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FishEye & Art 5: Ceiling

By conrad  
This one's for Theo4image - I did lay down flat on my back for this one, Theo, so I hope you like it! Wink

No. 5 in my series, taken with my fisheye lens in a rather unusual German museum (see the description of the first shot in the series).

This is the ceiling in one of the many little buildings the museum has divided it's collections over. This particular building was empty at the time, but I didn't mind that at all!

Again, if you see specks, it's real dust on a real roof, and not on my sensor, and also not noise!

Why did I present it like this? Initially, I wanted to rotate and crop it to get it straight. But that was going to result in a lot of image loss, and then I thought: why not rotate it but not crop it, and have a black background instead, and no border? And lo and behold, that worked quite well, I think.

Comments and mods welcome, as always.

Thanks for looking,

Conrad

Tags: Ceiling Art Fisheye Museum Architecture Germany Neuss

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28 Aug 2005 10:48AM
great composition
good job

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User_Removed 11 279
28 Aug 2005 11:27AM
Conrad, this is just great! I can imagine a set of this style, maybe in trios on the wall of a cool, minimalist apartment.

Very contemporary, good abstract and fab presentation. I'm not just saying this, I love this image and I'm honoured you mentioned me in dispatches! Hang onto it. I may well buy one this Christmas (I'm serious).

Best wishes, Simon
conrad 12 10.9k 116
28 Aug 2005 12:01PM
Thanks, Ivana!

Simon - (For some reason I believed your name was Theo, for the last few days - only noticed today it wasn't...)
Thank you very much for your comment - a compliment like that from someone like you means a lot to me.

Conrad
conrad 12 10.9k 116
28 Aug 2005 12:03PM
Oh, thanks, Pete, for the HC! You probably won't even see this question, but I'm curious, though - since HC sort of means "didn't quite make it" - I'd really like to know what would have improved it? Just wondering...

Conrad
User_Removed 11 279
28 Aug 2005 12:37PM
Simon or Theo isn't a problem Conrad. No worries. Well deserved HC.
Coleslaw 11 13.4k 28 Wales
28 Aug 2005 12:59PM
Congrats, Conrad.
Great shot.

Cole
AngelaR 11 155 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2005 2:06PM
Brilliant composition and presentation - must make a point of catching up with any more of these when back from hols.
starliz 12 1.6k 3 England
28 Aug 2005 2:37PM
well deserved HC

this is a great image very abstract love the angle worth being on your back for great composition,well done.
conrad 12 10.9k 116
29 Aug 2005 12:11AM
Thanks, everyone, I was quite pleased with this one myself!

Conrad
mellyleth 12 212 United Kingdom
29 Aug 2005 12:15AM
This is fab Conrad! I'm pleased for you that you got a well deserved HC. Love the image's abstract nature with the lines, colours and shapes. Well done!
conrad 12 10.9k 116
29 Aug 2005 12:32AM
Thanks, Mel!

Conrad
Mariusz 11 Poland
16 Sep 2005 8:20AM
perfectly done
davidbailie 13 457 7 United Kingdom
3 Oct 2005 9:46AM
Classy

Dave
conrad 12 10.9k 116
3 Oct 2005 11:25AM
Thanks, Mariusz and Dave! I quite like this one myself... Smile

Conrad
heatherb 12 23 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2005 6:27AM
works for me
heather
conrad 12 10.9k 116
7 Oct 2005 4:47AM
Thanks, Heather!

Conrad
QBooSH 11
20 Oct 2005 3:59AM
Very interesting artistic vision, a bit shocking presentation but it's all in the same style so it works well
conrad 12 10.9k 116
20 Oct 2005 4:13AM
Thanks, James. Yes, its a bit of a shock to the eye, isn't it. That's why I decided to try a new version today. Thanks for your comment!

Conrad

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