anyhoo, the moleman’s back and he’d like to give a shoutout to michael paulison for writing about this series.. i’m glad he liked it as much as i did, i hope you do too..
20 replies on “moleman series: rockefeller vortex”
drole d’impression, mais c’est superbe !
Just amazing touch Rian. I love how this image is framed!
reminds me of a piece of jewelry, or a galaxy, i can’t decide which 🙂 niiiiiiice
Like the way you play with fisheye. The result is impressive. Colors like a diamond.
Great lighting. Love all the lights.
I see what Elaine says, very much like jewelry.
What I find fascinating about this image is that it has a terrific sense of depth yet at the same time can be seen as a 2d design. One can flip visually between the two. And by the way it is lovely looking also :}
Very impressive work. I liked the links to the other shots from the same place. Very interesting shots.
These vertical view are really impressive, sometimes it open the scene (buildings) or it concentrates details, like here. Fascinating!
A wonderful fisheye abstract!
Looks great Rian. The crystals and the strings make it look like they are falling right at you. Again… I’ve never been there, so I learned something.
Great image, the crystals and the light really makes this a cool pic… along with the fisheye of course 🙂
looks like a jewel
Each image you post Rian keep getting more spectacular. This one is truly amazing, love the lighting effect and tones here. Feel like it’s exploding right out of screen.
To me it looks like the Enterprise at Warp 🙂 Nice shot!
like the biggest star of the big bang without crisis … in the super mall of money
It took me a long while to figure out what this is!
Great composition that works very well with the circular form.
Good work with objects and light here Rian. I liked the other two photos you had links too also. Nice work. 🙂
Great view from usual shot. The light wires add an particular effect to the background.