“Metropolis”, photos by Martin Roemers.
Really love how the traffic flows around the table in the second. I feel a serious travel itch starting
I feel like there are many city pictures with blurs like these done, but these pictures are great. Theres more that it captures. Awesome photos!
Beautiful… very similar to Alexey Titarenko’s style…
muy bueno! alguien sabe como hizo el efecto? si es por una técnica de fotografía, o con photoshop?
I had the same reaction Colin. However I suspect they are products of photoshop, the static elements are questionable and it is so very clean cut. I could be wrong (i often am) and it doesn’t discredit them or detract from my appreciation… Good work
i dont know what you mean products of photoshop, that’s how a long exposure works – static elements are more in focus and objects that move around become blurred. these are just perfectly exposed
they make me really think how beautiful people are
These are awesome…they have a 3d feel that you don’t get in regular images.
Amazing use of low shutter speeds. Captures the chaos of the developing world wonderfully. Major props.
oh i like these very much
Greetings from Peter Biablorezki 🙂
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