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Wallpaper Details: Window To Gotham City

High-resolution desktop wallpaper Window to Gotham City by Dominic Kamp
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Window to Gotham City

November 22nd, 2013

"The Dark Knight" inspired me to create this image of someone watching over New York City.

Adobe Photoshop CS6, Camera RAW 8.

Nikon D800, Nikon AF-S NIKKOR 50mm f/1.4G.

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black » blue » city » city lights » cityscape » dark blue » digital composition » landmarks » new york » new york city » night » people » urban »

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Comments from the Community

Posted By: Dominic Kamp
about 3 years ago
For everybody who regards the person standing on the window as a dealbreaker, I uploaded an empty version to my homepage www.dominickamp.de
Posted By: markofinsanity
about 3 years ago
Dominic, I laughed when reading your post, it is aimed perfectly at me! I love both images, so well crafted - but I'll use the no-person for my screensaver. Thank you for your artistry.
Posted By: knaim
about 3 years ago
Give this guy the Internet.
Posted By: todamax15
about 3 years ago
Always love your work. Did you do the original image of this, which I believe has been floating around the internet for the past years?

This looks awesome by the way regardless.
Posted By: bobo
about 2 months ago
Great looking cityscape. Great looking cityscape. Great looking cityscape. Great looking cityscape. Great looking cityscape.

The perspective is completely wrong. The reflection in the floor shows far too much of the cityscape. The absolute lowest point of the view that should be visible in the floor reflection would be the point visible when the eye is level with the floor (and even less from the apparent high angle view of the viewer's eye position). Instead, in this picture, the floor is reflecting extra light visible from the elevated position of the viewer, which would be impossible since that light is coming from below the plane of the reflective floor. The actual reflection should only show roughly the upper half of the cityscape viewable from the observers point of view (exactly how much depends on the viewer height above the floor, distance to the window and outside objects, etc.)

Also, the tiles in the floor are angled incorrectly. Assuming the floor is level, then the lines in the floor should roughly meet up at an infinity point on the horizon, but are instead drawn to meet up at an infinity point about a foot above the man's head, far below the horizon. As drawn, the floor would either have to be severely tilted down, or the tiles would be non-square to create such an illusion.

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