Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Photos: Tour Eiffel just after sunrise from Champ de Mars

I have already taken a picture of Tour Eiffel with the rising sun behind it. While taking that picture, I wondered how this magnificent structure looked like when viewed from the side where the rays of sun directly fall on it. I had a chance to experience it and the photograph is pretty much what I saw.

When I checked the photograph using the preview button, I noticed my shadow is also in the frame. I am too lazy to alter it using computer software. Moreover, this also is a good lesson for future photographs.


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6 comments:

  1. Nice capture .The shadow can easily be cropped out but I think picture looks nice in it's original form.

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  2. Very nice. And the shadow adds an interesting "something" to the photograph. BTW, and not that I'm complaining, you seem to love photographing the Eiffel a lot :-)

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    1. :) There are two more shots of Tour Eiffel coming up. And I seriously hope there will not be another one for a while. The problem is simple. This structure is always in the frame whenever you take a photograph. Moreover, Paris is such a small city that it is difficult to remove it from the frame. :|

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