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Korean Style

By terosdan1    
Korean traditional architecture

Tags: General Lights Night Colored Colors Architecture Colorful Asia Korean Seoul

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Ted447 Plus
6 216 1 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2016 8:56AM
Beautiful image. Ted. GrinGrin

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7 Dec 2016 9:05AM

Quote:Beautiful image. Ted. GrinGrin
THX
franken Plus
17 5.0k 4 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2016 9:16AM
Stunning scene.

Ken
dudler Plus
16 986 1537 England
7 Dec 2016 10:59AM
Welcome to Ephotozine, and particularly to the Critique Gallery, Iordan. I see this is yoru first upload.

This is the part of the site where you can't get votes or awards, but will get some carefully considered comments on technique, camera work, composition and editing. If you posted here by accident - and the quality of the shot suggests you may - take care with yoru next picture that you remove the tick from the 'Critique' box on the upload screen.

You've done just about everything perfectly here. The shot is nicely symmetrical, capturing the calm of a traditional temple. The verticals are scrupulously correct, adding to hte dignity of the picture, and allowing the viewer to concentrate on the details.

You obviously used a tripod for a 14-second exposure, so it is sharp.

And you shot at a time in the evening when there's a little tone left in the sky, so you balanced natural and artificial light really well.

The small aperture has probably made more of the rays spreading out from each light source - this adds interst for many viewers, though some may see it as a fault.

Overall, very nice work indeed.
7 Dec 2016 12:50PM

Quote:Stunning scene.

Ken

Thx
7 Dec 2016 12:51PM

Quote:Welcome to Ephotozine, and particularly to the Critique Gallery, Iordan. I see this is yoru first upload.

This is the part of the site where you can't get votes or awards, but will get some carefully considered comments on technique, camera work, composition and editing. If you posted here by accident - and the quality of the shot suggests you may - take care with yoru next picture that you remove the tick from the 'Critique' box on the upload screen.

You've done just about everything perfectly here. The shot is nicely symmetrical, capturing the calm of a traditional temple. The verticals are scrupulously correct, adding to hte dignity of the picture, and allowing the viewer to concentrate on the details.

You obviously used a tripod for a 14-second exposure, so it is sharp.



And you shot at a time in the evening when there's a little tone left in the sky, so you balanced natural and artificial light really well.

The small aperture has probably made more of the rays spreading out from each light source - this adds interst for many viewers, though some may see it as a fault.

Overall, very nice work indeed.




Than you very much sir
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4051 Canada
7 Dec 2016 4:38PM
It is a very nice shot.

I uploaded a modification thats a little sharper, rotated slightly, and has less Magenta. Click the blue Modification button under the image, then click of the number 1 to see it.


Regards



Willie
paulbroad Plus
12 131 1286 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2016 4:44PM
A fine image of the type. Not a lot to say. It does the job of recording this building at night virtually perfectly.

Well done.

Paul
pamelajean Plus
13 1.2k 2096 United Kingdom
7 Dec 2016 4:46PM
Welcome to the site, Iordan.

A feat of precision together with an accomplished approach to night-time and architectural photography.
You positioned yourself so precisely.
To have your central column precisely in the middle, you need to crop a touch off the right side.

The light underneath the pagoda roof is excellent and is the feature of the shot for me, concentrating attention on the turquoise colour and the patterns there.
I wonder if you did anything to enhance that light.

Pamela.
7 Dec 2016 10:22PM

Quote:Welcome to the site, Iordan.

A feat of precision together with an accomplished approach to night-time and architectural photography.
You positioned yourself so precisely.
To have your central column precisely in the middle, you need to crop a touch off the right side.

The light underneath the pagoda roof is excellent and is the feature of the shot for me, concentrating attention on the turquoise colour and the patterns there.
I wonder if you did anything to enhance that light.

Pamela.



Hello, Thank you for your kindness. Regarding the light i didn't do anything
7 Dec 2016 10:23PM

Quote:A fine image of the type. Not a lot to say. It does the job of recording this building at night virtually perfectly.

Well done.

Paul




Thank you very much

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