Insomne ​​en Manhattan

Sleepless In Manhattan

Cojines

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billyboy

Rhode St. Genese, Bélgica

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Información sobre los tamaños

Tamaño Ideal para Relleno disponible
Cojín 16 x 16 inch Sofás, camas
Cojín 18 x 18 inch Sofás, camas
Cojín 20 x 20 inch Sofás, camas
Cojín 24 x 24 inch Sofás, camas, suelo
Cojín 26 x 26 inch Sofás, camas, suelo
Cojín de suelo 36 x 36 inch Suelo Funda
Aviso: Algunos diseños no están disponibles en todos los tamaños.

Recomendamos utilizar rellenos de un tamaño mayor que las fundas para que el cojín quede bien mullido.

Características

  • Estampado de colores vibrantes por ambos lados, perfecto para llenar cualquier habitación de arte.
  • Diseños de artistas independientes estampados solo para ti bajo pedido.
  • Funda suave pero firme 100 % poliéster. Relleno opcional del mismo material.
  • Cremallera invisible, como mandan las normas del buen diseño.

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Descripción del artista

50,393 views, 551 faves, 53 features, 121 sales – January 2017
New York City, USA
Canon EOS 100, EF 28-80 USM, Fuji Reala color negative film, converted to digital with Canon film scanner FS 2710. BW conversion in PS3.

Featured in:

New York City
Americas~ Rural, Urban, Wild, Free
The Black & White Photography Enthousiasts
5000 + Views
Black & White Night Photography
Sky High Group
Light Up My Life
New York City Journalism
Most Favourites Group
Ace Café
Black and White Photography
Art Universe
B&W Photography 4 You
High Quality Images
All About New York State
Night of Low Light
The Virtual Museum
Most Viewed Images Group
Cityscapes and City Skylines
The Group
Film Photography
Superbly Visual
Exquisition
Zingers
Art For Sale
Featured for a Challenge
The Power of Photography
The Silky Touch
Black & White Spotlight
Truly The Best
Inspired Art
A Class Of It`s Own
Artists Universe
BnW Photography
City Life Is The Only Life
Before and After
RB – 25 Deliciously Detailed Streets and Cityscapes
Love Affair With The Lens
Artists Universe – Artist of the Month Award, Feb 2013
New York State Group
Challenge Accepted
Self Taught Photographers
Downtown
Solo Exhibition – SoJie 22
Snaptacular
Americas – Rural, Urban, Wild and Free
United States – Monthly Themes
Postcard Destinations
Prima Challenges
We Sell it Fast
The Best of Anything and Everything
Fine Art Photography by Canon
1000 Plus

Taken from top of the Empire State Building, NYC, 10:00 PM… all that was missing was the Batman logo reflecting off the overcast sky, and strains of Gershwin melodies riding on the wind.
In fact it was so windy up there I had to jam my lightweight tripod against the wall with my knee to keep everything still. Out of 8 takes from 4 different views, this was the only one to come out sharp enough to use.

Originally shot on Fuji 100 ISO color print film with a Canon EOS-100 SLR and 28-80mm lens, scanned to digital on a Canon FS2710 negative scanner, then seriously edited in Photoshop. I decided to post the BW conversion as the inspiration from Batman and Gershwin was just too overwhelming to pass on when I saw what effect the monochrome had on the overall dynamic.

Aside from the BW conversion (simply destaurated the master), I have to admit this take has been seriously tweaked, mainly using level and contrast tools in PS2 in selected areas… kind of like the way a dark room technician would dodge and burn a BW print from a negative a gazillion years ago…

Here’s what came out of the scanner before the tweaks to give a before & after comparison:

CHALLENGE WINS:

Favourite Places you Take, Make or Paint – Monochrome / Black & White
Cover Shots – Lights of the City
Skyscrapers – Avatar Challenge
Americas ~ Rural, Urban, Wild and Free – CityScapes In America
Challenge Accepted – From Rooftops and Windows
All About New York State – What Does New York Mean To You?
Challenge Accepted – From Rooftops and Windows
All About New York State – New York By Night
All About New York State – New York, New York !!!
Postcard Destinations – March 2014 Feature Challange
We Sell it Fast – Your Best Sold Work
BassenThorpe Gallery – City Skylines
Downtown – View from a Skyscraper

Thanx so much to everyone who dug this enough to let me know ♥

Descripción del artista

50,393 views, 551 faves, 53 features, 121 sales – January 2017
New York City, USA
Canon EOS 100, EF 28-80 USM, Fuji Reala color negative film, converted to digital with Canon film scanner FS 2710. BW conversion in PS3.

Featured in:

New York City
Americas~ Rural, Urban, Wild, Free
The Black & White Photography Enthousiasts
5000 + Views
Black & White Night Photography
Sky High Group
Light Up My Life
New York City Journalism
Most Favourites Group
Ace Café
Black and White Photography
Art Universe
B&W Photography 4 You
High Quality Images
All About New York State
Night of Low Light
The Virtual Museum
Most Viewed Images Group
Cityscapes and City Skylines
The Group
Film Photography
Superbly Visual
Exquisition
Zingers
Art For Sale
Featured for a Challenge
The Power of Photography
The Silky Touch
Black & White Spotlight
Truly The Best
Inspired Art
A Class Of It`s Own
Artists Universe
BnW Photography
City Life Is The Only Life
Before and After
RB – 25 Deliciously Detailed Streets and Cityscapes
Love Affair With The Lens
Artists Universe – Artist of the Month Award, Feb 2013
New York State Group
Challenge Accepted
Self Taught Photographers
Downtown
Solo Exhibition – SoJie 22
Snaptacular
Americas – Rural, Urban, Wild and Free
United States – Monthly Themes
Postcard Destinations
Prima Challenges
We Sell it Fast
The Best of Anything and Everything
Fine Art Photography by Canon
1000 Plus

Taken from top of the Empire State Building, NYC, 10:00 PM… all that was missing was the Batman logo reflecting off the overcast sky, and strains of Gershwin melodies riding on the wind.
In fact it was so windy up there I had to jam my lightweight tripod against the wall with my knee to keep everything still. Out of 8 takes from 4 different views, this was the only one to come out sharp enough to use.

Originally shot on Fuji 100 ISO color print film with a Canon EOS-100 SLR and 28-80mm lens, scanned to digital on a Canon FS2710 negative scanner, then seriously edited in Photoshop. I decided to post the BW conversion as the inspiration from Batman and Gershwin was just too overwhelming to pass on when I saw what effect the monochrome had on the overall dynamic.

Aside from the BW conversion (simply destaurated the master), I have to admit this take has been seriously tweaked, mainly using level and contrast tools in PS2 in selected areas… kind of like the way a dark room technician would dodge and burn a BW print from a negative a gazillion years ago…

Here’s what came out of the scanner before the tweaks to give a before & after comparison:

CHALLENGE WINS:

Favourite Places you Take, Make or Paint – Monochrome / Black & White
Cover Shots – Lights of the City
Skyscrapers – Avatar Challenge
Americas ~ Rural, Urban, Wild and Free – CityScapes In America
Challenge Accepted – From Rooftops and Windows
All About New York State – What Does New York Mean To You?
Challenge Accepted – From Rooftops and Windows
All About New York State – New York By Night
All About New York State – New York, New York !!!
Postcard Destinations – March 2014 Feature Challange
We Sell it Fast – Your Best Sold Work
BassenThorpe Gallery – City Skylines
Downtown – View from a Skyscraper

Thanx so much to everyone who dug this enough to let me know ♥

Comentarios sobre el diseño

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