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Window

Posted by
Margie (Auckland, New Zealand) on 9 June 2008 in Miscellaneous and Portfolio.

NIKON D80 1/50 second F/3.5 ISO 100 18 mm

Any hints, tips, constructive criticism or comments are welcome and appreciated.

Lloydoth from New Zealand

Did Henri lock you in the bottom bathroom?

9 Jun 2008 7:56am

@Lloydoth: Sort of! :)

António Pires from Lisbon, Portugal

On the technical front, there is a bit of barrel distortion, isn't there?

9 Jun 2008 10:23am

@António Pires: Is there? I had to look up what barrel distortion means! This was in very confined quarters...maybe it's just that the image is not quite level? Thanks for the comment.

Cheryl from Texas, United States

hmm, not sure what i'm looking at out that window.

9 Jun 2008 11:45am

@Cheryl: Thanks for the comment Cheryl. It's just a weatherboard wall. I quite liked the ripple pattern it made when viewed through the window.

Anthony Lambert from Germany

Nice B+W,simple but effective.

9 Jun 2008 12:01pm

@Anthony Lambert: Thanks Anthony

saeed from ahwaz, Iran

simply beautiful! nicely framed !

9 Jun 2008 12:08pm

@saeed: Thanks for the comment.

missani from Amsterdam, Netherlands

Love the effect on the window, nice light.

9 Jun 2008 12:12pm

@missani: Thank you!

Observing from Chester, United Kingdom

Excellent image.....very good light and shadow and a prime example of an artistic theme. What is simple is simply seen.

9 Jun 2008 3:21pm

@Observing: Nice poetic comment, Mike. Thanks!

standley from brou-sur-chantereine, France

Simply beautiful. I like the shadow play!

9 Jun 2008 10:22pm

@standley: Thanks Standley, I liked it too.

Camiller from Lisboa, Portugal

A sensitive idea and a unique image.

10 Jun 2008 8:52pm

@Camiller: Thanks for the visit and comment.

Pied Crow from Nairobi, Kenya

I quite like this but wonder if the ripple in the window could somehow be enhanced either through a tighter crop or a little push on the exposure/contrast? Certainly the kind of image that is a lot of fun to work with, as it is more abstract than representational.

11 Jun 2008 4:51am

@Pied Crow: Hey thanks for the comment and suggestions. I did play with it a little in Photoshop which is also something I need to learn more about!

NIKON D80
1/50 second
F/3.5
ISO 100
18 mm