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Image Title:  Peephole
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 By: Marco Vredegoor  
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Photographer Marco Vredegoor  Marco Vredegoor {Karma:7301}
Project #41 Perspective Camera Model Fuji F10
Categories Architecture
Film Format Digital JPEG
Portfolio Lens Fujinon 8-24mm
Uploaded 4/25/2006 Film / Memory Type Fuji XD picture card 1GB
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Views 376 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/
Critiques 7 Rating
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Location City -  Den Haag
Country - Netherlands   Netherlands
About Housing blocks in the new district Ypenburg near The Hague. The look through with the different colors behind eachother is an original feature of the buildings. I added the frame in this picture to get an even better perspective.
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There are 7 Comments in 1 Pages
kksksksk . kksksksk .   {K:701} 5/12/2006
I like this image..very good perspective what makes the image much more intresting and gives the color..but very intresting arhitecture..
Good work,regards!


Marco Vredegoor Marco Vredegoor   {K:7301} 4/28/2006
hi alberto, thanks for your comment(s) you have a good point with your crop, I really like it. With my crop I left the sand in because it balanced the brown color of the stones. But without the sand the picture also works pretty well. It is a nice example of how to crop a picture in different ways.


a. gianfranco baccelli a. gianfranco baccelli   {K:21379} 4/28/2006
This one pic is very beautiful. Compo and colours are great. Maybe I would have cut the brown ground... See the pic.


a. gianfranco baccelli a. gianfranco baccelli   {K:21379} 4/28/2006
This one pic is very beautiful. Compo and colours are great. Maibe I have cut only the brown ground...


selami Torun   {K:9397} 4/26/2006
Good composition and perspective Marco !!
good work


Marco Vredegoor Marco Vredegoor   {K:7301} 4/25/2006
Thanx for your comment Ashley. I can see how that crop of yours adds to the depth of the perspective, but it draws the color from the foreground of the picture. That was the main reason why I choose to crop it like that. With your crop you loose the grass on the bottom pretty much, so the perspective is basically lost there. But thanx for trying, I hadn't given that crop a fair chance.


Ash     {K:9427} 4/25/2006
Nice capture. I like the perspective created by the look throughs, also the reflection in the water adds interest.

If you want to use the frame to add more perspective, I would crop the image the same relative dimensions as the opening in the wall, with the centre of the opening in the centre of the photo. This would draw you right in.

Here is a quick example of what I mean about the crop, I didn't frame thouch.


new crop



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