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The Guarded Horseman

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This photo was taken at the Royal Palace in Budapest in Hungary. This is one of my all time favourites :-)

Unfortunately I never found out who the statues where of :'-( If anyone knows, I'd love to hear from you.
I always imagine that the eight statues are watching over the rider.
Image details
Image size
980x682px 278.27 KB
Make
EASTMAN KODAK COMPANY
Model
KODAK DC3400 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA
Shutter Speed
1/6 second
Aperture
F/3.0
Focal Length
6 mm
Date Taken
Jul 26, 2003, 10:21:06 PM
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lewcid's avatar
Very nice colors and composition. If I were you I would rotate this to get it horizontal , its at a bit of a tilt.
aussiepoida's avatar
I know what you mean... though I generally don’t edit my photos once they are taken... several people have mentioned cropping and rotating problems... I think community outrage might just sway me to edit this one... in time :-)

Thank you for your comment.
dan-o's avatar
really eye catching shot :) the off center and tilt of the shot take a lot away from this because the symmetry and straight lines are what this shot really has going for it. i think a little rotate and crop would make this much more powerful.
aussiepoida's avatar
Yeah, I should have taken more care when I took this photo. I didn’t have a tripod for this shot. The camera was resting on the side of a fountain.
As a general rule, I don't crop or rotate my photos (though I have made exceptions). I try to get the exact result I want when I take the photo. I didn’t quite succeed with this shot, which I admit. I've still got a lot to learn.

Thank you very much for your honest feedback. I hope to align my shots better in future :-)

Cheers

aussiepoida
Lumberman's avatar
Wow, this has the coolest colours! I like it. :)
lambi's avatar
The lighting is amazing, I can only imagine how much more incredible it would have been to behold it in all its glory for real.
aussiepoida's avatar
You will see it one day... there are many many years ahead of us.
chiara's avatar
again again, nice work, Poida. did you change the name of this one? :? :confused: Border?
You really have awesome borders, there's a lot i can learn from you. :hug:
aussiepoida's avatar
Yes, I but the yellowish border on it. Thank you for noticing :-) and thank you for your support. We all learn from each other... at least the armatures are :-)

Take care :hug:
arumdamour's avatar
It's again another *aussiepoida 's hit pictures!!!!!!!!!!!

I really love the illumination of the facade...

A very pro look Peter...BRAVO!!!

:hug: :hug: :blowkiss:
aussiepoida's avatar
:hug: :hug: :hug: :hug:

Thank you very much for your support :D
tatty's avatar
love it...i can see why its your all time favourite! the lighting is so dramatic..well done :) :)
aussiepoida's avatar
chiara's avatar
wow :omg::omg::omg::eyepopping::eyepopping::eyepopping::crazy: this is amazgin, the lighting is superb, it seems so enchanting...nice shot, Poida
aussiepoida's avatar
That really sounds wrong :laughing:
aussiepoida's avatar
I mean - Thank you :hug: :hug:
chiara's avatar
:rofl: ahahahahahaha hehehe :P
fairytiara's avatar
His name is Savoyai Jenő (1663-1736), prince and captain of french growth who took an active part of the liberation of Castle of Buda and captained the army againts the turkish. He had a baroque residence in Ráckeve.

Hope it's understandable =p
aussiepoida's avatar
Fantastic stuff. Thank you very much for your info :-) It is greatly appreciated. :-) :-)
fairytiara's avatar
Savoyai Jenö - DA doesn't like accents =p
aussiepoida's avatar
You are correct. I suppose I should have touched it up a little before I uploaded it. On the other hand, I quite like keeping the pictures the way they were shot :-)

Thank you for your comment. :-)

Cheers

aussiepoida
jimdownside's avatar
cropping seems a little cut off on the bottom and sides, but otherwise very cool, i like the colors.
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