The Royal Ontario Museum is really a place to visit. Composed by several buildings, the main entrance is modern. I focused there on one part around the main entry.
Have a nice WE
Folles wing kath advise : added to the tmt 😊
July the 18th : I've added the CI that shows this part of the museum entrance
You are good in photographing architectural photos with interesting compositions and perspectives. This not an exception. The various kinds or surfaces of the building give the photo additional attraction and the sky and its reflections are an important part of the impression one gets.
guillaumejm (2016/07/16 15:14:05): Thank's a lot Lasse
Always much appreciated
I think this image could be included in this month's theme. The angle of the building shows that it is reaching for the sky. If you decide to add it, please let me know.
I love all the angles, lines and textures.
guillaumejm (2016/07/16 22:05:21): Thank you kath for the rminder
I did it, so now it is linked to tmt
From the POV, it looks like the building it pointing and reaching way into the sky and those clouds adds a sense of drama and the chromatic surface of the building makes it looks futuristic and modern. I would have crop the top off just a little bit or pan down to see more of the bottom part.
W.Lim (2016/07/21 06:20:01): Thanks for the ci, I like it too more of a street and landscape image instead of architecture.guillaumejm (2016/07/18 20:54:58): CI addedguillaumejm (2016/07/18 16:29:25): Thank's way. Panning down was not that interesting :). I'll try to add a wider pov as CI when i'll find some extra time .
La prise de vue rapproché m'a surpris, je cherchais à redresser l'image pour la voir sans le tilt, et en regardant l'image secondaire, j'ai compris que je ne devais pas corriger. Je réalise que celà fait un bail que je ne suis pas allé à Toronto. Super.