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    Antic theater of Arles ( France)

    Last week with a very cold and grey weather, a short stop to the antic theater of Arles.

    I have some doubts about this serie.

    Thanks in advance for your feeling and suggestions

    Thierry

    Antic theater of Arles ( France)

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    Antic theater of Arles ( France)

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    Re: Antic theater of Arles ( France)

    Thierry,
    #2 and #4 stand out to me for their composition and tone, I like them a lot.
    Although in #4 it looks like the building has a slight lean, yet the column does not...perhaps that is my perception?

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    Re: Antic theater of Arles ( France)

    Thanks Kay. You are right concerning the #4.perhaps that's due to a lens distorsion.

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    Re: Antic theater of Arles ( France)

    It looks like you have perspective distortion combined with a tilt in #4 (if it isn't cropped):
    this makes the building lean to the left, and it seems as if the right pillar is straight. But, both pillars should be leaning to the left, i.e. the centre of the photo (again, if no crop)

    Remco

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    Re: Antic theater of Arles ( France)

    Quote Originally Posted by revi View Post
    It looks like you have perspective distortion combined with a tilt in #4 (if it isn't cropped):
    this makes the building lean to the left, and it seems as if the right pillar is straight. But, both pillars should be leaning to the left, i.e. the centre of the photo (again, if no crop)

    Remco
    Thanks remco

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