296 the gate


"Fort Pulaski Entrance" Savannah, GA (Canon G5, 2006)
click here for colors version.

Jun 5, 2006

20 comments:

Dave said...

The gate details are really cool. Nice job on the exposure.

Marco said...

Very very gladiator.. well balanced light end good choice the b&w, the second shot of yours i see and another great one.. all my compliments again!

Yanik said...

I had a look at the colour shot...For this shot, i would have to say i like the colour better...Only because of the opening in the distance...i just love the burst of light that runs through the tunnel towards you...

Lovely...

Brent Vermilyea said...

Very nice composition. You handled the tricky exposure very well. Great work as always. Cheers, Brent

àsìkò said...

very nicely composed shot

micki said...

Such a massive gate. I like how you used it to frame that equally impressive background. Great exposure all the way through the shot.

Ash said...

Excellent composition and exposure.

bruno said...

lovley b-w here too. great shadowing :)

Paul said...

Very nicely done.

Brandon Crain said...

Nice B+W

sleepless dream said...

gorgeous frame, very interesting to the eyes.. incredible textures.

love
sd

Matt K. said...

Forts like that are fun to visit. It gave me a nostalgia feel of the one I visited in Puerto Rico. Nice framing that pulls you in. =)

andresbortnik said...

great photo. great composition and rythim, the b/w tones are very nice and the perspective is cool.

matt said...

Great exposure. The dof really brings out all of that detail, and the b&w treatments is fantastic.

Legabal said...

I like this shot.
If you pass for the "Fort Pulaski Entrance" with intention of going to to the gún place: You will not be able to continue. You will continue seeing thousand coins of the light that exists in the nails of the walls, will remember remind other moments but to the fund of the tunnel the light is. You will want to be a Rock and to see the landscape with Outdoor-Exposure. Then you will continue walking.^.:)

Jide Alakija said...

Was this a HDR before conversion? Nice btw.

BrossanovA said...

Great composition. I'm wondering if you used HDR or maybe the light inside was enough...

jlbussey said...

Nice composition, I like how the knobs on the right wall are echoed by the ones on the left door. Lends itself well to b&w.

Azhar said...

Lovely shot, liking the scene wisihng for better angle.GREAT SHOT!

BobC said...

Great composition here, very nicely balanced and looks very neat. Leads you in nicely with loads of detail.