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Karlskirche (Wien, ?sterreich)

Karlskirche (Wien, ?sterreich)
Copyright ©2006, Sergey Green
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Photographer: Sergey Green
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Uploaded: 01-Jul-2006 21:51 CEST
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Camera: Olympus E500
Exposure time: 1/4 s
Aperture: F/2.8
Focal length: 14 mm
Lens: 14-54
Focusing method:
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: RAW
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Image resized to: 900x681

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Great colors (blue is just fine), reflections, composition.
Very good image.
Regards, Manuel Sousa

manuel sousa at 11:13 CEST on 02-Jul-2006 [Reply]

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Very appealing colours, i guess the time for taking the image was choosen on purpose? Still some light in the sky, but dark enough to have a nicely illuminated facade. I especiallly like the center part of the image - the entrance and its reflection on the water.
Regards,
Dietrich

Dietrich Gloger at 12:16 CEST on 02-Jul-2006 [Reply]

*With a little adjustment it's a winner*

Very nice image the spotlights in and on the building create a good ambience.
Because the building is the main subject and we can not see the reflection for 100% in the water I would cut out the bottom part of the reflection just underneath the pillars.
Also I would do a little perspective adjustment ....
Also that light on the right side from across the street buildings is pulling the eye towards it, cut it or crop it out...
When al this is done ( I did it my self first to test it out) you will have an perfect image "a Winner as we like to say"
Hope this is coming over as positive critics because this image can be much better than it already is....

Best regards,

Fonzy - at 17:28 CEST on 02-Jul-2006 [Reply]

Karlskirche (Wien, ?sterreich)

I have slightly cropped away the sidelights - not sure what you mean by cutting out the bottom part of the reflection - have you done an example of it? Do not link it this post, just put a clickable link.
Thanks,
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Sergey Green at 19:05 CEST on 02-Jul-2006 [Reply]

Great!

I like the perfect timing of the "Blue Hour", the sky and the bulilding lights makes nice tones and colors... I'm missing the full reflection...

at 21:15 CEST on 08-Jul-2006 [Reply]