schöner shot allerdings is in der mitte etwas zu scharf geworden die handläufe sind anfangs schon verpixelt etwas schade weil grade dort der mittelpunkt liegt aber sonst sehr nice die symetrie spricht für das bild
das ist wahr, das Verkleinern ist da - wie schon öfter - nicht sooo sonderlich gut gelungen. Hab das Ding aber selbst als A3 Print schonmal verschenkt, da wirkt es - ebenso wie in der vollen Auflösung - sehr gut. Das Problem der - ich sag mal - Überschärfung kommt von den falschen RAW-Settings..
I love it. You must have just got off the plane and were heading to customs no? I remember when I was in Australia last month the only empty halls like that were right after getting off the plane and heading to customs or first thing in the morning/late at night.
I love vanishing-point architecture shots, and this one is a new favorite! I really like the inclusion of the signs with the yellow arrows, and for only shooting at f4 this is a really sharp picture!
Good idea adding some blue tones, and there's just enough breakage of symmetry (more highlights on the left than the right) to distinguish this shot from many I've seen that are just "too perfect" symmetry-wise. The slight vignetting really accentuates the curve of the ceiling, so that was a good idea as well.
Overall, very, very nice shot. This is the kind of architecture photography I strive to be able to take one day
fantastic shot, great focus and composition, taking advantage of the symmetry... plus i love editing...
While I'm here I really do think that it is amazing bit of architecture to! I love the random yet thoughtfully positioning of the windows. I also adore the little clocks perfectly positioned symmetrically. I'll have to visit to Frankfurt some day.
pretty good atmosphere and shot... however, personally, my eyes always look for human in a photo...I would advice you to include more visible and stronger human elements in the frame, which possibily creates a unique moment in time...
If I were you, I would try it in black and white as well...