The Polititian


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Title     The Polititian
Photographer     lurchi/Ulrich (61,550) Send mail to this user
Portfolio     Schuhkarton
F-stop     f/3.5
Shutter speed     1/8 sec
Categories     Expression
Fine Art
Recycled Art
Filter     Skylight 1A
Lens     28-200mm (35mm equivalent) at 28mm
Camera     Minolta Dimage A1
Format     5 megapixel
Film     Digital capture ISO 100
Content advisory     G (general audiences)
Submitted     December 1, 2006 4:42:40 AM CST
Views     643
Rating     2 Thumb-up

Vatican Museums, Rome/Italy

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Thumb-up Thumb-up    from grandcentral101/Roland (8,677) Send mail to this user on December 1, 2006 4:54:54 AM CST (1) Early critique

Hello Ulrich. You have chosen a very interesting perspective, which underlines the the ancient politician's expression, like a symbol of his power, looking up to him from a common people's point of view. Very well done. The framing symmetrical architecture and the frontal perspective make a great composition for the statue. I also like the shadow of his arm on the wall behind him, which even underlines his powerful appearance. Your photo is technically on a very high level in my opinion - colours are saturated, but still natural .. sharpness, lighting and contrast are very good too. I would have preferred to see more of the lower part of the statue though, because it appears a bit "cut off" in your photo. Anyways, a very expressive photo, Ulrich, thanks for sharing. Best regards, Roland.

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