air force memorial
- parasbhalla (38525)
- [2010-10-25 15:26]
This is simply an amazing shot, and you know when I saw it in thumbnail I immediately knew it is from you!
Great POV where these memorial sculptures are so wonderfully exhibited, and your decision to minor tilt in the picture worked really well.
Nice colors of the sky and perfect sharpness. Well done!
- kickback (32)
- [2010-10-25 15:59]
hi danilo, how are ya? its been a while, hope you are well, i love the colors and exposure + i am good with the wide angle tilt, i think it works in this one,
- shaukatmi (10141)
- [2010-10-25 16:03]
Hi, Danilo. A befitting tribute to our soldiers. The slight tilt and the POV with the sunrise looks serene. The standing trees and the memorial steel arcs are in attention to the memory of the souls who gave the ultimate price for our freedom. Good composition and a informative note. cheers.
- mvdisco (57237)
- [2010-10-25 17:21]
A nice presentation in wide angle picture of the United States Air Force memorial,
Great perpective and wanderful sunset sky,
good note of the sujet too,
- ddupre2 (8136)
- [2010-10-25 19:38]
great perspective and wonderful sunset ,
- fransx (41704)
- [2010-10-25 22:11]
A nice ambient in this shot depicting this monument with a splendid late sunset at the BG.
A very sharp image and a great use of the wide angle lens.
Perfect color saturation.I like the silhouetted tree at the left which is serving as a natural frame.
- AndroK (15189)
- [2010-10-25 22:43]
Nice shot with so nice composition...
- jimmyjimmy (85)
- [2010-10-26 6:04]
I think the silhouette of the trees make this image happen. Very well composed. You have a great artistic eye here.
- werdir (11957)
- [2010-10-26 8:22]
The wide-angle lens distortion works nicely to bring all elements together. The trees tend to balance the spires, which from this POV appear as if they trail off into infinity. Nice concept.
- Teresat (15934)
- [2010-10-26 9:48]
Olá dear Danilo
I like so much the perspective you have chooen to show us this memorial. Warm light and fine sharpness. Veryinteresting architecture.
always a pleasure to see your photos and feel your presence over here...for tis was the great power of all in TL.
- mushtaqhussain (13921)
- [2010-10-26 11:07]
A beautiful wide angle shot with your 10-20 sigma which I always planned to buy but now can,t do it due to full frame body however the composition of this sun rise scene with this memorial is really a memorial shot for us.
- luckybry (12051)
- [2010-10-26 12:36]
hi Danilo the colurs here makes the image the pov is amzing tfs
- CAROL50 (8960)
- [2010-10-26 18:42]
Of course the tilt is exagerated but not unusual as such , that is what you get when you aim a 10-20 mm lens upward , kind of cool really , the very low skyline of the city dwellings gives scale to the tall structures as seen through this ultra wide angle lens or so it was made to appear and it works well i reckon , quite spectacular against the as spectacular sky , not a bad shot at all , thanks for sharing your special view of this monumental memorial and for the useful explanation accompanying it Danilo,
- RSK (14753)
- [2010-10-26 22:27]
You certainly captured the sculptors intention, with this wide angled shot,One gets the feeling of flight as this sculpture reaches for the heavens. I also think your choice of timing,"Sunrise" helps very much with visualizing flight.
I also like how your inclusion of the trees,blend & balance so well with the Memorial. Well taken.
- reggaetime (6525)
- [2010-10-28 2:32]
Bravo Danilo pour cette extraordinaire photo.Le tilt de la composition donne une belle perspective à l'image.Beau sunrise.Bravo Danilo et TFS.Catherine.
- Royaldevon (22131)
- [2010-10-29 9:01]
A most remarkable shot!
I love how you have exaggerated the tilt of the image. The two sides look like partners in a dance, bowing to each other before they begin.
The colour of the rising sun makes a fine separating line, emphasising the minimal use of the buildings.
Have a good w/e,
- ErikSven (3098)
- [2010-11-09 7:43]
The wide angle lens and the low POV were adequate choices to bring out the shapes of this monument, Danilo. The inclusion of the trees, that undergo the same wide angle effect, was a good idea too, as it now looks as if these trees were part of this architectural concept. Colors are rather oversatured for my taste, but why not in this particular case, as you achieved an almost abstract composition...
TFS & kind regards,