Standing BENEATH the cover of an Esplanade at the end of one walkway further displays the continuity of Frank Lloyd Wright‘s geometric and repeating patterns that flow from the pillars right up to the roof lines of his architecture.
With so many of our 365 Challenge participants using topaz adjust and producing such interesting and wonderful effects I have been inspired and decided to download the plug-in. Truthfully there is no rhyme or reason for any resulting images I’ve tried so far but, I have been documenting results on images that float my artistic boat. Hopefully viewers will enjoy the post, let me know your thoughts!
hdr pop – plus pse9 enhance / color correction
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- Esplanade, again. (garyputsat.wordpress.com)
- First Segment of Downtown East River Esplanade Opens, Already Packed (streetsblog.org)
- These 11 Frank Lloyd Wright Landmarks Could Soon Be World Heritage Sites (businessinsider.com)
- Billionaire Ron Burkle acquires Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House (windsorstar.com)
- Businessman buys Frank Lloyd Wright’s Ennis House (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
Really neat. I like the way it points to the right like there is more to see. Next post maybe? Must be an incredible place to visit.
Love the angle of this shot!
I really like the impact of this shot. It really draws the eye.
Neat view of this architectural feature designed by a real artist.
Very nice. I like the directional pull and the pop of blue sky.
Great composition and the Topaz brought out the texture and color of the beams.
I really like the abstract feel that this shot has, and of course the topaz effects.
Great composition and view. I like your processing. Don’t know much about the Topaz effect but have seen a lot of people using it.
So glad you are back! I’m using a 30 day free trial of Topaz. Just go to topaz.com and look for the free download, it’s kind of a blast for a change of pace.