Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by themolsen, Nov 10, 2008.
i like some of it, but some of it looks likeits CG. strange.
at a second glance what I like most about it are the stretching of the buildings that turn an already strange looking world into something out of a tim burton movie, i'm assuming its done via lenses and not just good photoshop.
what i dont like is the richness of a lot of the pictures
Some really cool pictures! Others not so much.
Anyone know how he did the extreme wide angle stuff? Was it like just with a fish and then distorted in PS?
Looks like HDR to me?
Wow, fuck. I like like 'em. Period. Any Details?
Nope, just the link. if you can translate the Russian, maybe there are some details there
Kinda look like HDRs but def. interested in the PP
I love how dark a lot of them are... it gives it a creepy/eerie feeling... some of them even look like they came out of the game fallout... also they all look like great backgrounds to use in photoshop... i am going to favorite this site
I love it. It's crazy cinematic. You can see TONS of detail, but every pic evokes the emotion of a movie scene. In any one of em, you almost sit and wait for a character to walk onto the screen crouching and trying to hide from something....
I'm sure it's some version of HDR, but worlds above what you see anywhere else..
wow.. just wow. that's amazing
All I can find is:
His/her "Name" is Alcove (lol at "In Bruges")
He/she is from Poland
I'm in love.
Definitely some HDR going on there.
That first picture there..wow..
The extreme distortion is getting over played by the end, but it is still pretty incredible. That first picture is pretty damn cool.
fisheye lens+hdr+browning+whatever other ps actions.
theyre pretty cool
I was going to post this.
wow, they have an awesome feel to them. not sure that i like some of the portrait type work, but the landscapes/cityscapes are amazing works of art.
Reminds me of one or two of Neil Gaiman's books.
Awesome, wish there were some high-res versions to use as desktops.
Dark and depressing in a creepy cool kind of way.
I like most of 'em!