Touched The Light

Discussion in 'General Gallery' started by Sultan AlZaabi, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. Sultan AlZaabi

    Sultan AlZaabi TPF Noob!

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    Nikon D200
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    White Balance : Daylight
    -------ISO : 100
    --------Length : 120mm
    -------Exposure : 1/100sec
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  2. danir

    danir No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Nice picture. Kind of sad.

    Dani
     
  3. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    This is a beautiful photo, very much to my heart's content: the window alone (I love windows and have a whole collection of just part-wall-and-a-window-photos) and the texture of the building and this lovely light. I doubt we in our regions ever get this quality of light, seems like our light here in north-west Europe is always kind of muted compared to this.
     
  4. Majik Imaje

    Majik Imaje TPF Noob!

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    Yes I agree. this is a most wonderful image to look at. It imparts a lot of feeling.

    Two things I notice right off the bat. One is the excess yellow, I can only wonder what you would 'FEEL" when you take some of the yellow out ?

    It does have a nice "warm' feeling about it. I am NOT saying it is the WRONG color, but that a COLDER color would / might impart a different feeling?

    The depth of field was the first thing I noticed. when you have razor sharpness everywhere in that image. IT TENDS to show more TEXTURE, everwhere. Texture with detail.

    GREAT COMPOSITION. "Well done"!
     
  5. mdw

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    I like this one! :) Although there is not much to see, you still keep looking at the picture. I think this one will do great in B&W, you will get a totally different feeling.

    Nice picture though.
     
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    Oh wow. How nice? I really like it. It makes you wonder what's on the other side of the window. Good job.
     
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    beautiful picture. The color is so intense and the shadows just perfect
     

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