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Thread: Evening at Louvre

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    Default Evening at Louvre

    A cold winter evening at the pyramid of Louvre museum, Paris.
    Taken using Nikon 28-70mm lens on Kodak negative film.
    Last edited by tsdh; 10th August 2002 at 04:16 PM.

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    Ver nice... except for the usual converging vertical problem.

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    nice... nothing wrong with the converging verticles
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    Nice. Converging vertical isn't a 'problem'. Gives a sense of height.

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    Originally posted by Jerome
    Ver nice... except for the usual converging vertical problem.
    yeah... you're right. I wanted to put the background building's rooftop in middle of the frame while framed with the silhouetted pillars, unfortunately I'm not tall enough, nor can I move backward. (There is a locked door just behind me). So I tilt the camera a bit, causing the convergence pillars.

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    very nicely taken....i like it alot.
    has alittle journalistic view...

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