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The Marble Church

The Marble Church
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Copyright: Arturo Abbiati (artabb) Gold Star Critiquer/Silver Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 341 W: 34 N: 182] (3637)
Genre: Places
Medium: Black & White
Date Taken: 2014-07
Categories: Architecture
Camera: Nikon 5000
Photo Version: Original Version
Date Submitted: 2015-07-01 12:38
Viewed: 1077
Points: 13
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Frederik's Church (Danish: Frederiks Kirke), popularly known for its rococo architecture, is an Evangelical Lutheran church in Copenhagen. The church forms the focal point of the Frederiksstaden district; it is located due west of Amalienborg Palace. The foundation stone was set by king Frederick V on October 31, 1749

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Hi Arturo

The best shot I have seen on this site today. It's nice to see a shot that has some thought put into it and is technically competent. The post production work is also very good. This has restored my faith.


WOW ... Love this wonderful architecture, looks like b&w HDR.
Excellent work, pov, perspective.
The human presence is important, it is well thought out.

Hello Arturo! Master work. Superb composition. Fantastic effect. Good contrast and sharpness. Well done!

Good sharpness and nice idea in presenting this in B&W.

At last..........a shot on the site that has actually been "Composed" and not just a subject that has been snapped as a photograph.

It's clearly obvious you've thought about this one Arturo, and it shows in the composition.

The vanishing point is smack centre of the frame which works really well, creating an excellent sense of depth and an almost motion like force into the centre of the shot.

Beautiful contrast in the monochrome conversion, and great detail and interest throughout the shot.

I can see the evidence of some cloning/painting repairs in the post processing work, and it looks to me like you've removed a passer by or some other obstacle from the right of the frame?
Nevertheless, a very strong image and a real eye catcher,



Hi Arturo,
A very well presented HDR showing stunning architecture and I quite agree regarding the human interest. Great work.

Beautiful. So many great elements--detail, texture, action, people, architecture, story... A bit contrasty for my tastes, but a strong image.

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