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A slight unusual view on the cathedral of Freiburg (Germany).
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Nice good shot, Udo,
IMO , I would clean it up a little .
On the right there are to many white spots in the air.
And if you would have taken a few steps to the right you would have a picture from the bridge leading the eye to the tower of the Cathedral.
Overall good shot...;-)
Fonzy - at 15:48 CEST on 16-Sep-2005 [Reply]
> On the right there are to many white spots in the air.
> And if you would have taken a few steps to the right you would have a picture from the bridge
> leading the eye to the tower of the Cathedral.
Thanks, Fons. I suppose the white spots come from the "color curves" that reveal some noise.
I couldn't go more to the right because otherwise I would have fallen from the bridge ;-))
Indeed I considered to change the perspective in the way you suggest. But I would have had to get up more to the top of the bridge and then the curve of the left balustrade would have been shortened.
I rather exactly applied the Three Thirds Rule in the composition. And the top pole of the left ballustrade is exact in line with the tower of the cathedral.
Udo Altmann at 16:01 CEST on 16-Sep-2005 [Reply]
> Thanks, Fons. I suppose the white spots come from the "color curves" that reveal some noise.
Sorry, no noise but reflection from the leaves or of an illuminated building behind the tree ...
Udo Altmann at 16:04 CEST on 16-Sep-2005 [Reply]