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Gorgeous architectural shot!
20 Jun 2007 6:37am
it need some noise to has more power!
20 Jun 2007 9:07am
Lovely archie shot captured here :d
20 Jun 2007 9:36am
Beautiful shot, I love the contrasting lines and the way you've framed it =)
20 Jun 2007 10:12am
I think it's not that easy to capture ecclesiastical architecture with all its curves and arcs. But you managed this job very well here!
20 Jun 2007 10:44am
I appreciate all your comments ver much.
20 Jun 2007 10:50am
great architecture - love those vaulted ceilings. B&W was a good choice here - I'd almost consider adding a bit more contrast to really make it pop. Excellent image either way.
20 Jun 2007 11:11am
Stunning shot !
20 Jun 2007 11:19am
Thanks Jason. I might give that a try.
20 Jun 2007 11:20am
Excellent texture and the composition is superb with all the shapes and curves!
20 Jun 2007 11:30am
Great find Bob.... so many leading lines for the eye to explore. Love it!
20 Jun 2007 11:39am
Incredible capture, lovely architecture...
20 Jun 2007 12:05pm
Manuela, Daniel, Evi, thanks so much for commenting and for looking.
20 Jun 2007 1:12pm
Love the spiral staircase and the strong curves well brought in B&W.
20 Jun 2007 1:20pm
Beautiful architectural documentation here!
20 Jun 2007 1:23pm
20 Jun 2007 1:47pm
brilliant compo adjustment,nice work.
20 Jun 2007 2:18pm
Amazing in every regard. This is truly amazing! Love the composition and tone.
20 Jun 2007 2:35pm
Nice shot Bob, this is from your Paris trip right?
20 Jun 2007 3:07pm
@obrazu: [said with a french accent] . . . but of course . . .
I've said it before, but it's worth saying again. This is a fantastic image Bob. Really wonderful light, detail, and texture.
20 Jun 2007 3:13pm
@Paul Sparks: Thanks Paul. Your comments are very much appreciated. Believe it or not, it's because of your influence and success (and Greg) that my passion for photography has soared. Now to figure out how to go forward from here.
Bob , thanks for stopping by. Great image, architecture is one of my favorite subjects, nice use of curves and lines. Hints: One of the key points in architecture photography is the contrasting tone(between light and dark) that is why noonday is the best time for photographing architecture it gives that strong contrast in the tones.With that said, increase the contrast to pop the image( i agree with Jason Kravitz). Excellent image.
20 Jun 2007 3:30pm
@Hercules: Herc - thanks for the comments. They are appreciated and I hope to continue to get constructive comments such as yours. I'll give it a try but I really like the soft tones in this image. If anything, it could be a touch darker.
Thanks to all who have commented. I'll be doing my best to get to you sites as well.
20 Jun 2007 3:53pm
Wow! I love this pic! I like the lines, the shapes carved in the spiral staircase, the ceiling and the b&w just brings it all together really nice. Excellent!
20 Jun 2007 4:53pm
@Laurie: Thanks so much Laurie. It was a fun trip to Paris that let me tie together some business with some pleasure.
You've taken us all one step closer to the perfect picture.
20 Jun 2007 6:15pm
@Viewfinder: Wow that's some comment. It is very much appreciated.
Very cool perspective and color! Loved it!!
20 Jun 2007 6:46pm
ryc...Gypsy or possibly gold dust woman
20 Jun 2007 7:21pm
majestic is the word!
well captured bw shot of lines and curves!
21 Jun 2007 1:40am
Thank you all for taking the time to look and to comment.
21 Jun 2007 2:32am
I'm glad you commented on my blog, so that I could discover yours, I'm happy to see these pictures, this one seems to be a staircase to heaven: narrow, in circles, like real life. What a beauty!
21 Jun 2007 7:22am
@Erik Tjallinks: Thank you erik . . . I really enjoyed your images as well.
I think I stopped breathing for a moment when I saw this. Absolutely amazing.
22 Jun 2007 3:21pm
@Shrig: Wow. I can merely say thanks for such a wonderful comment.
Just beautiful! I like the contrast of light and dark on the b&w that makes the details of the staircase stand out!
23 Jun 2007 7:56pm
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