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Amateur Photographer

1st Lviv, Ukraine - Ferdinand von Korff, Ireland 50pts

Ferdinand von Korff, Ireland 50pts Canon EOS 400D, 18mm, 1/50sec at f/5.6, ISO 200 Taking a photograph of architecture may seem like a simple task, but there’s so much more to it than you may think. Even when you’ve found a subject you still need to find a way of shooting it in a way that’s visually engaging and, above all, unique. Ferdinand’s method may not be unique, but it takes a photographer with a strong eye to use a well-worn technique and put an individual stamp on it. The monochrome, light and cloud are perfect elements in this winning shot.

1st Lviv, Ukraine - Ferdinand von Korff, Ireland 50pts
Amateur Photographer, Jan 7, 2015