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Haas Haus (Vienna, Austria) (2)

Haas Haus (Vienna, Austria) (2)
Copyright ©2006, Sergey Green
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Photographer: Sergey Green
Folder: sngreen
Uploaded: 18-Jan-2006 16:01 CET
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Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 1/200 s
Aperture: F/6.3
Focal length: 14 mm
Lens: 14-54
Focusing method: iESP P-AF
ISO: 200
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
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Image resized to: 893x600

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Came back to this picture again after viewing it for several times.
This building has potentials for making nice reflection images.
Is it possible to go higher up to get level with the 3rd floor?
I guess that is would be nice to see only the square windows with the reflection from the opposite.
I will remember this building for next time I am in Vienna, thanks for sharing it..

cheers

Fonzy - at 11:49 CET on 19-Jan-2006 [Reply]

Haas Haus (Vienna, Austria) (2)

Thanks for looking, Fons,

You know, I did not even think about it. Now as you said it, I will be tempted to try it the first thing I am in that area. I think there is a cafe on the ground and first floors of the opposite building. I am not sure, but I also think there is something on top of the opposite building as well, since I saw people looking out from there in summer (nicely dressed, holding the wine glasses and with cigars in their noses, etc). Here is the page that describes this building; http://www.wien-vienna.at/blickpunkte.php?ID=257

There is one image on that page that is taken from one of the towers of Stephans Dome. It is way too high for reflections, but you can see the corner of the opposite to it building, which is about of the same height.

Actually I was thinking of making panorama from the middle of that square. There is one building there that was donated by the American company, and few other interesting buildings as well. It is like all the streets are sort of splitting from there. The problem is, however, that there are always scores of people there. I would not even know what time would be the best - perhaps Saturday morning, in early hours or so.

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Sergey Green at 13:36 CET on 19-Jan-2006 [Reply]