Tuesday, 14 April 2009

The Youngs Market - Youngstorget - Oslo

35mm - f/4 - 1/50s - Iso 4500



22mm - f/4 - 1/50s - Iso 5000

26 comments:

Dagrun said...

Utrolig lite støy med så høy ISO. Imponert!

bentonflocke said...

both shots are great!!! What a difference between 35/22

Love the colours of the lights!

donnie said...

gorgeous lighting and compositions

Rune said...

Intet mindre enn veldig flotte bilder John!

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Takk :) Ja, isen var nok litt for tynn noen steder for sangsvanene :)

Ithil said...

To veldig flotte bilder av det flotte markedet! :D Fargene er herlige, og jeg er også imponert over hvor klare bildene er til tross for høy ISO.

imac said...

Wonderful shots, both of them.

imac said...

Wonderful shots, both of them.

Evita said...

What a stunning place John! It looks too perfect almost to be walked on!

Mojo said...

Stunning as always. But I have to ask... did you get the focal lengths backward, or did you just get up closer when you took the 22mm shot?

Great low light work in any case.

Arija said...

John, you really are a master of the ostensibly bare foregroud that is like the overture or prelyde and leads us to the subject matter beyound.

Mari said...

Awesome shot - I just love yoru work!

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Great pictures, this building has a real roman feel to it.

That is the chicken said...

Interesting pictures...I prefer the second shot. I really like the shadows of the benches and the deep dark shadows in the granite slabs.

J Bar said...

Brilliant photos, as always.
Sydney City and Suburbs

The Things We Carried said...

You make even cobblestones look worth traveling to see. Not to mention the golden hued lights and orange toned walls above, that move this this textured scene from cool to warm. Bravo!

RuneE said...

Artig sammenligning - jeg går nok absolutt for det andre. ISO 5000 skulle jeg gjerne hatt...

Wenche said...

Nydeleg! Begge bilda er flotte, men likte andre bilde best. Flotte skugger av benkane.

Anne-Berit said...

Proft!

Pati said...

What a stunning place John! It looks too perfect

Hugs pati

amatamari said...

What splendor!
I do not know which to choose,
both are wonderful!

:-)

fotoboksen said...

Nydelige og stemningsfulle bilder! Hvilken lykke det er å ha et apparat som takler høy ISO. :D

Dot O said...

Bentonflocke is right! That is an amazing difference between 35 and 22.

The photos are terrific!!!

Denis said...

Nice place, and nice pictures! I appreciate the gemetry. I prefer the op picture, but it is a question of personal taste!

Merisi said...

Brilliant, simply brilliant!

The Explorer said...

John, thanks for dropping by in my blog. I do appreciate it.

Rune said...

Ja, fristelsen ble for stor, hehe, bare måtte.. Jo, det gikk over all forventening med han og kamera, og det tar faktisk overraskende bra bilder, så både far og sønn er veldig fornøyde :) minnebrikken ble fort fylt opp kan man si, hehe.