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Great Court

By AntHolloway
The classic view of the Great Court of the British Museum but slightly wider with the 8mm fisheye lens capturing the sides of the opening. I was trying for a few things in this shot - I used three exposures to enable you to see the clouds and dome of the reading room through the roof as well as detail in the shadows, I timed it so that the sun had come out to give the shadows of the lattice onto the floor and I stopped the lens right down to try and capture some motion blur of people moving around.

Tags: Gallery London Sony Fisheye Museum Architecture Hdr A700 Samyang Britsh Museum

Voters: pdsdigital, sherlob, edrhodes and 19 more


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edrhodes 11 546 12 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 8:09PM
Top stuff this one Ant.

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JenBen 9 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 9:31PM
Great image and composition.
jen.
AntHolloway 11 168 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 9:34PM
Cheers Ed, Jen, much appreciated.
martin.w 14 448 22 United Kingdom
8 Aug 2011 10:27PM
The fish eye gives a new perspective to a familiar view.....good work on the exposure too Smile
Great image. It is a much photographed location. I've had a go but I have never seen such a wide shot with the fisheye. This has something extra.
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
9 Aug 2011 12:04AM
Lovely symmetry Grin
Cheers, Goggz
sawsengee Plus
10 5 11 Malaysia
9 Aug 2011 9:57AM
splendid use of fish eye.....lovely lines, ambiance lighting & shadows cast

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