North by northwest

August 21, 2016  •  Leave a Comment

Portland, architecture, photomontageNorth by northwestPhotomontage


  A soft, motion blurred photo of a city skyline as viewed through a filmy curtain.  The addition of some delicate photomontage layers, to emphasize the lines.  The end result surprised and pleased me with its silky, luminous quality.  It reminded me of the opening title sequence of a particular Hitchcock movie.  The photograph was taken through a hotel window in Portland, Oregon so the title of the image is appropriate in more ways than one!


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