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King's College Chapel from the Backs

By id_wright
Probably the least original shot in the world, but I liked the look of the afternoon sun on the buildings and the dark band of cloud behind.

Many thanks for looking, any comments greatly appreciated!

BTW - any idea why the colours look less saturated in Internet Explorer compared with Windows Explorer or Photoshop - the colours were more vibrant before I uploaded the picture!

Tags: University Architecture Cambridge College Chapel Kings

Voters: Birdseye, SKavanagh, mineallmine and 14 more


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Comments


Birdseye 8 7 1 England
13 Jan 2008 12:36PM
Superb lighting and warmth
Pete

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SKavanagh Plus
8 312 5 England
13 Jan 2008 12:49PM
Superb capture great exposure
Steve
13 Jan 2008 2:20PM
nice capture. Silverzone
The late afternoon light on those beautiful buildings makes this an excellent shot. JNC
id_wright 8 36 England
13 Jan 2008 7:21PM
Many thanks for the comments. The colours should be even more saturated, but unfortnately didn't know about converting files to sRGB before uploading. Such a lot to learn!
nice shot....peter
bfgstew Plus
9 668 105 England
10 Nov 2008 1:06AM
Great shor Ian, an iconic image if ever there was one! Well taken and presented.
Thanks for the comment on my zoom shot earlier, when i get round to it i will let you know how to give it a go.
Stewart
Thats a great shot,i think the colour n light are spot on myself,its intresting you mention the difference in colour,its very frustrating when an image differs so much between camera,computer screen,and then a printed final image,happens to me a lot !
FeatherFriend 8 38 217 England
22 Nov 2008 2:38PM
A super shot Ian.
Geoff.
id_wright 8 36 England
1 Dec 2008 6:29PM
Many thanks for the comments everyone!
Have discovered why the colours appeared wrong on my monitor before - was using Internet Explorer. Now that I've switched to Firefox (colour managed), it's all fixed!

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