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Author 'Denis246' (Id 201624 ) : This crossroads in the centre of Boston, mary nicely eras and styles of architecture : the low building of red brick, buildings, late Nineteenth or early Twentieth and the skyscrapers most recent in the background. A chance to pass by there at the right time to take advantage of this lighting. The inclusion of the street, passers-by and cars seemed to me necessary to animate the scene.
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EXIF : Brand: Nikon | Camera: Nikon D3s | Objectif: Nikon AF-S Nikkor 16-35mm F/4G ED VR
Aperture: f/4.8 | Exposure time: 1/15 s | ISO: 1600 | Focal: 22 mm (eq. 22 mm)| Metering: Multi-segment (5)
Prog. expo.: Priorité temps d'exposition (3) | Correction: 0 EV | Flash: Non (0) | Date: 25/10/2013 00:08:49
State Street, Boston, Massachusetts, États-Unis

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> Perronnet Catherine [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 25, 2013
I love this vision is slightly tilted and modern buildings, and the atmosphere is warm and mysterious, made by golden lighting. I'm more of a fan of Boston, so...
> Sophie.alige [G] [P] [C] >Reply Nov 25, 2013
Super sharpness of an intersection busy with students who pass through anywhere like home, the buses, the cars, the church, or a temple, and skyscrapers that are tearing apart this pure heaven ! I imagine that these are conditions of shooting more than ideal!
> Lumixane [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 23, 2013
You present us the west facade of Boston's Old State House, the oldest building still standing in the city, which was converted into a museum, extensively photographed.
The time of day was well chosen to take the photo, the blue hour, the evidence in the building's windows to the rear.
It is askew, not to the point of giving the storm, a fantasy that doesn't bother me. Beautiful image quality. Good mix of vehicles and pedestrians, this is never evident in urban areas. TB.
> Patjoe [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 22, 2013
This single building of its time, well informed, in this photo, seems to resist crushing by these modern buildings that lean, lean. Aberration due to the camera, but gives a special impression here. You did well to include vehicles and characters, this puts the life. A night-time photo very successful.
> Tintin.dd [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply Nov 22, 2013
Beautiful perspective of the buildings and contrast with the sky and the building lit up.
> La cri [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 22, 2013
This will not be my cup of tea... But the photo is very nice, and the distortion adds here a more architectural gigantism !
> Julicarm [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 22, 2013
What do you want to do it like evolution on ecf with these last three photos !!!
You're at the top already and more, with an excellent equipment, which help...
 > Author Denis246 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 22, 2013
Julie, I don't want to do anything in particular as an evolution of IEF in posting my photos . Personally, at one point, I took a break, out of boredom. As a result, I accumulated lots of pictures in 9 months, I can give you only the best. And if it can give the taste to those who pass by see them, so much the better. We have never wanted to make photos that when you see beautiful images made by others. It is sure that the stuff helps, I'm not going to deny it, but do not forget that the photographers of legend didn't have a need to express their talent. And besides, yourself is not left in terms of nice images available here !
 > Charly [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 22, 2013
I think that Julie wanted to talk about personal evolution.
I'm almost sure that 'despite' the quality of your photos, do you hope to evolve further to the 'even better'. And in this sense, outside your excellent photos, I appreciate your feedback.
That being said, I like your photo which contrasts the immensity and modernity of these buildings, this 'little' old church that was highlighted by its lighting.
(Note : TB). The building is old on the left, seems not without interest either. I would have perhaps tried to integrate it in the photo, but maybe it stole a little of the spotlight from the church, unless it is positioned as a counter-point.
 > Author Denis246 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 23, 2013
Thank You Charly. Yes, of course, I always want to make images that will enhance. The day on which that desire disappears, it will be better to stop the photo. Perhaps more than 'improve', it is without doubt to make an image more aesthetic and evocative that pushes me. And the comments of FEI are a return to essential to see how my images are perceived. Thank you for the note. It is true that to the left, we would have liked more of the old building. It would have required that I expand the field (I had a reserve of focal length yet), but the framing was not very neat... I was in the middle of a pedestrian crossing, a few seconds while I was on the green... I had a little of the old building on the original image, but as the photo bent over, straightening it, and it has removed the bottom.
Thank you for this note, it is what makes progress, because, paradoxically, I do not have the same perspective on my images (mostly recent) that I get through comments.
> Gg54 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 22, 2013
Whouaa !... I would imagine with a 10 mm or a fisheye !...
Well, you see, I like the perspective as such, which is not usual for me when it leans. Everything brings us back to this building bright and the stage of life ! Bravo !
 > Author Denis246 [G] [P] [C] [B] [F] >Reply
Nov 22, 2013
Non-Gg45, not a 10 mm or a fisheye, but a 16-35 set here at 22 mm. In fact I had to fit in with my 24-70, and the 24 mm would have been the case. But I wanted the movement of the cars and buildings net. So with my 24-70 non-stabilized, impossible to get down to 1/15 sec while with the 16-35 which is stabilized, no worries.
 > Gg54 [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply
Nov 22, 2013
Yeah Denis, I saw what lens you used !...
I simply said that I imagined with a 10 or a fisheye lens, at the prospect !...
> Jofu [G] [P] [C] [F] >Reply Nov 21, 2013
After the parallel lines, volumes . Nice catch with the different levels and different times. The shades are attractive and in harmony. The theme of the month of my photo club is 'Architecture... N&B .
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