Photo dedicated to the departed members of Te Marine, Diane, Marie & Karine and Cretan,and now Nikki , very sad :( , photographers with great quality and inspiration to us all.
In this room are conducted small music concerts and piano.
Queluz Palace - Throne Room
Throne Room, also called "Casa Grande" and the largest of the three state rooms of the Palace. Its construction started in only 1768, when the marriage of D. Peter with his niece, future Queen Marie, has justified the creation of a large space for the hearings officers.
The Palácio Nacional de Queluz was the royal residence of two generations of monarchs. It was built at the instigation of King Pedro III (1717-1786), to whom the Quinta de Queluz belonged, when he was the third Lord of the House of the Infantado, created in 1654 by a warrant from King João IV for the second sons of the kings of Portugal. This estate comprised all the property confiscated from the supporters of the Filipes after the Restoration and on the accession of the Duke of Bragança (1640) to the throne it included the estates of Manuel de Moura Côrte-Real (1592-1652), 2nd Marquis of Castelo Rodrigo, owner of the country estate of Queluz.
Dom Cistóvão de Moura, 1st Marquis the Castelo Rodrigo, 17th centuryThus it came to be bestowed upon the Infante Pedro, the future King Pedro II (1648-1706), who is believed to have used it as his summer residence. His son and the second Lord of the House of the Infantado, Infante Francisco (1691-1742), became responsible for the work of extending the building and bringing water in to the property, including the construction of the aqueduct which still exists today.
However it was to be King Pedro III (1717¬1786) - the last of the sons of King João V (1689-1750) and his Queen, Mariana of Áustria (1683-1754), and Grand Prior of Crato - who, between 1747 and 1786, would instigate a concerted campaign of works, extending the so-called 'Paço Velho' (old palace) and imbuing it, as the years went by, with the stature of a royal palace. A determining factor in this project was the then Dom Pedro's marriage in 1760 to his niece and the heir to the throne, Princess Maria, which brought him the title of King Pedro III because the couple had already produced sons when she acceded to the throne. Unfamiliar with the politics and intrigues of the Court, but having elegant tastes and habits and being the owner of a considerable fortune, King Pedro devoted his personal and constant attention to Queluz, something which ended only when he died.
Compressed RAW (12-bit)
Image Size: Large (3872 x 2592)
Lens: 10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 G
Focal Length: 10mm
Exposure Mode: Manual
Metering Mode: Spot
1/15 sec - F/3.5
Exposure Comp.: +0.3 EV
Sensitivity: ISO 400
Optimize Image: Custom
White Balance: Auto
AF Mode: AF-C
Color Mode: Mode IIIa (sRGB)
Tone Comp.: More Contrast
Hue Adjustment: +3°
Sharpening: Medium high
Long Exposure NR: Off
VR Control: Off
High ISO NR: Of
Reserved copyrights: The present photograph is intellectual workmanship protected by law 9610/98 being forbidden to the reproduction for any way without the previous authorization in writing it author. Please contact Gonçalo Lopes
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cherryripe (21033) 2010-11-13 9:41
Fantastic depth and great use of the wide angle. Love the curve of the chairs.
Actually I am too a bit sorry to leave TE but after 5 years and so many departures and not having enough time - it's the moment. This doesn't mean I won't check out my favourite's photos from time to time.
Vato_Law (12720) 2010-11-13 11:11
bela foto num dia muito triste para este site pois parece que os tempos de inquisicao voltaram.
Hoje tambem foi dia de me apagarem 1 foto, 2 criticas e um debate que tinha começado no forum.
Até amanhã ca estarei, se não me colocarem a foto de volta, seguirei o meu caminho tal como os outros.
Abraço e vemo-nos por aí.
Silvio1953 (133690) 2010-11-13 12:40
Ciao Goncalo, great view of fantastic interior, wonderful light and excellent perspective, lovely dedication, very well done my friend, have a good Sunday, ciao Silvio
Morac (27723) 2010-11-13 13:15
Quelle superbe salle bien mise en scène avec un très bel effet de profondeur.
Quel symbole aussi que ces sièges vides dans le contexte actuel.
Budapestman (82620) 2010-11-13 14:51
a beautiful interior photo with spectacular composition, excellent lights and amazing details, Tfs! Have a nice weekend! Kellemes hétvégét kívánok!
lousat (85018) 2010-11-13 15:57
Hi Goncalo,spectacular perspective taken whit the usual great class,impressive and billiant composition whit top sharpness and beautiful colors.Thanks for share,have a nice Sunday,LUCIANO.
siamesa (28105) 2010-11-14 2:05
Bom dia Gonçalo
Esplêndida e rica foto . Um espetáculo em cores douradas e uma foto perfeita. Parabéns, amigo.
Nicou (133338) 2010-11-14 3:15
Merveilleus image quel captage de cet intérieur, sueprbe, toutes les chaises bien alignées, ce lumières qui entrent, quelle fuyance et compo, mangigique.
Bravo et amitié
peppe59 (14551) 2010-11-14 3:38
non è mai facile fotografare gli interni, ci sei riuscito in maniera egregia, con un afantastica luce, mantenendo bellissimi colori, molto bella questa stanza.
Ottimo lavoro e buona domenica
pierrefonds (61868) 2010-11-14 5:59
The point of view is sending my eyes toward the end of the room which is giving depth to the composition. It is also showing the details and colors of the architecture of the room. There is a lens distortion effect on the walls of the room. The light coming through the windows has a special effect on the colors. Have a nice day.
dkmurphys (54445) 2010-11-14 7:02
Impressive shot with a perfect management of light. Great colors, superb atmosphere. Well done, well dedicated.
jafadabret (56501) 2010-11-14 7:33
Tout le monde est triste de voir partir ces amis, c'est un peu ce que les chaises vides de la photo expriment. Le monde est beau et le photographe a appris à le voir ainsi, encore faut-il qu'il continue malgré tout.
Belle photo d'intérieur, une photo difficile à cause de la lumière mais tu es arrivé à un excellent résultat.
marietom (34609) 2010-11-14 8:43
Jolie composition, de ce superbe endroit.
Merci pour cette dédicace, et pour tous tes commentaires sur mes photos.
wgreis (8267) 2010-11-14 10:18
grande angulares são ótimas para registro de interiores. Mostra de maneira imponente e majestosa toda a textura das paredes.
Obrigado por compartilhar e abraços.
diomed (13926) 2010-11-14 15:44
magnificent interiors' capture with a perfect light management. Fantastic architecture, amazing perspective, great deepness.
Have a nice week
shevchenko (19046) 2010-11-14 19:32
Good frame to show the interior of a luxury and magnificent old architecture, the new chairs are good contrast to the artistic old walls, distinct indoor photo, good shoot.
ymrk (15047) 2010-11-15 10:42
great interior taking and perspective too.beautiful photo!
nikkitta (17066) 2010-11-15 18:44
Estuve de viaje y me entero que Marie ha dejado TE, que triste partida, adoraba sus fotos tan especiales!
Esta tuya es increible de buenos colores ( iluminacion)contrastes y fantastica perspectiva
Muy interesante tu nota
delpeoples (56004) 2010-11-18 1:20
Ola Goncalo, a beautiful dedication to our friends, hopefully they will reconsider and return. And I hope that you will remain. This photo is superb, the perspective so dramatic due to your excellent composition and wide-angle lens. TFS and I wish you a beautiful day. Um abraco, Lisa
subhendu_bagchi (25991) 2010-11-19 7:59
nice dedication to those whom we love very much for their works. Great capture of the inside decoration. Light is perfect and excellent colours. Nice work. Tfs.
danyy (0) 2010-12-06 22:52
une vuie qui ne manque certes pas de couleurs chaudes, dorures y sont nombreuses, fosion de détains grâce à une netteté incroyable et ce grand angle qui intensifie la profondeur.
- Copyright: Goncalo Lopes (Bluejeans) (64251)
- Genre: Places
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2010-11-07
- Categories: Architecture, Artwork
- Camera: Nikon D40X, Tamron SP AF10-24mm F/3.5-4.5 Di II LD, 400 iso raw
- Exposure: f/3.5, 1/15 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Map: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Theme(s): Palacio de Queluz [view contributor(s)]
- Date Submitted: 2010-11-13 9:30