Digital workspace experience

Uploaded: March 22, 2005 03:29:19

Description

I made this image at night by using a 70-200 lens during a very long exposure. The lens was stopped down to f/22 + 1. As the image exposed,I slowly zoomed back and fouth.

In post-processing,I altered the color of the left side of the image by choosing the origional color and sliding the hue and saturation bar until I liked the tonal changes.

Comments

Roger Bernabo March 22, 2005

VERY creative Donnarae! I believe you captured an intangible subject-the digital age- so very well and in such a unique way; even in thmubnail this says digital... well done! #227687

Donna R. Moratelli March 22, 2005

Thanks very much; Roger!!! #1197049

Donna W. Neal March 22, 2005

Wow, this is great Donnarae! #1197058

Carolyn M. Fletcher level-deluxe March 22, 2005

Excellent! #1197060

Janet L. Skinner March 22, 2005

AWESOME!!!! Thanks for telling us how you achieved this, Donnarae!! #1197076

Carla Metzler March 22, 2005

Excellent, Donnarae! #1197089

Paul Michko March 22, 2005

Awesome work, Donnarae. Very creative. #1197092

Tammy Scott March 22, 2005

Neat shot, Donna!! Nice work! #1197131

Jeff Robinson level-deluxe March 22, 2005

Really nice work Donna! Jeff #1197147

Donna R. Moratelli March 22, 2005

Thanks; Jeff, Tammy, Paul, Carla, Janet & Carolyn, & Donna.
I'm very happy with all of the comments.
I thought that this would be an image that we could all relate to since we spend so much time here. Thanks; very much. #1197316

Sharon E. Lowe level-addict March 22, 2005

Very nice Donna - you are getting so good at the PS stuff!! #1197344

Donna R. Moratelli March 22, 2005

Thanks Sharon. #1197381

Marcy March 22, 2005

This picture is fabulous! It tells a story with a futuristic look. Ma #1197465

Donna R. Moratelli March 22, 2005

Hi Ma, Thanks!! #1197486

Kelly Abernathy level-classic March 22, 2005

Every day I look forward to your post to see what you've come up with. You are so creative. I love this one - such a cool long exposure! Looking forward to seeing what's coming next -K #1197753

William C. Raco level-classic March 22, 2005

wow, this is wonderful, Donna!
I love the effects and color.
Thanks so much for detailing how you did this.
Excellent work!!

bill
#1197983

Stan Kwasniowski March 22, 2005

Donnarae, what a gorgeous image, everything int he right place so we can all enjoy viewing it

Stan Kwasniowski #1198014

Donna R. Moratelli March 22, 2005

Thanks, Stan, Bill & Kelly!!!!!!!!! I really appreciate all of your comments.
THis image was a tough one to acheive and took a lot of time but the results and all of your comments made it worth all of the time and effort. Thanks again everyone!! #1198972

Jordi Delgado April 21, 2005

Congrats for this cool finalist, Donna!!

:-)) #1272957

Wendy Stevenson April 21, 2005

Congrats on making the finals Donna with this excellent image!! #1273441

Deb Holmes-Hatfield April 21, 2005

Congrats Donna!!! #1274080

Laura Clay-Ballard April 21, 2005

Congratulations. cool #1274597

Stan Kwasniowski April 21, 2005

Donnarae, Congratulation, best of luck in the next round

Stan Kwasniowski #1274821

Stacey A. Bates April 21, 2005

Congrats Donnarae!! #1275283

Karen Engelbreth April 21, 2005

Congratulations again, Donnarae :0)! #1276773

Deborah C. Lewinson level-addict April 21, 2005

Congrats again, Donna! #1277758

To discuss, first log in or sign up (buttons are at top center of page).

Get Constructive Critiques

Sign up for an interactive online photography course to get critiques on your photos.


 

Did You Know?

Discussions by Category: You can view photo discussions on various themes in the Community > Photo Discussions section of the site.

BetterPhoto Websites: If you see an orange website link directly under the photographer's name, it's totally okay. It's not spam. The reason: BetterPhoto is the one that offers these personal photography websites. We are supporting our clients with those links.

Unavailable EXIF: If there is no other information but 'Unavailable' in the EXIF (meaning no EXIF data exists with the photo), the 'Unavailable' blurb is not displayed. If there is any info, it shows. Many photos have the EXIF stripped out when people modify the image and resave it, before uploading.


 

The following truth is one of the core philosophies of BetterPhoto:

I hear, I forget.
I see, I remember.
I do, I understand.

You learn by doing. Take your next online photography class.

BetterPhoto.com Photo Contest Finalist


Copyright for this gallery photo belongs solely to Donna R. Moratelli.
Images may not be copied, downloaded, or used in any way without the expressed, written permission of the photographer.
Log in to follow or message this photographer or report this photo.