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Postcard from Stockholm 4

By carlzon
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Bonniers Konsthall
Bonniers Konsthall in the centre of Stockholm is a new venue for Swedish and international contemporary art. With exhibitions, seminars, publications, a studio for guest artists and much more, Bonniers Konsthall aims to support the emergence of and to promote encounters with new art.
Glass, steel and concrete
Bonniers Konsthall was designed by the architects Johan Celsing Arkitektkontor. The building’s clothes-iron shape, with its façades in glass and steel, follows the curve of Torsgatan. The art facilities takes up the entire ground floor, with an area of 1890 square metres, of which 700 are for exhibition space. The other four floors house offices used for other purposes.

Website: [link]

Edit: I have made some small light adjusting

Canon 350D
Sigma 10-20 mm @ 10 mm
1/125 sek f/11.0 @ ISO 100
HDR made of 3 exposures generated from a single RAW file. All HDR and tonemapping work was done in Dynamic Photo HDR. Some further light and shadow, curves, levels and channel mixer work was done in Photoshop CS
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Anubis-noise's avatar
Nice shot and nice hdr-job
bolduke's avatar
Great capture of a magnificent structure. kudos.
inkandfish's avatar
Photograph & architecture. Superolli:)
rubberman542's avatar
Love the perspective you chose here, the wide angle adds such wonderful effect and the dynamic sky is the perfect finishing touch. Beautiful work! :clap:
cosmorama's avatar
Looks like the devil is sitting in profile, sipping his coffee in his office. Well, that's what the shadow of the tree in the window looks like. cool, I like it!
brendmckay's avatar
sleurope's avatar
buildings with that program use to be much more radical in their image.

only watching this closelly in reality
Ann-McLaren's avatar
How I would love to see inside that beautiful building..
chaian's avatar
ooh - you're very good at these!
wish I could get cards like these in touristy places.
denis-bd's avatar
this is very nice
thr33face's avatar
i think the HDR process gives it some strange look. the brightness seems to be inconsistently distributed.

i'd say: good subject, but the realization doesnt't appeal to me.

have a nice day.
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