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Michael, that's a sensational shot!
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Originally posted by Micholand Micholand wrote:


"Sensational architecture"

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Originally posted by mariuszlo mariuszlo wrote:

This building, VIA 57 West, which I showed on the previous page, looks quite different from the other side of the river

I like this view better Mariusz
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This building, VIA 57 West, which I showed on the previous page, looks quite different from the other side of the river:

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"Sensational architecture"

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This building is really confusing its viewer!
Puzzling, excellent take of it!

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A Manhattan building designed by Bjarke Ingels. VIA 57 West.

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Dufferin County Court House

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Like "Frontside"
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Post Options Post Options   Quote Dopol Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 21 June 2022 at 21:04
Thanks, Peter and Fred
Part of the sporting area are some stands. I'll climb them next time I take photos there.
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Great series Domien. I had exactly the same thoughts as Jozioau (before I had read them).
The latest set with some converging doesn't bother me at all.
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Originally posted by waldo_posth waldo_posth wrote:

A great set of this extraordinary building, Domien. And as so often with our images I very much like your postprocessing.

But there is something disturbing for me. The verticals are corrected in an absolute manner (not converging above the building) - but this correction comes with a rather confusing impression: that the two large vertical masses are really torn apart in the sense that they are falling - to the (left/right) edges of the image. Maybe I am the only one who has that irksome feeling.

That would mean to tilt the verticals on the left hand side of the image a little bit to the right and on the right hand side a little bit to the left.
There is another solution for the problem (if it is a problem) which I have seen professional architecture photographers using: bring a ladder and climb it to leave the ground position. Then correct the verticals. It surprisingly works very well (even if it is a household ladder with only four steps).

I wonder what you think about this.

TFS!
When I was editing the photos I had the same ' irky' feeling.
So I checked that the verticals were ' correct' but I had to do that over and over again because it didn't feel good.
In reality, for larger buildings, perfect verticals are not necessary. Half the photos one sees of larger buildings converge.
I give it a try

clearly converging

Frontside


backside


The converging certainly isn't disturbing, I think
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