snunney (101634) 2016-10-23 1:30
A superb symmetrical composition paired with excellent light management makes for a splendid image from the interior of this cathedral. We are able to appreciate and admire the beautiful architectural decorations in the least detail. Excellent work, bravo! Have a pleasant Sunday afternoon.
Royaldevon (40292) 2016-10-23 1:30
Hello Dear Constantino,
You have composed and cropped this scene expertly!
The three boats are nicely aligned on a diagonal, with plenty of space into which they can move.
The b/g is useful but blurred so that no attention is taken from the three sailors!
Have a lovely Sunday,
snunney (101634) 2016-10-23 1:26
We live in age where we cannot exist without these cell phone masts dotted all over the countryside. This one is well placed in the frame and does not spoil our enjoyment of this beautiful perspective over the Languedoc landscape. Agreeable lights and a pleasant harmonious colour palette. Depth is excellent.
Royaldevon (40292) 2016-10-23 1:24
I am always impressed by such good photographs of the interior of churches. They are not easy, especially without a tripod, needing to have a very steady hand, a good eye for composition and a high ISO to prevent noise. This is a fine example, with a perfectly symmetrical composition and great lead lines.
Have a good Sunday,
lousat (93606) 2016-10-23 1:22
Hi Bev,it looks like a walk in the countryside of my village,now full of autumn colors...and your is lovely too,i like the vertical cut and the game of lights and shadows on the ground,peaceful place,love it! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
lousat (93606) 2016-10-23 1:20
Hi Mariusz,the morning light is perfect to take a pic from Dubrovnik watching to the ground till the sea,magnificent and rich composition very sharp and with a lovely 3D effect,well done! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano
Royaldevon (40292) 2016-10-23 1:19
He should have beautiful legs with so many mud baths!
It's a great daily life scene, showing the working conditions and the means of ploughing.
I like how you have captured a second ploughman in the distance and going in the opposite direction. It gives great dynamics.
Do you know, I like it even better without the sky. In that way, it concentrates all the attention on the two workers with their oxen and really creates more attention on the f/g reflection.
What a wonderful holiday you have had!
I remember seeing water buffalo in the fields in Pakistan, after the monsoon. They are sights you would never see at home!
Have a great Sunday,
lousat (93606) 2016-10-23 1:18
Hi Ryszard,fantastic capture watching to the top of Galleria,a classic composition from there but made in a fantastic quality,the simmetry is absolutely perfect and the sharpness too,i like it! Have a nice Sunday and thanks,Luciano