Category: B&W, Italy, Photography Tagged: B&W Sunday, photography, Teatro Olimpico, vicenza
Superbe effet d’optique en noir et blanc !
Je suis contente que tu l’as percu 🙂 Merci, Julie.
Grazie Anna. Baci…
The clouds actually look increasingly 3D towards the centre.
Very nice to read this, Allan. I had the same perception 🙂
Shows the importance of looking up. Wonderful!
I had to do some acrobatic photography with that one considering the large wooden steps in the amphitheater 😀 Thank you, LD 🙂
Superb… absolutely superb..
🙂 Your comment makes me happy 🙂
This really is an amazing shot!
A mirror image that almost made me twist my neck 😀
Another superior photo, Paula. You keep raising the bar 🙂
Stunning picture of an astonishing architect.Have a bright day Paula. Regards Jalal
Thank you so much Jalal. My best to you.
Thank you, Lisa 🙂
Why did you choose black and white, Paula? It’s a wonderful shot. I’d like to see the colour version too 🙂
The colours on this ceiling are not very vivid and I was limited by very poor light. I like how it turned out in b&w. 🙂
Me too, it’s a great shot. I was just envisioning a blue background for the clouds and the light streaming in the windows. 🙂
I also like how it turned out in b&w, plus your explanation makes total sense. Poor light can be a bitch to shoot in.
Takk Max 🙂
This is really amazing! I love the optic illusion and the B&W approach. 🙂
Thanks so much Laura. You are quite perceptive 🙂
Stunning photo Paula!
I am looking at this photo again and I still love it. There seems to be so much energy in its centre.
🙂 it is one photo experiment that really surprised me. 🙂
One of your best! This shot is so cool. It looks to me like a giant eye staring down on me. The square crop and B&W are both perfect choices. A winner for sure!
This is a mirror image of the same frame 🙂 Many thanks, Jeff!
I made a seamless diptych with a flip view of the same capture 😉
Ca, j’adore ! 🙂 Le cadrage est juste exceptionnel. 😀 (Et bravo aux artistes aussi !) 😆
Great vision. Regards.
Thank you very much, Marcos. I am too busy to look at your blog now, and will be for some more days, but I will click follow to make sure I don’t miss it. Regards, Paula
Stunning! Did you notice that it is perfectly symmetrical on the horizontal axis, but not on the vertical? Wonder why?
Madhu, this is not real. I’ve made a mirror image, that’s the reason for symmetry.
Ah! No wonder! 😀
Wow, so very real! Amazing!
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