Museum of Liverpool's facade again. I feel the need to apologise for the repetitive subject matter but I don't get out much!
Im going back to the Isle of Anglesey at the end of this week so providing the weather is ok I promise I will get new photographic stock soon!
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tyro (13585) 2012-09-10 6:44
Well, this one stands out from the thumbnail but that, of course, is because tall portrait ("bookmark") thumbnails appear very much larger than all the others!
Nonetheless this picture is again another of your wonderfully "graphic" images, well seen and very well taken too. The 45° tilt certainly makes the picture much more interesting from the point of view of its graphic quality and its other technical qualities of exposure, colours, contrasts and sharpness are perfect.
P.S. Did you get my answer on the forum to your question about "hyperlinks"? I hope it's of some use to you: if not, get back to me!
P.P.S. How lovely that you're heading off to Anglesey. I'd love to go there sometime, especially to Cemaes Bay where I'd try to seek out the old house in which two maiden great aunts of mine once lived - I last visited that place about 60 years ago!
timecapturer (31278) 2012-09-10 6:47
this is a stunner! Love the way you have interpreted this composition, it is so imaginative and effective. I love the way you see the world, you have a great eye for originality and a talent for presenting everyday views creatively. Superb!
Have a great week - Brian.
bona (10224) 2012-09-10 7:01
fantastic point of view and graphism here. A real artwork.
jga (1062) 2012-09-10 7:17
What a perspective!!!
The composition is really great.
annjackman (13463) 2012-09-10 8:02
Totally original and memorable. The framing and tilt are great. I like the slight colour of the chairs and the expanse of silvery grey. I don't get tired of this sort of picture - so much your style!
Best wishes, Ann
Royaldevon (18361) 2012-09-10 8:55
Ha, Ha, Michael, don't apologise for posting from a similar location, each of your shots has been quite individual; I feel no sense of repetition.
Anglesey really is a lovely place to have on your agenda. I went to a wedding at Plas Newydd which was a superb location.
This is a most unusual eye-catching shot. The tilt gives a whole new dimension, allowing the diagonal pattern to flow down the frame, or extend upwards, whichever your interpretation. The bookmark style seems to have given it more vigour, concentrating it in a very compact area. A fine exposure, pleasingly sharp.
My warm regards,
janneman (2228) 2012-09-10 10:06
Supperb in every way!!
yaya13baut (3344) 2012-09-10 10:26
excellent original POV on the façade. And good vertical crop that emphasizes the graphical look of the picture, around its roof.
well done and creative.
besnard (49031) 2012-09-10 10:50
Un marque-page réalisé de manière parfaite, graphique et qui donne le vertige.
Bravo et bonne soirée.
jester5 (1620) 2012-09-10 11:35
Beautiful graphic image.Excellent use angles and tilt to make a stunning bookmark,well done.
Bluejeans (64241) 2012-09-10 12:33
Ola Michael ,
Belo ângulo de visão com estes detalhes de arquitetura nesta fachada deste museu , boa profundidade de foto , parabéns!!
Um abraço Gonçalo
ourania (13085) 2012-09-10 12:52
a brilliant idea and a stunning realization. You have managed the perspective, patterns and colours of the architecture in an utterly creative way. I love how the patterns start out dynamically from the top of the frame diminishing towards the bottom where they reach different patterns along with space, light, reflections, warm colours and a tiny but important human presence. I also find superb the bottom left corner with the steps and the bottom right one with the buildings. A marvellously rendered study, congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a great evening,
ACL1978 (6103) 2012-09-10 13:18
On the contrary, I find your devotion to some of your subjects impressive. You always seem to manage to get a new look and a new angle and breathe new life into these buildings. This one is, of course, all about the crop and the framing, and it works really nicely as an abstract piece with the geometric formation flowing down the image and creating a nice sense of movement. I'll be interested to see your shots from Anglesey - a return to rocky shore shots for you, perhaps!
rbellemare (2087) 2012-09-10 18:31
Very nice picture, superb POV. This is masterpiece, a great composition.
CanmoreKevin (2111) 2012-09-10 19:47
A beautiful composition. I love how the pattern seems to grow from the bottom right to the upper left.
npecanhuk (54221) 2012-09-10 20:26
I really like this one!
Impressive façade details that were worked so nicely by you!
Special regards to the bookmark format, composition and exposure!
TFS - congrats,
mirosu (5557) 2012-09-11 1:11
A great use of diagonal lines. The deep depth of field is perfect. A well presented crop allows eyes to remain fixed on the facade structure. This is a really excellent photo, and is a good example of architectural mode. Perfectly framed in vertical format. Well done..
jhm (123140) 2012-09-11 3:59
Indeed a bootmark format but absolutely not bad.
Almost a three dimentional image.
Perfect depth and perspective picture.
Composition and presentation are excellent taken.
Very well done, TFS.
dkmurphys (37419) 2012-09-11 4:04
What a splendid angle! Truly artistic and original catch, well done!
Noel_Byrne (8073) 2012-09-11 9:23
Its only here on trekearth that I learned about bookmark photos, and I have to say, they are really attractive ways to see images. This one actually confused my mind for a few moments, as I had no idea what angle I was looking at, and thought I was looking straight down. Excellent image, draws the eye perfectly and a great shaped frame.
JFS (32429) 2012-09-12 3:53
Mike, What can it say...spectacular, impressive, stunning, I love it!
trevormoffiet (927) 2012-09-12 4:57
A very interesting, eye-catching and tantalising image. It took me a little while to work out the diagonal orientation.
pajaran (36906) 2012-09-12 21:59
Vrlo interesantan i lep pogled.
Dobra ostrina i kontrast, lepe boje.
Dobar tekst i kompozicija, lepa fasada.
Dobar vertikalni format fotografije.
Imajte lep i uspesan dan, sve najbolje.
Very interesting and a nice view.
Good sharpness and contrast, beautiful color.
Good content and composition, beautiful facades.
Good vertical format photography.
Have a nice and successful day, all the best.
dale54 (5010) 2012-09-16 14:33
michael hi,well done with this shot,fantastic detail and texture! love it! dr
ebingul (1764) 2012-09-17 8:40
Very creative photo with great perspective and graphic features.Your 45 degree tilt camera inspired me so I will try similar shots.Congrats and best regards,
delpeoples (45717) 2012-09-19 1:11
heheheh they don't let you out much eh? Yeah it's hard fitting everything in, and photography can be downright time-consuming (and very boring for loved ones who don't share the passion). But there's nothing repetitive about your photos. Some of them may be of the same subject matter, but you've shot each and every one of them so differently and imaginatively, it's very hard to tell. I don't usually go in for the "bookmark cut" but here it works really well, turning your subject- matter into something quasi abstract. The graphism, the twisted POV and the great definition all combine perfectly together to produce a kick-a*se photo. Congrats.
Have a good week
macjake (39998) 2012-09-23 12:40
you need to get out more! :)
see the world, see different sites! :)
a simple turn of the camera can create more than simple pov's.
this one has an extremely dramatic visual effect.
love all the diamond shape patterns, and of course the twist!
cool shot, well executed
i9l2y1m8a8t3 (4496) 2012-09-30 8:42
Clever shot! I love the tilting and the abstract feel in this one! A superb, stunning and graphical bookmark it is! Well captured!
aliabazari (10165) 2012-09-30 13:09
Nice perspective and depth to a display. Exposure and composition are excellent. Nicely done.
- Copyright: Michael Wright (mjw364) (4038)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2011-11-28
- Categories: Architecture, Artwork
- Camera: Nikon D7000, Sigma 10-20 f/4-5.6 DC EX HSM
- Exposure: f/6.3, 1/30 seconds
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- Date Submitted: 2012-09-10 6:18
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