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Photo "Gatchina. The Prior's Palace"

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There is a stairs toward water. This shot is done form there 
Wed 14 Mar 2007 18:43
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Jorge Rosa Jorge Rosa #1 Wed 14 Mar 2007 20:15

Very good perspective and details!

silvia marmori silvia marmori #2 Wed 14 Mar 2007 20:54

so good angle.. the light enhance the saturated colours..
i made a variant with another crop.. it is not a correction to yours, as i think that is excellent.. just is another try, even towers remains too centred at mine my variant of the photo


Vladislav Sorokin Vladislav Sorokin #3 Thu 15 Mar 2007 12:10

Hmm... Your solution is "right", "proper", but very "technical" I think...

silvia marmori silvia marmori #5 Thu 15 Mar 2007 13:59

yes, as i told you, it wasn't a correction.. i made that variant to try as an option , to see to avoid that white area..
maybe more an abstract, yes!
by the way.. i am sure that "right and proper", doesn't exist.. it is within each of us, the real rules ..
thank you so much for taking a look at variant!

Vladislav Sorokin Vladislav Sorokin #6 Thu 15 Mar 2007 15:00

Regarding "right and proper": please agree that if you shot a black sphere on a white table, and on the photo the sphere is placed into the middle of, this is indeed "right and proper", but not interesting smile )

silvia marmori silvia marmori #7 Thu 15 Mar 2007 15:38

yess.. but who may assure that middle is proper or not.. and also... who may say what is interesting or not?.. smile
this is my point when i wrote about real rules..
they don't exist for me, even there are whole books about them..
we follow feelings..
for example, when i said i crop your image to avoid that white area, it wasn't because rules say anyhting.. i just try to make my eye not distracted by it.. but maybe there is someone that likes that..
i always add, when i make a variant, that it is my view, not a correction.. to respect the other's view, but also to give mine..
who is right? . well, who cares? smile the exchange of opinions and feelings is what makes us enrich! smile

Vladislav Sorokin Vladislav Sorokin #8 Thu 15 Mar 2007 17:13

OK, OK, I just said that your solution is too technician, excatly because of
- tower is too centered
- there is nothing on the image except the tower

Berenice Kauffmann Abud  - AFIAP Berenice Kauffmann Abud - AFIAP #9 Fri 16 Mar 2007 05:59

Perfect capture!!!! Great point of view with wonderful details and colors!!! Congrats!

Olga Gluschenko Olga Gluschenko #10 Tue 3 Apr 2007 11:07

Отличный ракурс, композиция и цвета! Здорово!