My Photograph of the Day: Lattice

A new feature for 2018, I am posting a photograph of the day and sharing my work with you.

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The top of the area above the high altar at the Basilica de La Sagrada Familia in Barcelona, Spain. The columns represent trees and the joining of all the columns represent the forest canopy.

If I had to pick a favorite photograph I took in 2017, this one would be it. Hands down!

I just love the lattice like structure that Antonio Gaudi imagined and then had built in stone. This gives La Sagrada Familia an ethereal feeling, like nothing I have ever felt in any other building. What is achieved in this photograph, at least for me, is something special.

Of course, the columns represent trees, and the white and gold at the very top represent the forest canopy. Again, I just love the geometry of this architecture and was thrilled I was able to capture some of it in this photograph.

This photograph was made with a Sony A7RII with the Sony FE 24-240mm F/3.5-5.6 OSS.  I shot this photograph with the lens set to 24mm and the camera set at f/4.5 at 1/15sec at ISO 100.  I processed the photograph in Lightroom and did final processing in Photoshop with just a little Nik ColorEfx Pro with 35% opacity to just give the image some brilliance as I remembered it. 

To purchase this as a metal print (and it looks great adorning my wall as I purchased one myself) just go to my Fine Art America website here.

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Peace,

 

 

 

 

 

David Cote is a landscape and travel photographer who helps aspiring photographers develop the confidence and habits they need to improve their photography skills. If not selling photography at art shows or online, he can be found sharing his love and knowledge of photography with other aspiring photographers.

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