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Colmar, 015,896 sent on August 23, 2012 (9:16) by Juza. 10 comments, 4937 views.

Canon 7D, Sigma 8-16mm f/4.5-5.6 DC HSM, 1/40 f/6.3, ISO 100, hand held. Colmar, France.

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Ocram
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junior
sent on August 23, 2012 (10:08)

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Juza Hello!
Probably more difficult than a picture of a landscape is to make it one of the alleys and facades in a small town that fills the eyes, but the objectives are not always able to make as it is ...
But you, you're a resounding success!

Congratulations!

A curiosity: using a wide angle so extreme, pp. act to correct the distortion? I am not referring to this particular photo, but in general ...

Greetings

Mark

Beppeverge
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senior
sent on August 23, 2012 (11:02)

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I'll definitely be flogged and banned but I do not like this photo.
Ok, but the third lamppost on all edges except the bottom one, are in the wrong compounds.
Moreover, with the 8mm is easier to have enough space to widen the field long enough to allow a proper recovery of perspective distortions, sometimes you can even take to the buildings with the camera on the bubble to get a square format devoid of perspective distortion typical when you point the lens up.

Maybe the space was a little but do not point the camera up at random cutting windows and doors unless you have a compact camera and you want to just make a note of travel.

I'm sorry but I like to be honest, I do not want Juza.

hello

Fulcontact
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moderator
sent on August 23, 2012 (11:19)

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Beppe .. let me give you an answer "personal" .. in the sense that it is my impression .. then Juza tell her :-)

In an environment like this, where you are in front of homes with an architectural construction is rather special, no space between a building and the other, totally different colors side by side, I do not believe that the purpose of the photo was to portray in his palace entirety (at least not in this photo) but aim to highlight the "pattern" (windows and lines of houses) and combinations of different pastel colors. I've seen it done in other photos of other photographers .. and I must say that I like the effect .. In fact, my opinion, it is easier for a tourist to think to photograph the entire building that dwell on a particular geometric shapes, etc. .. on .. What then maybe this picture does not immediately understand the intent author's another story ... as well as the fact that it can like it or not .. :-)

But I repeat, it is my interpretation in the mind of the photographer .. maybe the intent was another ;-)

Juza
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admin
sent on August 23, 2012 (11:27)

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Thank you all for the comments!

@ Beppe figured, no problem, as long as they are sincere and constructive criticism like yours are welcome, too, surely I can always improve :-)

To me the perspective distortion in this photo is not crazy, but I tried to correct it and the result did not satisfy me, so I decided to leave.

Overall I would not consider it one of my best pictures, but I like pattern and colors.

Mat738
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junior
sent on August 23, 2012 (15:13)

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I have also been in those areas and it is difficult to make buildings, if not cutting off some parts and focusing on geometric patterns that decorate them. I have several pictures similar to that of Juza, who do not fully satisfy, but they represent a true reminder of how the eye interprets the tangle of colors and geometry ...

Alberto Dall'oglio
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senior
sent on August 23, 2012 (17:44)

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Juza, I agree with Beppe: here the wide angle creates too much distortion, difficult to recover ... Commenting on another of your photos said that "the houses of the less forgiving landscapes" referring just to the distortion of wide-angle thrusts.
Here I would try a different approach, more focused on some detail, using an optics normal or light canvas, to isolate a portion of which alone could describe the set ...

Phooka70
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junior
sent on August 26, 2012 (8:16)

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To think that my opinion is not worth a damn:-D I state that I am a lover of wide-angle lenses, in these cases, and for these subjects would have preferred a perspective angle from 45 ° down of course always being careful to fill the image cropping properly , in agreement with Juza for the wonderful colors agree with Beppe for the rest ...

Fladane
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senior
sent on August 26, 2012 (10:52)

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Hello, I share the full analysis Beppeverge and Alberto Dall'Oglio.
But now that this is, at least eliminerei the piece with windows cut in the sup. That, in my opinion, is just too much. Hello

Tamata
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junior
sent on September 09, 2012 (20:33)

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Hello Juza. In part, I agree with the comment of Beppe. However, using it to force the wide angle I tried to avoid an "orthogonal", typical of photos of architecture, without success fully. Affixed by tilting the bottom up, in a more pronounced'd get a picture less equivocal, probably the most original and deliberately distorted perspective. As it may not be neither fish nor fowl, that this is the main issue?
A greeting.

Filippo Formenti
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junior
sent on March 03, 2013 (20:51)

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Permeto me to speak my mind .. at the end of the photo gallery is part of the "Travel Reports" and not "architecture / urban landscape." I've been to Colmar and the photo taken is very representative of the "typical" of the place: that the pastel colors of the buildings and the geometry of the facades ... I really like it .. and I do not think it is necessary to always be technically perfect to get photos with a certain Karma! Philip



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