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JDLifeshots November 29, 2018
Beautiful shot. Congrats!
 
Cintography November 29, 2018
Congratulations
 
urbansquares Jul 01
bas odlicno, svaka cast!
 
Magnifique!
 
Great shot
PRO
 
DuffyDoherty Jul 09
The linkage resulting from the lost edge is terrific! Well seen and well done!

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Behind The Lens

Location
I took this photo in a small town Keramoti in Greece. Small fisherman's village is rapidly developing into a modern colorful sea resort. I didn't find seascapes I was hoping for, so I started to pay attention to its architecure and architectural details.
Time
I don't prefer frying in the sun during the summer holidays, so I use the middle of the day to walk around and explore the place where I am staying. A few days later I knew everything about the sun position and the shadows I didn't want.
Lighting
For this shot I chose the time of the day when there were no shadows on the surfaces I wanted to photograph.
Equipment
I used my Canon EOS 1000D (Rebel XS) with Canon EF-50 f/1.8 II... nothing special about the equipment... 1/125s at f/8.0 with ISO 200 (just in case).
Inspiration
I was looking for the way to take my photography to the next level and add some simple works to my portfolio, so I decided to take an opportunity and see what I can find in a totally new place. I am very satisfied with the composition and I love the shades of blue, not to mention the diagonals and triangles which bring the dynamic into the pretty ”square” shot.
Editing
I was very satisfied with the SOOC-version, but I shoow in RAW, so I had to adjust the exposure, contrast and saturation to get the final result. I also used a healing brush to remove several stains from the rain on concrete surfaces. The distant clouds at the bottom of the frame were perfectly positioned and brought some life into an artificial concrete scenery.
In my camera bag
I always carry everything I have: my trusty Canon EOS 1000D with EF-S 18-55 mm and EF-50 f/1.8 and various filters (UV, CPL, ND8, soft and star). I taught them everything they know.
Feedback
You don't have to dream about expensive and unaffordable parts of the world. You just have to pay the attention to the details around you and you will find similar and even better architectural details everywhere you go.

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