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Stratospheric atonement

Stratospheric atonement
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Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Photographer: Bruce Thomas
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Uploaded: 05-Aug-2009 04:29 CEST
Current Rating: 8.33/6
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Camera: Olympus C8080
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Lens: 28mm
Focusing method: iESP
ISO: 100
White balance: Auto
Flash: no
Image format: HQ
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Image resized to: 634x484

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Nice shot

Specially because taken with the C8080 and not with a high spec DSLR.
I like the symmetric composition and the lightning.
Since there is so little colour, I'd try it in B&W, may gain in dramatism.
Good job!


Jes Consuegra at 07:12 CEST on 08-Aug-2009 [Reply]


Forgot to rate it...

Jes Consuegra at 07:12 CEST on 08-Aug-2009 [Reply]


Great capture and perfect management of light. I especially like the delicate shades of grey in the upper half of the photo which looks like black-and-white photo. The blue water surface (lake?) gives a nice additional touch to photo and the symmetry you have chosen works well in this photo. It gives some majesty to this building. Well done! Pekka.

Pekka Nihtinen at 13:54 CEST on 08-Aug-2009 [Reply]


Thanks to all for commenting on this photo. I do find the C-8080 is very hard to beat. It's so easy to carry and does a great job at covering a wide variety of subjects and turns out a photo just as sharp as it's larger/heavier cousin DSLR's...

Long live the 8080.

If it had a manual zoom would be 'perfect'.

Thanks to all, again.

Bruce Thomas at 02:06 CEST on 09-Aug-2009 [Reply]


Oly 8080 is the best. I use other dsrl but the lens of my 8080 is N 1- Good work Bruce

Sergio Di Giovanni at 12:29 CEST on 09-Aug-2009 [Reply]


Nice! I like the touch of blue at the bottom.

Every time I go there there's a stage set up in that space!

Gillian Simpson at 21:32 CEST on 19-Aug-2009 [Reply]


Great composition and the lone person standing near the windows gives a nice sense of scale.

Greg Mennegar at 06:03 CET on 28-Oct-2009 [Reply]