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Mahogany Arches

By LexEquine
Low ambient light capture inside Sayles Hall at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island, showing the beautiful wooden arches along with the many old paintings on the walls. Settings: focal length 28 mm Av f 8.0 ISO 100 ss 0.4 second

Tags: Still life Architecture Close-up and macro Landscape and travel Night and low light

Voters: User_Removed, photophantom, PauloNascimentoPhotography and 16 more

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photophantom 10 108 3 Philippines
25 May 2010 1:02AM
amazing architectural structures, beautifully photographed.

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Very nice shot, well done!
taggart Plus
13 47 13 United States
25 May 2010 1:17AM
Splendid shot of this architectural wonder!
morpheus1955 11 3 2 United Kingdom
25 May 2010 1:21AM
Superb shot Peter, exceptionally well taken, what an amazing building.

25 May 2010 1:39AM
Beautiful image - well taken

25 May 2010 3:26AM
Great shot Peter. Amazing building.
Regards Evgenya
RonnieAG Plus
8 154 118 Scotland
25 May 2010 4:23AM
An interesting shot which demonstrates so well an example of a hammer beam roof, and how well the rich beams contrast with the paler washes of the walls. A very nice architectural shot, Peter.
Regards, Ronnie.
saeidNL 8 3 Netherlands
25 May 2010 6:50AM
Great Architecture shot with wonderful light and beautiful colour and detail.well taken.
metro074 8 8 Australia
25 May 2010 8:01AM
Superb!! A wonderful image.
EAS 9 1 13 Scotland
25 May 2010 9:58AM
Beautiful interior image. Love that little star-burst on the RH side!

25 May 2010 11:38AM
Super shot, good light and pov.
Nice one.
LexEquine 11 19 United States
25 May 2010 2:51PM
Thanking you all, Dennis, Paulo, Jenn, Hugh, Chris, Evgenya, Ronnie, Saeid, Carol, Ann, & Ricky, for your nice words. The comments are all special for me to have my photographs recognized on EPZ by such friendly Members. Hope that you all are having a great Week. Regards...Peter
Kim Walton 14 145 30 United Kingdom
25 May 2010 7:31PM
Lovely shot.
It might benifit from two exposures being blended.
Take one for the low light and one for the windowlight .Load both on top of each other and deleate the light from the window.Detail should then come through .Hope this helps
gillbat 10
25 May 2010 11:56PM
Really great shot, love the lighting
LexEquine 11 19 United States
30 May 2010 3:30PM
Appreciate your nice words, Kim & Gil. Regards...Peter
User_Removed 9 26 2 United States
17 Aug 2010 7:59PM
The woodwork is amazing, Peter. Such a great shot of it.

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