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Frank Fremerey

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Re: Architecture & Buildings
« Reply #60 on: April 14, 2024, 18:45:37 »
traditional roof garden view in Tarifa, Costa de Luz, EspaƱa


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Re: Architecture & Buildings
« Reply #61 on: April 14, 2024, 19:47:22 »
Both look really unique.  Thank you for sharing!

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Re: Architecture & Buildings
« Reply #62 on: April 21, 2024, 04:31:17 »
The then 5 year old opera house on FP4.
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Re: Architecture & Buildings
« Reply #63 on: April 21, 2024, 09:35:35 »
That view point choice transforms the building curves into organic slopes. A barren landscape with a powerful harhs sun. The human scale works wonderful for emotional contrast ans storytelling. Round it up with the overall graphics, contrast for deptht and visual impact.

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Re: Architecture & Buildings
« Reply #64 on: April 22, 2024, 20:04:22 »
Nice view, the whole area is interesting.

Both look really unique.  Thank you for sharing!

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@Bent: yes, very interesting and still a lot of construction work going on. I was lucky that there only was three road signs in the frame from that angle.

Many thanks Bent, Akira and Thomas.


Added a shot of a sculpture on the building depicting second generation brewer of Carlsberg - Carl Jacobsen - who founded Ny Carlsberg (New Carlsberg). That's also an element of the architecture I guess.

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Re: Architecture & Buildings
« Reply #65 on: April 23, 2024, 02:07:01 »
That view point choice transforms the building curves into organic slopes. A barren landscape with a powerful harhs sun. The human scale works wonderful for emotional contrast ans storytelling. Round it up with the overall graphics, contrast for deptht and visual impact.
Thank you for commenting Paco. I was drawn to the intersecting curves contrasting with the straight lines of the paving. Overall I think the scene is quite sterile, it needed the kids in the frame to make it less "alien".
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