Here’s an interesting set of images with a pointillist look. They were taken from the window of the car passing along the New Jersey Turnpike (or one of it’s many tributaries – I was not driving). They were mostly taken at a shutter speed of around 1/200th second that almost stopped motion and in the gloomy light forced the auto-ISO very high creating digital noise. I used Fuji’s Velvia film simulation, which is a landscape-oriented, vivid saturation level, boosted the grain and texture and a little anti-haze on a couple of them, leading to the overall painterly pointillist effect. Click any image to see them all full sized.
The Great Lawn, featuring the hideous new stalagmites corrupting the view of Central Park South.