Todays Windows are opening to the most beautiful scenery of İstanbul, to Bosphorus.
It belongs to the living room of the so called "Bruno Taut house" on the Eropean side of İstanbul.
Bruno Taut was a German architect who was been expelled in 1933 by Adolf Hitler, due to his Jewish roots. And found shelter (like many others of this period in Ataturk's Turkey.
For a rich Turkish Busines Man whe draw this building. On WS you can also see how the building looks like from outside.
Bu pencereler de İstanbul'un en güzel manzarasına, Boğaziçine baıyorlar.
Bruno Taut evi diye de bilinen Ortaköy sırtlarındaki bu ev, 1933 yılında Hitlerden kaçıp ülkemize sığınan Yahudi asıllı mimar Bruno Taut tarafından zengin bir Türk iş adamı için yapılmış.
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krzychu30 (12759) 2013-11-03 1:06
beautiful villa as well from inside as outside.
Here I like your idea to convert it into B&W,which in my opinion captures much better unique,tranquil mood of this scene.The empty sofa looks meaningful in this situation.
Have a nice sunday
papagolf21 (79582) 2013-11-03 1:28
Bonjour, cher Mesut,
Bravo pour l'originalité de cette composition. Le choix du noir et blanc renforce l'intérêt du sujet.
Très belle et très intéressante présentation.
mirosu (8186) 2013-11-03 1:44
Superb interior monochrome photo, excellent back-light, nice arrangement, very good viewpoint. Excellent photo work, well done.
lousat (64243) 2013-11-03 2:10
Hi Mesut,a very difficult pic talking about the exposure and a great result,a magnificent view over the window and a great symmetry of this interior,i like it! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
rigoletto (32768) 2013-11-03 5:00
dışını en az on bin kez görmüşümdür ama içini ilk kez görüyorum. TE'nin faydaları...
Nicou (105903) 2013-11-03 6:39
quel salon avec les deux canapés sueprbe iamge et compo et cet éclairage sur les belle vitre en ovale sueprbe compo.
gildasjan (39558) 2013-11-03 13:00
Une scéne intérieure bien éclairée par ces fenêtres.Le contraste est fort et donne un peu de mystère à cette image.
bukitgolfb301 (32668) 2013-11-03 16:51
Hi MERHABA dear MESUT
This time is thick tatseful B&W color touch image, nice change! The high society image remains unchanged in perefect framework. The best exposure makes wonderful image at all.
All the best and have a good new week! TAKERO
SWEETFREEDOM (19932) 2013-11-04 7:55
very nice b/w picture, i like contrast and light management.
very well done.
ourania (18704) 2013-11-04 14:48
Hello dear Mesut,
your symmetrical composition is so well matched with the style of the architecture and the interior decoration. The sense of depth and space is so effective, I like the fact that it's prolonged through the windows. I love the monochromatic rendering of this theme, the way the white tones highlight the interior is superb. Congratulations and thank you!
All the best, have a great day,
nikkitta (9003) 2013-11-05 12:02
IAt first view i believed you has posted the interior of the house of Pamuk , The Museum of Innocence
Good composition and frame and of course well light work, as is posible to see the exterior through the windows
Well done, congrats
Like the W/B version
- Copyright: MESUT ILGIM (mesutilgim) (73062)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Black & White
- Date Taken: 2011-04-12
- Categories: Architecture
- Camera: Nikon D 5000, AF-S Nikkor 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6 G VR, 2GB Sandisk Ultra II
- Exposure: f/5.0, 1/279 seconds
- Photo Version: Original Version, Workshop
- Date Submitted: 2013-11-03 1:26