Stan Bormann, FPSA, MPSA  


Narbonne Lamp Repetition by Stan Bormann, FPSA, MPSA

March 2023 - Narbonne Lamp Repetition

About the Image(s)

Shot at ISO 400, 1/50 sec, f/11, 66 mm with Olympus M1 Mark III with Olympus 12-100 f/4 lens. Narbone is a very nice small city on the canals of south France. This was the front of a building on our walk from our hotel to the city center.


This round’s discussion is now closed!
6 comments posted




Jay Denny   Jay Denny
The architectural brackets and the lamps create a nice symmetry. The colors play off each other nicely.   Posted: 03/12/2023 10:05:43



Norm Solomon   Norm Solomon
Hi Stan, The colors and the vantage point for this image are great. It makes me think I'm looking at France during the Belle Epoque! One consideration, perhaps cloning out the `D' at the bottom right might further ground the architecture to a time in the past. I always enjoy your travel images...they really evoke a sense of place.
Norm   Posted: 03/12/2023 14:50:35
Stan Bormann   Stan Bormann
Your point is well taken. I changed some ugly green color to grey to at least make it not so noticeable. I am not sure there is enough to clone something over it. Perhaps I put something on a layer and erase this off this layer.   Posted: 03/12/2023 17:36:53



John Hackett   John Hackett
Well seen. I like the tight composition around the lamps, maybe it could be tighter with a sliver off the right to take out the small patch of bright sky. That would also deal with the 'D' bottom left.   Posted: 03/17/2023 05:42:43



Bernie Groome   Bernie Groome
I really enjoy seeing your travel images. They give me a sense of being there. I think the beauty and symmetry of the lights would be enhanced by cropping some of the right side.   Posted: 03/19/2023 20:48:54



Harriet Ciccone
Stan - a truly great image. I would also suggest taking out the "D" sign. Possibly a conversion to sepia might be interesting.   Posted: 03/20/2023 13:37:02