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Tate Britain

Posted by
Ian Bramham (Manchester, United Kingdom) on 11 April 2014 in Architecture and Portfolio.

The Tate Britain art gallery which is located on the banks of the River Thames at Millbank.

NIKON D800 1/20 second F/8.0 ISO 1250 19 mm (35mm equiv.)

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Ben from Rennes, France

J'aime la douceur des "blancs" et la composition!

11 Apr 2014 6:03am

@Ben: Thanks for that Ben!

CLODO from PESSAC, France

Superb high key with the rounded shapes and inhabited by the human silhouette and its reflection on he ground.

11 Apr 2014 6:49am

@CLODO: Thanks Claude. (PS - I know you like Henri Cartier-Bresson's work. I stumbled across a fascinating interview with him here Its from 1971 but lay in an archive until a few years ago.)

Anna.C from LA ROCHELLE, France

superb composition of lines and volumes ! I like the pure whiteness !

11 Apr 2014 7:03am

@Anna.C: Thanks Anna!

Tony from United Kingdom

Beautiful composition and great timing too! I love the light look and those shades of gray depicting that beautiful architecture

11 Apr 2014 7:28am

Shiva from Berwick, Canada

I like the POV with the natural framing of the entrance and leading the eyes through. -- High key photography bringing the whiteness and shapes superbly out. The person adds to the image as well as the shadow on the shiny floor.
Regards Monika

11 Apr 2014 11:24am

Ian Smith from London, United Kingdom

I've yet to visit, but from what I see it looks amazing!
Love how well you've controlled the light tones. Do you still ETTR?

11 Apr 2014 12:39pm

@Ian Smith: Hi Ian. Yes, I still use ETTR exposure for my landscape photography. Although the D800 is far more forgiving than my old D40, ETTR is still a great way to maximise the dynamic range potential of the sensor. I wouldn't bother though with ETTR for event or wedding photography.

oldshutterhand from Germany

Very well proceeded architecture photo with that person in the back.

11 Apr 2014 1:02pm

Ana Lúcia from Leiria, Portugal

Fantastic high key.

11 Apr 2014 4:21pm

Hoshisato from Dippach, Luxembourg

Lovely find! I've visited the Tate Modern many times, never spotted this view; you're good! :-)

11 Apr 2014 4:25pm

@Hoshisato: Hi Hans - it's the Tate Britain building not the Tate Modern.

L'angevine from Angers, France

oh j'aime cette douceur du gris et cette lumière

12 Apr 2014 7:26am

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12 Apr 2014 10:46am

rem_la from Villiers, France

magnifique impression de pureté

12 Apr 2014 3:40pm

Eric C. from Un peu partout, France

Great framing Ian !

12 Apr 2014 9:57pm

DarkElf from Perth, Australia

brilliant composition and superb cleanliness that shines though the white surfaces!

15 Apr 2014 2:43am

Isa ✩ from Vaucluse, France

Superbe tout ce blanc, presque irréel...

15 Apr 2014 6:48am

@Look from Nivelles, Belgium

Une merveille !

18 Jun 2014 8:59pm

1/20 second
ISO 1250
19 mm (35mm equiv.)