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Convento De Las Duenas, Salamanca
 

Convento De Las Duenas, Salamanca


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Absolutly marvellous picture ! The non-film gives all details with great precision and the frame is perfect. (sorry for my bad english : I'm french)

 

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Thanks Lou, but it's not 'non-film' - I don't know how that got there. I've tried to change this in 'Fuji-Sensia', but this is just added to it, instead of replacing it. Actually it's a colorslide scanned with a Minolta scanner
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I would like it even better if the light in the foreground wasn't so bright, but the exposure of the interior is great, and I love the contrast of light and dark, together with the shadows from the columns.
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I'm viewing this on my laptop and the ceiling looks pitch black. I hope that's what it looks like in the actual photo too. That makes it look like you're looking into a box. As if these are just windows into another world from a dark empty place. Very very nice!
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Theo, you have some really original and beautiful photo's in your folders. This is one of them. The exposure has been very good on this one.
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Wow, it took me a very long time to figure out this one!! I think I'm right in what I deducted.. This is a hallway and that is natural light in a courtyard. Maybe some figured it out right away, but not me! It looks like an independent structure with lighting inside. It wasn't until I really examined the dark patterns above that I realized it is a ceiling and thus.. a hallway. Regardless.. Very wonderful result.
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I really like the idea and composition. The exposure of shadows is just fine, but it really is a shame that the highlights in the foreground are blown out. Are you sure there is no detail in the film? In that case adjusting the scanning parameters might give you a better picture. Anyway, this is realy nice
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This stunning picture, fantastically exposed and composed, is not a hallway. It's the second floor of a Monastery's Cloister spectacularly shot taken advantage of natural light.

Theo is a great photographer who, apart from his technical skills, has anothet fundamental skill for photographers: patience for the right moment (no toursts and the approppriate light)

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Excellent work on the exposure and composition here, Theo. I have been there, too, and took this shot. But I did not handle the exposure so well as you did. Best wishes. Peter
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