Arne Skinlo  


Scene in Bergen by Arne Skinlo

June 2022 - Scene in Bergen

June 2022 - Arne Skinlo

Original

About the Image(s)

This is from of the park around the home of Edvard Grieg, in Bergen. He was one of the greatest composers in Norway and also known world wide. The post processing is limited to removing some branches and some dodge and burn.
Camera: fuji GFX 50S with Canon TS lens
Settings: ISO 100, 1/15, F/10
Tripod


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4 comments posted




Larry Treadwell   Larry Treadwell
Thanks for the tour of Bergen. Turning this into monochrome really increases the impact of the image. The walkway not only makes a good leading line but adds some intrigue to the scene.

May I suggest that you finish removing the branches in the upper left corner.

I see you darkened the sky a bit, but I wonder if the two pools of water could be dimmed a bit as well. They seem unnaturally bright tome. But that is a maker's choice.   Posted: 06/04/2022 09:56:58



Michael Jack   Michael Jack
I agree with Larry's comments about the tree limbs and tonal value of the sky versus the water. Usually water is one stop darker than the sky so the bright water and dark sky seem incompatible to my eye. At least bringing them closer together would to my eye seem more natural. I like the way you incorporated the walkway, cropped in from the left and left room for the rock on the right. Nicely seen.   Posted: 06/04/2022 17:43:28



Barbara Gore   Barbara Gore
The super simple composition is a strong part of this image. In looking at your original image the water is darker than the sky however in the BW image it's lighter. Suggest reducing the brightness of the water. I like the image in BW and like the how the path leads you into the image. I also agree about the branches in the left upper corner. Well presented image.   Posted: 06/12/2022 13:14:56



Richard White   Richard White
I agree this is a very strong image, however I agree the water needs to be darker. Good composition!   Posted: 06/13/2022 17:56:56