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author Lagernet (Lyle Gellner)
title Ephesus
date5/31/2002 1:10:50 AM
detailsOf Turkeys many ancient cities and classical ruins, Ephesus is the grandest and best preserved, this picture is of the famous Library of Celsus,,,..And no this wasn't taken with one of those fancy new fish eye lenses and there isn't even a tie in to fish,,just me flat on my back looking strait up and my 20MM Tokina,,100ASA print film scanned from the negative and lots of perspective adjusting in PS 6,,,.
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1 Berenice Kauffmann Abud (AFIAP /2004)   (5/31/2002 1:19:34 AM)
Very beautiful perspective!
Excellent work!
Congrats, Lyle!
2 ck   (5/31/2002 1:41:04 AM)
Great & Excellent!!!
3 celestun (Tim Perceval)   (5/31/2002 2:29:42 AM)
You have brought back the legend of Ephesus! Certainly a very classical image with great ominous presence as in the sight itself. Once again, you have taken a highly photographed location and found a whole new perspective. Excellent!
4 Terry Forrest (Teresa Forrest)   (5/31/2002 4:27:49 AM)
Wow, Lyle, what a perspective this is! Terrific! Thanks for the info., too. (8.75)
5 Texan (Paul Smith)   (5/31/2002 6:36:01 AM)
A superb job, Lyle!
6 OlgaSerg (Olga Sergyeyeva)   (5/31/2002 8:18:00 AM)
Interesting perspective, nice toning!
7 randall (more love - less hate)   (5/31/2002 9:59:15 AM)
Quite good! Very excellent perspective and sense of being among the ancient.
8 Regina Lopes   (5/31/2002 10:01:20 AM)
Beautiful angle. Congrats!
9 jdking   (5/31/2002 10:33:01 AM)
It's an excellent perspective Lyle. And you did some great work in Photoshop getting it squared up.
10 A . Rotshtein   (5/31/2002 11:41:16 AM)
11 Lockhart   (5/31/2002 2:04:03 PM)
Now this is perspective! Love the colors and the details. Your composition is right on too. Excellent work. Bill
12 ChrisC (Christopher Cove)   (5/31/2002 2:34:28 PM)
Interesting perspective. Well done!
13 Henri   (5/31/2002 4:39:37 PM)
I get dizzy - really great work
14 gmx (Gustav Miller)   (5/31/2002 4:55:15 PM)
Excellent perspective.
Very good use of a 200mm lense.
Admirable work.(9.3)
15 Michi (Michael Leps)   (5/31/2002 5:20:56 PM)
The picture gives me an excellent feeling of depth. You created a very interesting effect with your 20mm wideangle lens in combinition with the perspective correction. Never seen before.
16 robinschooley (Robin Schooley)   (5/31/2002 5:29:53 PM)
I'd be curious to see what this looked like BEFORE PS perspective correction, Lyle. 20mm is fairly wide. Good for you for getting into a position other than standing and shooting at eye level. I find it fascinating to get down low and look up, especially with a wide angle lens. I have just got to get a new scanner. What are you using?
17 jasmine (April Coleman)   (5/31/2002 7:44:49 PM)
Lyle, this is really cool and it makes me dizzy(er)just looking at it. I need to learn how to use perspective adjustment in PS. Is is a plug-in or what? (ok, I am showing my ignorance here, again). Anyway, this is a terrific shot with great toning, too.
18 SharonS   (5/31/2002 8:29:07 PM)
I was thinking the same thing as Robin. What was it like before the adjustment? I like the perspective but I especially like the textures and the toning is perfect for this. Nice work!
19 mrgetz (Thinkyouneek )   (5/31/2002 8:56:57 PM)
Looks squashed in to me.
20 archera (Roland DiSabatino)   (6/1/2002 8:51:22 PM)
Lyle ... Gotta love that perspective, not even a fish would have the eye for this! Good one!
21 detlef   (6/14/2002 1:40:43 AM)
Great perspective on this!
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