Sunday, 18 October 2009

Monochrom Weekly - Oslo Opera house


This Monochrome concept came from Aileni at The Monochrome Weekly

45 comments:

Aileni said...

This building provides endless perspectives.

Tanja said...

Dette var utrolig flott, linjene leder rett til bygget, jeg må få kommet meg hit og få tatt noen bilder :)

Martina said...

I admire your wideangle architecture photos very much - perspectives and framings are always brillant!

Tunes Photo said...

Utrolig flott bilde av ett flott bygg!

webruci said...

I like the lines in the floor! the building architecture is stunning.
beautiful angle:-)

Ha fin dag.
Robert.

Ivar Ivrig said...

Stilig. Fine linjer og dybde. :-)

Sylvia said...

Extraordinary architecture! Excellent picture.

Rune (Bildebloggen) said...

Fin dybdefølelse du har fått her og lekre linjer, gjorde seg godt i s/h!

Ivar Ivrig said...

He he, jo som du ser så dro jeg hardt i Lucis-filteret, men ikke nok med det Frue, jeg brukte også 3 lag med textures i PS og satt og visket bort det jeg ikke ville ha og prøvde meg fram med opacity`en for hvert lag. Steike artig sjø :-)

Kine said...

Enomt flott bilde!! *dåner*

RuneE said...

En kraftig vidvinkel og et lavt perspektiv gjorde seg her

Elisabeth said...

Fabulous perspective! Good capture with interesting lines.

webruci said...

Thank you my Friend:-)

God bless you and your Family1
Robert

Danton said...

Very wide perspective. Nice and cool.

Lucy Corrander said...

It is like an architectural drawing. I wonder what the designers would make of this . . . their dreams coming true, I would imagine.

Lucy

Hege said...

wow - for et bilde!

Fantastisk perspektiv! Og samtidig så heldig du er som har et bilde uten fryktelig mye mennesker overalt. :))

chrome3d said...

Ice on the sea sometimes looks like that in the spring time. Like big slabs of ice moving on top of each other.

Anne said...

Sinnesykt bra igjen John.
Ukas beste i S/H kommer nok gra de under samme tak, uten tvil.

olgafoto said...

I like the lines on the floor and the great perspective

Lilli & Nevada said...

wow you captured this well

imac said...

Wonderful building John, great shot too.

ElinSire said...

Du er en mester, vet du!

Morten Pedersen said...

Kjempeflott og balansert bilde av Operahuset.

Nina said...

Riktigt snyggt! Gillar att du har så stor förgrund och himlen är vacker!

Gärdsmygen said...

Härligt perspektiv. Gillar denna byggnad och genom din kameralins blir det ständigt nya vinklingar!

rh-bilder said...

Utrolig bra bilde. Dette likte jeg kjempe godt!

Dina ... UK said...

Beautiful, the building is amazing and you have captured it perfectly.

Dina ... UK said...

Beautiful, the building is amazing and you have captured it perfectly.

Mona said...

Ännu en snygg bild från operan!

Marka said...

That's a really neat view!

Sagatun said...

liker hvordan du har plasert bygget i bildet.
flott bilde

magiceye said...

glorious!

Ferreira-Pinto said...

I guess the great architecture of this buildng and the surrounding provide us with endless and amazing views.

kazu said...

Wonderful shot!

Daryl said...

Fascinating perspective

Highton-Ridley said...

Great shot! Maybe a little foreground interest would make it better? I'd also think about cloning out the one or to dark spots on the paving stones as they distract the eye.

Excellent conversion!

Kichu $ Chinnu | കിച്ചു $ ചിന്നു said...

nice monochrome capture!!

James said...

Fantastic and futuristic.

Fernando Pagán said...

I just add my words of praise and admiratión for you photography.

Dagrun said...

Så flott et bilde.

Jeg lurer på hvorfor jeg ikke har fått med meg noen av disse bildene... tror de må ha kommet på et tidspunkt jeg ikke rakk å sjekke blogger.

Elin said...

Superbra!!

Paula said...

It's like a meadow, absolutely intriguing.

Muffin said...

kjempestilig bilde av en flott bygning. :) Jeg liker at du har mer bakke enn himmel, isteden for motsatt som kanskje er mer vanlig.

Regina said...

How awesome!

Charlotte said...

Really amazing!!