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Astoria and Long Island City


Fred G

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Hey! I visited on Sunday and got motivated over Astoria and the Court House Square - Hunters Point thing for photos. Here are some of the photos I took and I hope you enjoy them :)

 

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If you want more, go to http://madre-de-dios.org/gallery2/v/movement/trains/fieldtrips/021509/

 

Thanks for viewing, folks!

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Always would wonder what things would look like if we didn't have daylight like on the moon (atmosphere scattering the blue rays and blocking the clear view of the blackness of space). Why did it do that? Was that deliberate for a stylized look? If so, what's it called?

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Always would wonder what things would look like if we didn't have daylight like on the moon (atmosphere scattering the blue rays and blocking the clear view of the blackness of space). Why did it do that? Was that deliberate for a stylized look? If so, what's it called?

 

Monotone. There is grey monotone, and sepia. Of course you can have other colors, but those 2 are the traditional film types, but now you got digital, so effect had to be added.

 

You can still buy sepia and grayscale film.

 

- A

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