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 By: Shane O'Neill  
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Photographer  Shane O'Neill {Karma:3054}
Project #43 Unusual Vision Camera Model Nikon D100
Categories Architecture
Film Format
Lens Nikon  12-24mm f/4G ED-IF AF-S DX
Uploaded 1/20/2005 Film / Memory Type Lexar  1GB
    ISO / Film Speed 16
Views 3706 Shutter 1/15
Favorites Aperture f/22
Critiques 11 Rating
/ 2 Ratings
Location City -  Galway
State -  GALWAY
Country - Ireland   Ireland
About This is a detail shot of the foyer inside the Galway Clinic - incorporating the spiral stairs feature which cost over ?1m to install. This was shot at dusk, I was particularly pleased with how the colour of the sky outside matched the carpet colour inside. This came at a small price though as the detail in the black leather chair is lost in the shadows outside the window. The interior light was slightly "cooled" in PS to give an overall even balance.
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There are 11 Comments in 1 Pages
Shane O'Neill   {K:3054} 1/28/2005
Thanks for the comments Tyler.

I suppose it boils down to the individual here with regard to the blue frame. A lot of my work on Usefilm will have a coloured frame of some description, I think this focuses the viewer on the actual image itself, maybe this focus would be lost if I left it just black. Usually I will select the most dominant colour within the picture and use this for the frame - its like visual re-inforcement. Sometimes it works and sometimes it odesnt. The biggest issue that people have I find is the actual size of the black frame. I like and I suppose thats all that matters!! - at the end of the day its all feedback.



Tyler Robbins   {K:904} 1/26/2005
The shot is stellar, very professional looking, could go ina brochure, the black border is ok, but lose the blue fram, it is pretty cliche. I see not everyone agrees with me. It the frame is an element for a bigger layout fine, but as part of a stand alone image it just seems cheap. Love the shot, hate the blue frame.


Joe Teng   {K:16723} 1/25/2005
Amazing! Well done! One of the best i have seen in days! Great colour!


Cheryl Ogle   {K:24494} 1/25/2005
Great shot - I hope they used it. Very nice use of curves and lines. Lovely angle.


Craig Beckman Craig Beckman   {K:422} 1/25/2005
that is a really nice shot, the blue that comes in from the windows is amazing. great picture!


Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 1/21/2005
outstanding mode and pefect light Shane..
have captured and posted a great architectural shot!
i see a just and balance colors-light!
i like this one and his "pose".. the stairs and the perspective are great!
best reagrds


Shane O'Neill   {K:3054} 1/21/2005
Thanks Hugo,

This is a private hospital, more like a 5 star hotel than a place for sick people! This was a 14 hour shoot to get everything required by the client, luckily the hospital was'nt officially opened.



Don Loseke Don Loseke   {K:32503} 1/21/2005
Wonderful interior shot. Nice work. Don.


Manu    Manu     {K:13082} 1/20/2005
Frame and inner line help make this shot. The overall composition in the frame are spot on. The only thing that nags me a little is the blue. Is there any way this could be de-saturated without changing the balcony area on the right?

1million euros....for a staircase.....!?

Cheers mate



Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 1/20/2005
Hi Shane, Very strong corporate feel about this one; the striking thing is, that it seems abandoned; not a soul in sight. Like the heavy frame and the neon-esque blue line. Works very well in this shot.




Nour El Refai Nour El Refai   {K:12481} 1/20/2005
the interior design is amazing, i can't believe, the colors and the composition are superb, 7++




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