Published: Saturday 12th of June 2004 12:33:26 AM
love the title! absolutely brilliant work....
Nice composition with that gate. Pnina
I know of a very artistic gate -(not like this, but like this)- and I've been trying to figure out how to shoot the intricacies of the finials while contending with an unusual background. It's not easy. I think you have accomplished a difficult task. Good job.
Lovely and sharp? Wouldn't want to fall on it. (",)
Like the lighting and the perfect depth of field.
I like the composition. the gold tips really stand out against the blue sky, but get lost against the building in the background.
Hi Joe, indeed I uploaded this 4 years ago. Figure it's about time to get you guys' critiques. Ken, as soon as the upload is finished, voila, the compression artifacts! Anyone knows how to avoid this?
Nice, Very nice except for compression, which is none of your fault Cheers
very "elegant" shot. i like how you have blues extending down in the midst of the brown background of the building, with the browns of the building rising into the blue of the sky. definitely like the color symmetry. I'd be curious to see how this would look with even less DOF.
Wilson Very nice rendering of a not unusual sight. Although somewhat harsch, nice lighting. The lines and colors are very pleasing. Is that compression noise that I'm seeing around the gold tips in the blue background sky?
Wilson: I like the shot. Like how you handled the DOF. Well seen and well executed.
Great photo. Perfect use of the light and cropping.
Thanks for y'all feedback, truly appreciate it. ^_^
Form, colors, composition, subject, exposure, clarity -- all appealing to us. Wonderful job.
Very cool. I love this. It's a wonderful shot.
CR: Another inspiration... RE
"Artfully Forbidden" (Old Time Favorite.) Form, colors, composition, subject, are these elements appealing to you? Thanks for taking the time to comment.