hinterdensiebenbergen replied too your photo: ’Tránsito - F2.2; 1/4s; ISO 100; FL:50 mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz … ’:
‘Perfect play of light and shadows, love the lines, too!’
Thank you, Eva, but this picture came out well by chance! In such situations, I usually do a couple or three attempts at different apertures, to make sure I exposed in accordance to what I want to get in that image, but in this case I just had a shot I had to do without time to adjust the settings, so I was sure that it was a flawed image . But it was not so bad, and I’m glad you liked it!
amchphotography replied too your photo: ’Tránsito - F2.2; 1/4s; ISO 100; FL:50 mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz … ’:
'Qué luz!!! :D’
Era magnífica, Alejandro! La duda me vino a la hora de tomar la decisión de procesar en B&N o en color, ya que, en este último caso, la luz tenía unas tonalidades azuladas estupendas que contrastaban con los colores cálidos de la piedra y la puerta,con su patina de óxido. Pero al final me decidí por prescindir del color, para intentar un mayor dramatismo!
adventuresofalgy replied too your photo: ’Tránsito - F2.2; 1/4s; ISO 100; FL:50 mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz … ’:
'I just love the gradations of tones in this, representing the steadily decreasing intensity of light inside this gateway, and the lovely contrast with the grille. Beautiful use of greyscale :)’
These graduations were absolutely captivating, if you saw them there, and much richer than can be seen in the picture. When I see the results of any photograph that I may have taken in these light conditions, I always realize the large number of nuances lost in the capture, and the fact that no camera sensor (or none chemical film - do not fire me, guys :)) -) never will be able to represent the enormous amount of nuances that the human eye is capable. But I’m glad and happy that you and Algy liked it!
my-memory-palace replied too your photo: ’Tránsito - F2.2; 1/4s; ISO 100; FL:50 mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …:
'Beautiful light and contrast!’
Many thanks, Esra! I loved to see the light go that way in the door, and that was the only reason I took a photo that otherwise would not have done. The door was not in itself too interesting!
pwrettycwoldworwld replied too your photo: ’Tránsito - F2.2; 1/4s; ISO 100; FL:50 mm - © Juan Manuel Saenz …:
'Really like it. the background is so crispy. + nice pun’.
Ha, ha; …and I decided to sink my teeth into it, Nic; thank you!