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Le Louvre

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 10 February 2009 in Cityscape & Urban and Portfolio.

The pyramid entrance to the Louvre museum in Paris.

NIKON D40 1/125 second F/16.0 ISO 200 24 mm (35mm equiv.)

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yz from Budapest, Hungary

great geometric composition

10 Feb 2009 7:39am

@yz: Thanks yz!

MadScientist from Düsseldorf, Germany

Dramatic perspective and a very elegant subject.

10 Feb 2009 9:13am

@MadScientist: Thanks very much!

aubry from Montpellier, France

Hi,
so nice angle...and pefect contrast I love so your pictures

10 Feb 2009 9:36am

@aubry: Thanks Aubry!

zahai from Berlin, Germany

Cool composition. Love the perspective and contrast :)

10 Feb 2009 10:30am

Marie LC from Voiron, France

Good angle and perspective

10 Feb 2009 10:49am

Scene by Sharon Photography from Kingston, Ontario, Canada

as others have said before - the angle and perspective are wonderful - great work!

10 Feb 2009 11:18am

GJC from Kyoto, Japan

Such a fine composition. The rail in the foreground echoes the pyramid so well. Nice work.

10 Feb 2009 11:37am

romina from bucharest, Romania

excellent composition. i really like the over exposed look and the b&w processing

10 Feb 2009 11:45am

Cheryl from Texas, United States

super composition! looks like there are people walking on water! I love all the nice lines in this.

10 Feb 2009 11:53am

Batkoï from Salon de Provence, France

lovely perspective, nice work

10 Feb 2009 12:25pm

ZmAjEvA from Belgrade, Serbia

Perfect composition as always. :)

10 Feb 2009 12:44pm

Polydactyle from Montreal, Canada

Excellent perspective and light. Your b/w. is great as usual.

10 Feb 2009 12:58pm

613photo from Dallas, United States

Pretty cool. An oft-photographed subject being photographed often in the frame. With such strong lines I'm confused about what the subject is...the photographers or IM Pei's pyramid? It's a good sort of confusion to have, not the bad kind. Excellent and unique perspective.

10 Feb 2009 1:13pm

IanSmith from London, United Kingdom

Great shot Ian! Love the angles.
And congrats on your new website! Looks good, and hope it proves profitable for you! I'll soon have my own site ready shortly (Only a gallery based one though).

10 Feb 2009 1:33pm

hugo poon from hong kong, Hong Kong

So strong and original! Brilliant framing and composition!

10 Feb 2009 2:02pm

Reiner from Brensbach, Germany

The apart drifting lines open the picture for the viewer. You have chosen a fantastic perspective.

10 Feb 2009 3:10pm

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

unusual angle of view ! good perspective and composition with the others photographers

10 Feb 2009 3:22pm

Frida from Sweden

Cool point of view. I have never seen it from that angle before.

10 Feb 2009 4:19pm

Mirza Ahmad from Thames Ditton, United Kingdom

Nice work Ian.

10 Feb 2009 4:21pm

Vincent Bertrand from Montréal, Canada

Superb composition and work with the perspective lines to give another inverted triangle complementing the pyramid. The girl makes this shot work even better, giving a sense of dimension and composition element to "sit" (no pun) the left-most portion of the frame. Great, great work!

10 Feb 2009 5:07pm

Danny from Hong Kong

Hi Ian,

This is an excellent picture with great composition. I also like the 'Winter Mist' and '1958 Munich Air Disaster' pictures.

10 Feb 2009 5:07pm

Didier from France

Very beautiful photograph very beautiful V ...

10 Feb 2009 5:27pm

k@ from Paris, France

I read what you wrote on my dear Hugo Poon page and came back to you - not the first time i enjoy my tour in your wonderful portfolio, Ian. There are gems ! And a great variety of subjects, angles, compositions that all prove you have much more than a couple of eyes ~ love that. Thanks*
(love the geometrical compo, in today's pic, with the dialogue between reverse triangles). See you...

10 Feb 2009 5:56pm

Gonzata from Santiago, Chile

exelente perspectiva y composicion

10 Feb 2009 6:45pm

Darhy from France

Very nice black&white and the capture and framing are well calibrated

10 Feb 2009 7:54pm

Michael A. Ruscito from Not the, United States

great movement through the image

10 Feb 2009 8:50pm

Sof from Neuchâtel, Switzerland

Que d'angles.... très beau

10 Feb 2009 9:15pm

Paula Camps from Mahón (Menorca), Spain

Nice shot!

10 Feb 2009 9:35pm

Michael Paulison from United States

The triangle in front of the pyramid like that make an interesting composition. The woman photographing adds great life to the shot. THis is really well done and not the common shot. BTW... I really wish I was there enjoying the museum right now.

11 Feb 2009 3:16am

bluechameleon from Vancouver, Canada

wow! What a stunning composition! I really like this wide angle shot, the triangle taking us through the frame. Outstanding in every way.

11 Feb 2009 5:39am

Daryl from Amagasaki, Japan

Excellent composition, love the matching angles and balance against the bright sunlight.

11 Feb 2009 1:47pm

Patrick from Louveciennes, France

Beau traitement.

12 Feb 2009 7:04am

Marco from Haarlem, Netherlands

You took a place that is photographed so much and turned it into something special. Great work!

13 Feb 2009 5:42pm

Craig from United Kingdom

This is a great perspective and B&W is very good. A friend of mine was thrown out of here recently for being dressed as Elvis!!

15 Feb 2009 9:37am

NIKON D40
1/125 second
F/16.0
ISO 200
24 mm (35mm equiv.)