Jose Luis Rodriguez  

 church by Jose Luis Rodriguez

November 2021 - church

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Technical: Nikon D750 (F/11; ISO-64; speed 1/200)

An old image captured in one of the trips around the island, a church that has nothing to do architecturally with any of this country.

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8 comments posted

Stephen Levitas   Stephen Levitas
(Group 32)
This is absolutely perfect--the bright sun on the white façade, the diagonal shadows at just the right time of day. And the whimsical addition of a person protecting themselves from that intense sun--great touch--did that present itself or did you pose it?   Posted: 11/05/2021 12:57:26
Jose Luis Rodriguez   Jose Luis Rodriguez
Thanks Stephen
The man was there, but the red umbrella, I provided it to him, I always carry one in the car, thinking of giving a note of color in the green rice fields, but here it immediately came to my head and I asked the man if I could hold it to counteract the intense blue of the sky (the photo was conceived in color)   Posted: 11/05/2021 17:14:34
Stephen Levitas   Stephen Levitas
(Group 32)
Indeed the color shot must also be stunning. Can you show it here for our interest?   Posted: 11/05/2021 19:44:42
Jose Luis Rodriguez   Jose Luis Rodriguez
Hi Stephen , here it is   Posted: 11/14/2021 09:46:05
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Lance Lewin   Lance Lewin
Gee! I love these types of architectural designs! This why I enjoy traveling through New Mexico, that enjoys similar structures.

The BW offering is fantastic!   Posted: 11/14/2021 12:24:04

Dianne Arrigoni   Dianne Arrigoni
Jose this is beautiful. So sharp and clear. Have you thought of maybe taking the b/w version and making the red umbrella red in it. I like the shadow of the steeple on the front of the church and the two windows on the right side of the building balancing out those on the left with the umbrella. Where is this?   Posted: 11/16/2021 01:30:50
Jose Luis Rodriguez   Jose Luis Rodriguez
Thanks Dianne, the chapel is located in a small town in the south of the island, Palmar de Ocoa is called   Posted: 11/21/2021 19:15:24

Debasish Raha   Debasish Raha
Hello Jose, this is a great photo of the church which pops better in B&W. The architecture of the church with the beveled edges stands out really well and the person with the umbrella is a nice element in the photo. The exposure of the all white church is well handled. Super!   Posted: 11/20/2021 13:43:46