Castel Sant' Angelo in Rome.
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jwmunro (286) 2005-08-27 14:17
You have the beginnings of a good travel shot here. You have a foreground interest (cyclist and man talking) and leading lines into the subject. But, the color cast is way too strong and should be removed. Once the color cast is removed you still have some of the residual orange color from the lights but they add some warmth to the image. The big downside of this image is that the bridge lights are grossly overexposed and dominate the image. My final comment is that these type of images should be taken when there is still a bit of light in the sky so that you don't have 1/3rd of the image taken up by black.
Nice try and thanks for sharing
vichka_sun (445) 2006-04-15 7:21
I like night photo. Good symmetrical composition!
Theana (623) 2006-04-23 11:05
I like this picture and the atmosphere which it creates. The only thing I personally would change is to crop the small bits of rubbish on the floor on the lower right hand side. But the brilliant lights I think look nice!
ArtLook (2348) 2006-11-21 18:04
I like symmetry on this picture. The lights of the lamps on this bridge look pretty interesting. I agree with Ulrike that the rubbish irritate an eye... As usual I am trying fix something like this in photoshop for better view. Anyway, good night shot!
With BEST Regards,
Lix (0) 2006-12-28 9:28
great, this is a very good shot. Good lights, well done
Vanni (172) 2007-01-22 4:38
great shot. i like the perspective you took and the way you captured the light. its a nice affect! however, i feel that the castel is too much orangy. its even more prominent than the foreground which it might be good because it provides perfect contrast from the foreground and the black background. however, such orange hurts my eyes. I dont know what you think... but i would have tried to neutralize the colour a bit.
Thanks for sharing
giorgimer (34804) 2009-03-24 15:54
wonderful nightshot of Castel Sant'Angelo. Good POV, I like the statues in the FG framing the view.