Daniel De Cort  

Ssst baby is sleeping by Daniel De Cort

October 2019 - Ssst baby is sleeping

About the Image(s)

I made in it Cawl, Germany. It is a part of the windows of the local photography shop.
I used: 1/750 sec, f13, ISO 320, 46mm.

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5 comments posted

Isaac Vaisman M.D.   Isaac Vaisman M.D.
Daniel, interesting image created from a difficult vantage point, since we get keystoning (distortion) of the image for pointing the camera up. The image is balanced for the presence of the three windows, being the central one harboring the baby image lying in a hammock and the other two showing different contents. The three windows are framed by the decorative elements in the wall. I used a combination of Adobe Camera Raw and Photoshop (Warp) to straighten the windows and eliminate the keystoning effect. It is sharp.   Posted: 10/08/2019 15:51:37
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Hassan Sadek   Hassan Sadek
Interesting photo with the repeated shapes. the lighting is soft and beautiful and image of the baby in middle is catching the eyes. If someone is standing there and looking from the right side window, it could be more interesting.   Posted: 10/23/2019 04:06:44

Gloria Sprung   Gloria Sprung
Daniel - good eye for seeing this group of three and one is not like the others. The touch of red around the window frames and the geometric shapes of the triangles and rectangles all make this an interesting image. The "baby" is a touch of reality and the curves of the hammock makes a difference and nice contrast against all the straight lines.. Good job! (Agree with Isaac's adjustments)   Posted: 10/23/2019 07:44:39

Jim Mayo   Jim Mayo
Three framed pictures within a picture. Having one blind closed and the other open I think adds interest. Isaac's master manipulation is very good.   Posted: 10/25/2019 18:48:46

There is so much to like here with the overhead beams, rough window frames against and framed stucco siding. As Jim pointed out, the three window scenes adds to the interest and of course the baby in hammock. Wonderful! I thank Isaac for his commentary and "keystone" corrections. Great tip.   Posted: 10/28/2019 16:13:30