Before I went to Japan I had known about the works of Kawase Hasui and Tsuchiya Koitsu, two of the more contemporary woodblock print artists (i.e. late 19th, early 20th century). So as I gazed at one of their favourite inspirations,the great torii, I remembered that they had sketched the torii at various times of the day, at different seasons.
Since my photo had some noise, I used photoshop to give it a feeling of a woodblock print.
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lousat (95760) 2014-02-06 4:45
Ciao Claudio,a very elegant way to show us the work of these artists truly new for me and that i never heard before,the pic is very very nice,an original perspective and a great work in PP to reduce the noise and to have the best detail and bright colors,very interesting post,i like it! Have a nice evening and thanks,Luciano
Kamilutka (8107) 2014-02-06 5:07
that is very interesting picture and I would like to read even more about it. The light captured here makes the photo really pretty and adds to the scenery. I lie how there are a few plans in the image and how they differ also in colors. The most beautiful ones has the sky - well done for capturing it in this magic moment.
Thanks for sharing
carlo62 (53146) 2014-02-06 5:26
bella esposizione e bella atmosfera, ottimo riflesso.
Mi piacciono le luci calde di questa ora blu.
Oceania (5202) 2014-02-06 7:02
This is a very enjoyable picture from Japan. The color of sky is gorgeous. Also, the picture was very well composed.
I always wanted to visit Japan. The cultural, cuisine, and architectural...so attractive.
Thanks for sharing.
CLODO (35348) 2014-02-06 7:25
i like the light of your picture seeming to look at me through the big eyes, the well lighted woodblock contrasts well with the blue hour sky.
Romano46 (18472) 2014-02-06 8:06
in questa foto non fa difetto certamente l'originalitŕ del soggetto unito ad una perfetta della composizione.
Una bella foto che colpisce anche per l'efficacia del gioco di luce e di ombre ulteriormente valorizzate dal colore.
Ciao e buona giornata
Energysavingelk (2508) 2014-02-06 8:36
move a little to the left to separate the woodblock from the right lantern! Light management was very difficult, but shows options for improvement. A nice subject, I must admit.
Regards from Rhineland
fabbs99 (17175) 2014-02-06 22:53
Lovely composition of the woodblocks.Truly very sharp and crisp.Very well captured with good lighting.Thanks for sharing this beautiful work.
dekanski (5892) 2014-02-07 13:12
Motiv smo već videli, ali ovde si se uhvatio u koštac sa teškim svetlosnim uslovima, prilično uspešno. Kompozicija je odlična, boje vrlo dobre, možda je prvi plan mogao biti malko svetliji, ali to ne utiče na ukupan utisak. Čestitke!
ikeharel (76005) 2014-02-15 2:30
Fantastically managed the lights of the old lantern, and placed the illuminated traditional gate.
Long shutter speed caused a bit of a glare in excess - but this's be a minr issue when looking at the fine scenery, night shot.
Enjoy a nice weekend,
npecanhuk (76820) 2014-03-01 17:10
Very interesting and attractive details!
Sharpness, exposure, colors, vertical format, chosen pov and composition really pleased me!
TFS - congrats
serp2000 (45302) 2016-11-12 9:34
I finally got to this place too. Thanks for memories. I know this point of view, excellent evening shot. It looks like a postcard from Miyajima.
- Copyright: Klaudio Branko Dadich (daddo) (27592)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2009-11-05
- Categories: Architecture
- Exposure: f/4.5, 1/1.25 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Travelogue: Unforgetable Japan
- Date Submitted: 2014-02-06 4:41