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Photographer Hugo de Wolf  Hugo de Wolf {Karma:185110}
Project #21 Alone Camera Model Nikon F100
Categories Architecture
Film Format
Portfolio Dossier Iran
Lens 400mm
Uploaded 2/26/2004 Film / Memory Type 1/90'
    ISO / Film Speed 0
Views 1542 Shutter f 8
Favorites Aperture Fuji NPH 400
Critiques 35 Rating
5.68
/ 26 Ratings
Location City - 
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About On the same square, I tried to capture the fascade of the mosque, when this small boy cycled into my viewfinder. Too good to let 'm go.....
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There are 35 Comments in 1 Pages
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stingRay pt.4 . stingRay pt.4 .   {K:250254} 7/15/2006
...............CONGRATULATIONS....................

Well done to you Hugo for another well deserved award. The details in this shot are magnificent and the colour tones are beautiful. The little boy with his bike create the scale for this wonderful example of Islamic architecture. Well done once more dear Hugo. Very best wishes to you....Ray

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Hamed Noori   {K:6805} 9/30/2005
Good shot .

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Kamran  Kamran     {K:3526} 5/11/2005
Nice pic great capture..tell me is this in iran

kamran

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Grisellidys Alsina Grisellidys Alsina   {K:978} 4/2/2004
I like the art work and the colors! Great architecture and the boy gives a proportion sense with the place.... Congrats

Grisel

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ahmed refay   {K:548} 4/2/2004
i like the mokarnsat in this one

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WALT MESK   {K:10691} 4/2/2004
a good composition....
walt.

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 4/2/2004
amazing "the litle boy and the giant"
congrats
roby

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Lori Stitt   {K:75282} 3/1/2004
WOW, beautiful! Again, the sign of the times! I love this image, everything about it! Again, I am mesmerized over the detail of the artwork.

Lori :)

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Gerhard F   {K:2820} 2/29/2004
great photo - for me the boy is the vital element!

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tom rumland tom rumland   {K:14874} 2/28/2004
We should really be doing this over email. Too bad they don't have a feature to selectively make your email address visible. First you should know that I "cheated" in that picture. It's pushed to ISO 1600 which is why it's so noisy. I'm in my photo discovery phase and learning something new every time I push that release button. My method involves trying the same composition many different ways. Most of the time, at least one attempt will work. In any case, with all that in mind, how would have I exposed this? Spot meter on the shadows under the doorway and push down 1-2EV. Maybe even push to ISO 400. You could also use an ND filter and make the exposure longer but the kid would probably move. It might even be as simple as trying it with a polarizer.

Take care,
tom

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tom rumland tom rumland   {K:14874} 2/28/2004
the child definitely makes this pic. it's a bit overexposed, tho. i really pictures of mosques, esp. the interiors but we don't get to see too many. is it not allowed? just curious.

btw, thanks for great comment you left me. very educational and constructive. exactly what i was looking for.

take care,

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Dubravko Grakalic   {K:25235} 2/28/2004
good photo

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Jose Ignacio (Nacho) Garcia Barcia Jose Ignacio (Nacho) Garcia Barcia   {K:96391} 2/28/2004
magnificent.

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Yutaka Itinose Yutaka Itinose   {K:22586} 2/27/2004
Woah!Super capture!

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Jeff Cartwright   {K:52046} 2/27/2004
Hi!....Hugo : Excellent Photographic Architectural Scene, Composition, enhance by the Kid on the Bicyle....Wow! what a Scoop!....well done Hugo!!!

Regards:
Jeff.

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genious anonimous   {K:-45} 2/27/2004
I liked the contrast of shapes beetwin the kid in the bike and the Mosque. Regards

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B:)liana    {K:30945} 2/27/2004
Beautiful architecture. and great contrast little/big
Kiss, Biliana

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MaryBell    {K:32791} 2/27/2004
life versus static - wish the line across the top were parallel with the ground...hmmm although it does appear that the bottom of the stairs are parallel - now how does that work?

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Hugo Pierre   {K:15692} 2/27/2004
Shot at the decisive moment! Excellent composition, very well done.
Regards, Hugo.

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Roberto Arcari Farinetti Roberto Arcari Farinetti   {K:209486} 2/27/2004
a perfect shot of magic architecture!
roby

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L B.   {K:13965} 2/27/2004
Bedankt voor je comment op me sneeuwklokjes, ik denk inderdaad dat jou versie, de ietsjes lichtere er misschien beter uit ziet. Bij mijne hangt er een soort grijze waas over, goed idee voor de volgende om aan te werken!
Dit is heel mooi gebouw gefotografeert vanuit een verassende hoek. Ik vraag me af waarom het jongetje ze fiets juist daar heeft geparkeerd. Het zonlicht doet fantastische dingen met de kleine boogjes in de koepel. Heel heel mooi effect! Sinds ik zelf met de frames bezig ben kijk ik er aandachtig naar bij andere! Deze ziet er mooi uit, wat iedereen al zegt kleuren vanuit de foto gebruiken, dit heb jij denk ik ook gedaan. Bij deze foto is een passende frame lastig te vinden denk ik, aan de bovenkant heb je zoveel blauw wit blauw wit met ook nog bruin ertussen door dat bijna elke frame daar gaat afstoten. Ook bij jou denk ik dat het frame daar een grotere rol opeist dan de foto, omdat het er zo hard tegenover staan. Maar overall nog steeds een perfecte foto!
Groeten, Lex

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Paolo De Maio   {K:34932} 2/26/2004
Great plays of shapes and architectural perspective (the small gate inside the big gate).
Polichoramtism colors against the black dressed boy and in the opposite angle a slice of black shadow....
In breif: a great shot very well composed with a title so evocative which give more strong visual impact.
Yes Duality works very well in considering the couple between F100 and NPH 400 Too.!!!
You are a teacher in photography art!
Bravissimo!!
Paolo

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jon parsons   {K:13639} 2/26/2004
Hugo, absolutely beautiful picture in every regard my friend! good work....jon

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Alan Armanini   {K:5407} 2/26/2004
Beautiful picture, wonderful colors,
Great work!!

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Thamer Al-Tassan Thamer Al-Tassan   {K:1358} 2/26/2004
Beautiful colors and detail, I can clearly read the arabic scripture. I like the shadowy part at the top. Nice use of the kid as a "scaling" tool :)

Well done...

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Saeed Al Shamsi Saeed Al Shamsi   {K:47735} 2/26/2004
What a interesting portfolio,images you've got..I like the byckle gives movment to obstkles even I prefer with non..great shot again

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Kees and Carolyn    {K:15193} 2/26/2004
Excellent shot! Beautiful architecture!!
Carolyn

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Adelino Barreto   {K:12661} 2/26/2004
Excelent photo,Hugo!
Congratulations.

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sandy c. hopkins   {K:17107} 2/26/2004
i would have to agree on not letting him go..
wonderful shot..the contast between the art work and the child are one in the same.

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Getulio Melo   {K:6481} 2/26/2004
What a beautiful, Hugo! Grandeur construction and great photo.
Regards.

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Jimmy Payne   {K:21163} 2/26/2004
Amazing photograph, Hugo. Too bad our rating scale only goes to 7.
Regards,
Jimmy

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orchid tropic   {K:5431} 2/26/2004
Hugo...:))) you created a great portfolio with unforgetable images of that Mosque....this one is so clear and details are perfect, with this little boy photo gets some life indeed...:)))) magnificent work, masterpiece, excellent lighting and owersome colors.....!!!!
my best compliments, with best wishes...Orchid

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Gino  Quattrocchi   {K:39580} 2/26/2004
Hugo!! il tuo stato un grande viaggio!!!
e il reportage fantastico
una foto pi bella dell'altra
Gino

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Mr. Arrey   {K:11516} 2/26/2004
I like this picture. A little over exposed, but a great composition.

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Teunis Haveman Teunis Haveman   {K:53426} 2/26/2004
Hugo, AN BEAUTIFUL COLOURFUL PLACE
Teunis

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