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Photographer  Omar Rifaat {Karma:10141}
Project N/A Camera Model Nikon FM2n
Categories Architecture
Cityscape
Travel
Film Format
Portfolio Interaction
Places
Lens Nikon  MF 24mm f/2.8
Uploaded 10/5/2004 Film / Memory Type Fuji  Superia
    ISO / Film Speed 400
Views 387 Shutter
Favorites Aperture f/11
Critiques 7 Rating
6.00
/ 3 Ratings
Location City -  Paris
State - 
Country - France   France
About View from the behind the clock window at the Musee d'Orsay
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Alberto Pfeifer   {K:617} 11/14/2004
Hello Omar,

thanks for commenting my Eiffel Tower. so I thought I'd pay a visit to your page as well.
Apparently many people notice the view outside the clocks...good, each of us takes his own shot!

What I like in your version is the extreme DOF!!!
Any blurring in the remote plane would have made the city unrecognizable, here instead it is all very clear, including Montmartre far in the distance.
Very good!
Alberto

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Murat Harmanlikli Murat Harmanlikli   {K:7846} 10/12/2004
very good..

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Khaled Mursi Hammoud Khaled Mursi Hammoud   {K:54005} 10/7/2004
Wowww....superb omar, I like the way you composed it, with the cityscape between the clockwork as the background. Perfect B/W effect, great work Omar 7+
Regards my friend.....Khaled.

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Omar Rifaat   {K:10141} 10/5/2004
Hugo,
Thanks for your constructive feedback. It has got me thinking. I will have to go back to Paris again soon!

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Hugo de Wolf Hugo de Wolf   {K:185110} 10/5/2004
Hi Omar, Very intersting shot; the age, timelessness and history radiates from this image; especially with the city of light in the background. It would be interesting to see the same shot with a conciderably shallower DOF in comparison to this shot. I do think this photo tells a bit too much of the story; a blurry part, either in the clockwork, or in the background would leave more to the viewers imagination, which might benefit the atmosphere and tension in this shot. Still, a very creative and well balanced composition, and a very good shot.

Cheers,

Hugo

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Patrick Jacobson   {K:29151} 10/5/2004
Very interesting composition.. could be better with a dark frame.. and being more centered.. aka the exact same distance from the different part on the both sides to the frame. Great view.. good toning and light! =) Keep experimenting my friend!

Cheers

Patrick J

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George Black George Black   {K:102005} 10/5/2004
Omar, You did it again. I never thought (until now) of using such a wide-angle lens for this great architectural feature. This works very, very well, indeed. Congratulations!
Regards, --George

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