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Heavenly View
Heavenly View
carsten


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Challenge: Off-Centered Subject (Classic Editing)
Camera: Olympus E-20P
Location: Countryside nearby
Date: Jun 14, 2003
Aperture: 11.0
ISO: 80
Shutter: 1/250 s
Galleries: Sky, Landscape
Date Uploaded: Jun 15, 2003

Had to go back several times to get the right light. I wanted an interesting sky and the sun to shine on the church.

Statistics
Place: 20 out of 138
Avg (all users): 6.5323
Avg (commenters): 7.7368
Avg (participants): 6.6235
Avg (non-participants): 6.3333
Views since voting: 1109
Votes: 124
Comments: 21
Favorites: 2 (view)


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 Comments Made During the Challenge
06/22/2003 08:24:46 AM
This is my favorite. The glow of the church (the church has both the whitest white and blackest black in the picture - nice) brings your eye right to it, The simplicity of the surroundings frames it perfectly - the soft grass, the billowing clouds all in a nice range of grays- are a peaceful aurasurrounding the building. Technically everything is sharp, nice range from black to white. 10
06/21/2003 05:11:34 AM
Gorgeous sky tones, main subject a tad loud in that elegant surrounding, but I know not much can be done about it without some spot editing... 9
06/21/2003 02:14:08 AM
Nice tones with a great subject. Exposure was right on - the whites are perfectly white.
06/20/2003 03:27:27 PM
beautiful , makes u want to go there 8
06/19/2003 03:49:24 PM
I was hoping heaven was in colour! Anyway. Good entry - the sky is very nice, the white of the church walls is beautiful. ~8
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06/19/2003 12:32:55 PM
I love the stark white of the church. It draws your eye to the subject of the shot.
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06/18/2003 05:26:05 PM
Nice, moody picture. Welldone!
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06/18/2003 04:12:10 PM
This truly is a heavenly veiw and the clouds are beautiful in the picture.
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06/17/2003 03:47:19 PM
Nice dramatic sky here, excellent B+W shot, should do well. Good luck
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06/17/2003 03:24:33 PM
Very nice tones make this image very engaging to look at. Off center cropping enhances the view that this church is a part of its environment. Nice work.
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06/17/2003 02:20:03 PM

this is a familiar subject, i believe we have seen this before, still a stunning shot, b/w is lends well to the mood-8
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06/17/2003 01:57:17 AM
I love B&W, but somehow i think this might have been better in colour. I see green grass and trees, a blue sky, and i think the roof of that church(?) may have a nice tone to it as well. seems a bit drab without it. nice composition either way.

Pedro
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06/16/2003 09:15:47 PM
I love clouds...and the church just adds to the composition...very nice, kind of dramatic, caught my eye right away!
JB
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06/16/2003 03:54:16 PM
hmm may have had more impact with color unless the building isn't white......
06/16/2003 03:50:13 PM
i would have preferred to see the color version of this. it seems too dark for my taste,
06/16/2003 01:58:43 PM
I must admit a soft spot for sculpted clouds. I hope that didn't sway my vote *too* far from what it would have been otherwise. :->
06/16/2003 10:08:32 AM
Awesome! I just love scenes like this, and the use of B&W is just great here (and it's not often I say that). Great job of bringing the clouds out, too!
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06/16/2003 07:26:09 AM
How did you get the building so bright compared to the sky? I like the photo, compelling.
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06/16/2003 04:12:01 AM
Really nice. Infrared? Just about a perfect image. Can't find much to critique about it. I would fix that patch of grass in the front for use outside of the challenge.
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06/16/2003 01:46:49 AM
My only problem is that I don't generally associate gray clouds with "heavenly." I realize they're only gray because you converted to grayscale, but it's still a strange association.
06/16/2003 12:32:29 AM
Definetly among the highest, i cant see any flaw in this photo whatsoever. 10
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