Brian Davis  


Main nave Sagrada Familia Barcelona by Brian Davis

January 2020 - Main nave Sagrada Familia Barcelona

January 2020 - Brian Davis

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January 2020 - Brian Davis

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About the Image(s)

From your comments last month you appear to like the work of Gaudi so I thought about adding another from the visit, this time in the main nave looking east and upwards.

All the best for the New Year to you all


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8 comments posted

Betty Drinkut   Betty Drinkut
Interesting view.   Posted: 01/10/2020 10:52:38

Dr V G Mohanan Nair   Dr V G Mohanan Nair
Interesting image. There is a lot to observe. Image is sharp. Lighting looks good. The 3D separation of the pillars are good. To me, something is missing in the image, may be a center of attraction? or is it due to over crowding of objects?   Posted: 01/16/2020 12:47:51

Nick Muskovac   Nick Muskovac
As Mohanan said, there is a lot to look at. IN my opinion, there is some depth of field lost shooting upward. the pillars do show off nicely.   Posted: 01/22/2020 14:34:41

David Allen   David Allen
Great image when I looked at it with SPM and 3D glasses. On my monitors it looks small and with 3 images , it seems rather flat and hard to see the 3D affect. A bit wider image separation for the images would have made it better. Using SPM and glasses I can see all the pillars, near and far and it's a much more interesting image. I kind of wish I was there in person.   Posted: 01/23/2020 20:44:44

Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
I assume the lack of depth in the far areas is due to the base limitations of a Fuji. In cases where the depth of the scene is greater than the width this is exaggerated even more. It would have been easy to also take a cha cha and use the best 2 out of 4. Otherwise an excellent image.   Posted: 01/31/2020 11:38:28
Brian Davis   Brian Davis
I do not fully understand your comments as it was taken on a Nikon D850 sequentially.   Posted: 01/31/2020 13:04:25
Steve Wessing   Steve Wessing
Well, then I'm incorrect.
Still, when I'm shooting sequential stereos I often take a third shot or more to have more base/depth options. The same advice still applies.   Posted: 01/31/2020 15:01:44
Brian Davis   Brian Davis
Steve

If you take three or four then how do you select which images to use in SPM   Posted: 01/31/2020 17:02:43