Square spaces in th...

Square spaces in the West Village,NYC  


Patti Travers
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February 28, 2017 6:19 pm  


Lloyd Bloom
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February 28, 2017 10:06 pm  

I enjoy this effect - makes me look twice at the images to learn what is going on.  The crispness of the window frames and tree are what made your alternative reality look almost real.


(BTW, a hint on structure of your post - Tags are best used as search criteria, such as "multiple exposure, square format", while the text you have put in the Tags box would best be put in the body with your images.)

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March 1, 2017 1:14 am  

Very cool Patti.   I agree with Lloyd that the images did capture my interest and made me explore.   It some images there appear to be more exposures than others but the abstract quality is very appealing.



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March 4, 2017 9:01 am  

Hi Patti!

Super cool images - the multiple exposures have given them a very surreal look that makes you look deeper and closer.  You do a fabulous job of multiple exposures.  These will all done in-camera, I presume?

The first four images are very pleasing to me.  The last one has a tad too much of the stone texture and I think it tends to overpower the rest of the visual elements in the image.

Looking forward to more of your images.  Keep 'em coming!  🙂