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At the top of the stairs

By deavilin
Sudbury hall at the top of the stairs the carving and plaster work throughout this house is amazing Smile

Tags: Photo journalism General Architecture Specialist and abstract Close-up and macro

Voters: DeSilver, rontear, tomcat and 3 more


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DeSilver Plus
8 13 11 England
11 May 2013 8:18AM
The carving and plasterwork at Sudbury is indeed wonderful. Your 8mm fisheye comes into its own with interior shots Charlotte.

Have you the program for straightening the verticals with it?


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deavilin 11 340 1 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 8:39AM
Hi David, yes I have you can do that in CS6 if you want to, but I just love the effect of the fisheye Smile
Hope you are well Smile
Charlotte
rontear Plus
12 8 7 England
11 May 2013 9:19AM
Excellent POV Charlotte, fisheye excellence.
Ron
tomcat Plus
10 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 10:15AM
My old stamping ground

I was actually invited to the grand opening, after it became part of the NT

Even worked on it, many years ago

Adrian
deavilin 11 340 1 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 10:20AM
Hi Adrian, it certainly was worth working on it is an amazing place what grandure Smile

Thanks Ron hope you are both well Smile

Charlotte
mrswoolybill Plus
9 841 1372 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 4:13PM
Creative portrait format composition is something that I really enjoy. This would work as a wide angle shot even without the fish-eye's anarchic distortions - but that effect makes the composition so dynamic, alive. We are not just led up and down those stairs, we are rushing at full speed up and down. I particularly like the fact that you didn't go for symmetrical placement of the two windows, that adds a lot.
My quibble, and it's a minor one, is that I find the blue swirly details right at the bottom of the frame distracting - partly because I cannot work out what they are. I'd like to see this with the blue partially desaturated. But that's personal, I hope you won't be offended by that!
Moira
deavilin 11 340 1 United Kingdom
11 May 2013 5:12PM
Hi Moira
Thank you so much for your very interesting crit on my pic I really do appreicated it, I have to apologise for my feet at the bottom I only noticed after I had posted the pic I will certainly remove them. It is so hard to keep out of the pic when you go so wide Smile
Please don't worry about offending this is why I post pic to find out what people think and you have done that perfectly for me Smile
Best Regards Charlotte

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