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well... i couldn't NOT do a subway shot when the weekly theme is transportation... but i am starting to feel like i just keep taking the same picture over and over and over again... y'know... like Groundhog Day ;p
That's awesome! Love it! FAV!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Super fantastic wow -- instant fav. WOW!!! Love this processing and the overall tone and image.
posted January 24th, 2015  
looks like there was an earthquake. that's probably why the darn subway was delayed again! :-D awesome warping! i like it!
posted January 24th, 2015  
love this!!!!!!!!!!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Very cool!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Love it! Love the person sitting at the window really sets it off. Fav. excuse my ignorance here, but how do you warp? is it a Photoshop thing?
posted January 24th, 2015  
@katrinanz tx Katrina... warp IS a photoshop thing that lets you manipulate images in all sorts of crazy funky ways... that said, i didn't use the warp feature in this shot... i used a photoshop filter called "twirl" :)
posted January 24th, 2015  
thanks @northy :)
posted January 24th, 2015  
This is awesome! And I never tire of your subway shots...
posted January 24th, 2015  
I just noticed you have a "new" (to me) camera. Is this "in addition to" or "in place of" your bigger camera? I'm considering a smaller kit, myself, but haven't decided if it will replace or complement what I already have. Part of the reason I don't take as many photographs is the size/weight of my current kit.
posted January 24th, 2015  
This is an instant favorite for me!
posted January 24th, 2015  
This one is fabulous. Superb manipulation!
posted January 24th, 2015  
FAV -- such fabulously interesting processing to create one of those "how in the world did she do THAT?" responses.
posted January 24th, 2015  
Ooh, nice - fav
posted January 24th, 2015  
wicked!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Love it! As one who rides a metro regularly this seems to convey how it feels down there on certain days... Very very nice!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Excellent - that is all.
posted January 24th, 2015  
Very different and cool
posted January 24th, 2015  
@northy So very cool! What is about B&W that fascinates you the most?
posted January 24th, 2015  
Funny, I have accused a few friends on 365 of have OCD while I suffer from ADD. Don't know which is worse or better.
posted January 24th, 2015  
Yay for twirl - this is fantastic. Love how you haven't twirled the two people.
Many feel like Groundhog to you but your photos always look new, creative and FAVish to me. FAV
posted January 24th, 2015  
fantastic....so artistic.. fav
posted January 24th, 2015  
Oooh, but this is so different! Love it!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Great shot
posted January 24th, 2015  
Northy meets Dali on a subway....;-)
Fun experimentation
posted January 24th, 2015  
Awesome shot
posted January 24th, 2015  
I'd totally ride that train.
posted January 24th, 2015  
This is Awesome & I love that style that immediately announces you as the genius behind it! - Fav
posted January 24th, 2015  
Excellent capture, light, composition, lines
posted January 24th, 2015  
Love your work. So extraordinarily different from my world altho just an hour north. Parallel universes. LOL. Follow
posted January 24th, 2015  
@cmc1200 tx Caryn... "in addition" to :) i needed something i could haul around without killing my back... i can (relatively) easily just toss it in my bag... it's the camera i carry on walkabouts, and when i was in Europe over the summer on an active vacation... i will use my canon for set up shots, and anything specifically planned as a photo excursion...
posted January 24th, 2015  
@whimsicalgrateful tx Marta... but hmmm... interesting question... i guess because black and white reduces the image to it's structural elements... because it brings harmony to an image, and because it lets me control what the viewer looks at...
posted January 24th, 2015  
@joansmor soooooo.... which is this image a sign of? ;p
posted January 24th, 2015  
Pam
Wicked cool!!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Spectacular!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Might be the same shot, but wow - this really works well!
posted January 24th, 2015  
...but you make it look so different.
posted January 24th, 2015  
Awesome...fav!
posted January 24th, 2015  
@northy I see. I am discovering an attraction to B&W too, but for a different reason. I like the stark contrast of the non-colours. Thank you for your answer though, it puts things on a different perspective.
posted January 24th, 2015  
@whimsicalgrateful well, i like that too :) but i tried to think of why that was...
posted January 24th, 2015  
@northy Thank you! I really feel I'll learn a lot from your photos. I hope you don't mind if I pop a random question here and there ;)
posted January 24th, 2015  
@whimsicalgrateful that's a lovely thing to say Marta! certainly, ask me anything you like
posted January 24th, 2015  
@northy Thank you!
posted January 24th, 2015  
Freaking cool warp.
posted January 24th, 2015  
This is a cool way to break the rut. I get the feeling this that image was pretty awesome before you even warped it.
posted January 24th, 2015  
This is brilliant! Where is the twirl tool? Is it in PS? Love your processing here. Big Fav
posted January 24th, 2015  
Brilliant shot
posted January 24th, 2015  
@shepherdmanswife tx so much :) yes "twirl" is one of the filters in PS... it is under the "distort" filter options...
posted January 24th, 2015  
@northy thank you. I have ps but don't have time to learn to use it!
posted January 24th, 2015  
@shepherdmanswife no kidding... there's tons of functionality i have yet to even attempt let along actually figure out how to use! but i do so love distorting things ;p
posted January 24th, 2015  
@northy I've found it and had a go. Must remember to use it sometime! Thanks for letting me know where it is and showing me what you can do with it. I love what you've done in this shot.
posted January 24th, 2015  
I can't tell my add won't let me study it long enough. LOL
posted January 24th, 2015  
I had to think about platform 9 and 3/4 looking at that train! :)
posted January 24th, 2015  
Agree with @graemestevens (and all the other praise) Expertly captured and processed
posted January 24th, 2015  
I love the way you processed this. I like subway pictures. Fav
posted January 24th, 2015  
Loved the Groundhog Day movie (only one of his I did like!) - and love your subway shots! Don't stop. And especially love the melting effect. Fab processing.
posted January 25th, 2015  
Wow, wow, just wow!! Just when I didn't think you could get any better you throw this twist in (or, twirl, as the case might have it!)......awesome shot and processing! And, thanks for all that information....yes, I do have PS5 and Lightroom, but learning how to use either, and use them effectively is another matter! This is really superbly done! And, please don't stop with your subway shots....we all seem to have an element that resonates with us, and I can see why the underground does to you! I used to live in NYC in the days of the subway graffiti, and if I had been photographing them then they would have been vibrantly colorful!
posted January 25th, 2015  
I will make sure that I am not going to jump onto this train. Love the processing.
posted January 25th, 2015  
reminds me of something out of a sci-fi movie... like 12 Monkeys or something.
posted January 25th, 2015  
Very cool! Fav !
posted January 25th, 2015  
wow this is awesome!
posted January 25th, 2015  
This is really v cool. Fav.
posted January 25th, 2015  
Sooo Great!!!
posted January 25th, 2015  
Such an awesome edit. I had to fav it before reading the comments.
posted January 25th, 2015  
well that's a cool shot! love your imagination - think i've already mentioned that ... ;-)
posted January 25th, 2015  
It is like something is following her... A wave of evil moving down that train... Run, lady!!! Run! Very cool!
posted January 25th, 2015  
Truly fun.
posted January 25th, 2015  
Such a cool image! Fav
posted January 25th, 2015  
Whoa, that certainly makes you take a second and third look! Very funky and cool!
posted January 26th, 2015  
CK
Amazing and big Fav. Don't know how you do this, but you sure inspire!
posted January 26th, 2015  
warp-tastic!

posted January 26th, 2015  
Wonderful wiggly warps.
posted January 26th, 2015  
Love this! the effect is awesome. I ride the subway every day and have never taken a pic of it....maybe I'm trying to block it out or something ;)
posted January 26th, 2015  
Great shot!
posted January 26th, 2015  
Fantastic!
posted January 26th, 2015  
@cmc1200
Northy used an NEX-7, which is a posher version of my NEX-6. I'm only a newbie, but love the NEX-6 for its small size and portability, plus I can use all my old SLR lenses, and but lots more cheap ones on ebay. Not sure if that helps...
posted January 26th, 2015  
Ooh neat!
posted January 27th, 2015  
Ooh! Brilliant! Cool! Fav!
posted January 28th, 2015  
Fantastic effect!...... don't tell me... there's an app that does that for you!
posted January 28th, 2015  
@yrhenwr :). Well... There's a filter in Photoshop... Does that count?
posted January 28th, 2015  
@northy Yes it counts! :-) You have chosen and used it well. Is it full CS or Elements?
posted January 28th, 2015  
Wow so Matrix... Love it as I love Matrix. Big fat FAV.
posted January 29th, 2015  
Congrats on TT - fab, fav.
posted January 30th, 2015  
Congratulations on making the Top Twenty with this artistic shot!
posted January 31st, 2015  
GREAT seeing this on TT! I loved this shot so much!
posted January 31st, 2015  
Congrats on TT..this is amazing!
posted January 31st, 2015  
Love, love, love this!! Congrats on TT, fabulous processing and editing!! Instant fav
posted February 5th, 2015  
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