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    Posted: 21 April 2017 at 15:15
The second half of the day after visiting the Bucharest Zoo (photos here), we went to the Village Museum (official site). On display here there are houses and churches from all over the country, ranging from 100 to over 300 years old. They were dismantled and re-assembled in Bucharest, so they are the real thing and not replicas and they include original artifacts from the period (no photos of the interiors, unfortunately, as it was not allowed).

Below are some of them shot with the Sony A6000 and Samyang 12/2. Region and year/period are mentioned in the titles.

1.

Brasov 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

2.

Gorj 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

3.

Alba 1815
by Mihai Surdeanu

4.

Neamt 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

5.

Neamt 1773
by Mihai Surdeanu

6.

Neamt 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

7.

Neamt 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

8.

Tulcea 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

9.

Tulcea 1898
by Mihai Surdeanu

10.

Vaslui 20th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

11.

Maramures 18th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

12.

Maramures 1722
by Mihai Surdeanu

13.

Maramures 1890
by Mihai Surdeanu

14.

Maramures 1722
by Mihai Surdeanu

15.

Buzau 18th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

16.

Arges 19th century
by Mihai Surdeanu

17.

Maramures 1890
by Mihai Surdeanu


Edited by Muby - 21 April 2017 at 18:34
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Winwalloe Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 April 2017 at 15:55
Lovely! And what a beautiful day to spend time there!

I took photos there one winter, but lost them to a broken external HD (I've corrected my saving process since then!).
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Post Options Post Options   Quote dagrahph Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 April 2017 at 16:17
We have a similar place here in Wales at St Fagans near Cardiff.



https://museum.wales/stfagans/about/


I highly recommend a visit should you ever find yourself here.
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Nice series!
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Dopol Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 April 2017 at 18:00
You certainly had a good day to photograph and used it well.
Numbering for reference would help commenting.
In general (probably a personal preference) I feel you could touch back a little on the saturation or vibrance.
But apart from the fine images.
Particularly like #8 (the Mill) #11 (maramures) and 17 (the last one)
The last one for the fact that all details are lit well and it's a funny little building

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Post Options Post Options   Quote Muby Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 April 2017 at 18:33
Gentlemen - thanks for the comments!

Domien - you are right about the vibrance. I had a CPL filter on the lens, so I should not have applied the same processing as for the ones from the zoo shot without filters. Oh, and the last one is actually a door, not a building :-) . Also, I will number them shortly (I also like them numbered when I comment on someone else's shots, especially when they are so many.).
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Post Options Post Options   Quote brian33 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 22 April 2017 at 16:43
Very nice set indeed. I agree that the vibrance could be dialed back, but really, just a bit. As in fact I was enjoying the punchy, slightly HDR look to these which I think works well for photos like these in bright sunset. A nice set all around!
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Very nice pictures of the museum.
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