The Photographic Community for the Four Thirds Photographer
MyFourThirds.comPrivate Folders > Gevork Mosesi > 6th street Art Deco Lifeguard tower, South Beach.

6th street Art Deco Lifeguard tower, South Beach.

6th street Art Deco Lifeguard tower, South Beach.
Copyright ©2004, Gevork Mosesi

Photographer: Gevork Mosesi
Folder: Gevork Mosesi
Uploaded: 2004-Dec-28 17:20 EST
Current Rating: 7.83/6 (Weighted rating: 7.90)
View all ratings
Delete my rating
Copying allowed: No
Camera: Olympus E-1
Lens: Olympus 14-54mm f2.8/3.5
Lens Adapter: None
ISO: 100
Aperture: 6.3
Shutter Speed: 1/200
Focal Length: 14mm
Flash: No
Tripod/Monopod: No
Critique Level: Honest with Encouragement

Comment/Rate Critique Guideline Share this Image

Are my eyes going Again?

There seems to be a halo round the building. Its odd.

Rex Waygood HoF ¤1 $ at 17:35 EST on 2004-Dec-28 [Reply]


Its due to the Midnight filter I used which gives it some blur. Youre eyes are just fine.

Gevork Mosesi1 at 17:42 EST on 2004-Dec-28 [Reply]



I think this is a very interesting image, despite tha fact that the horizon appears to be a bit tilted.

I'm not familiar with a "midnight filter". I see the halo Rex mentions. Does the filter also account for the somewhat unusual, but pleasing, appearance of the clouds?

Best wishes...


Joe Sneed HoF ¤1 at 18:55 EST on 2004-Dec-28 [Reply]

Nice Softness

Gevork -- The lighting, combined with PS effects, make for a very pleasing image. I'm going to have to find that filter, or perhaps try for the same effect with a blur layer mixed with a sharp layer. I've used that for portraits, but not yet for architecture/landscapes.

Gordon Ownby ¤1 at 00:15 EST on 2004-Dec-29 [Reply]

The horizon.

The horizon looks tilted because I'm facing the object at an angle with the widest folcal length. If i were looking at it from 0 degrees, it would not appear tilted.

Gevork Mosesi1 at 01:44 EST on 2004-Dec-29 [Reply]


I'm sorry, I meant to say 90 degrees. Not 0.

Gevork Mosesi1 at 01:46 EST on 2004-Dec-29 [Reply]


i like the effect and the colors.

i also try sometimes this blur-effect (i combinate a blurred and a sharp layer). but its difficult to find the right image thats meets that effect. here it fits.

i would like to view it a bit larger.

michael hoefner HoF Win ¤ $1 at 03:49 EST on 2004-Dec-29 [Reply]


Gevork, interesting effect and shot. I also like the colours, they are refreshing especially this time of the year, when here everything is grey and gloomy.


Yvonne Steinmann HoF ¤ $1 at 04:46 EST on 2004-Dec-29 [Reply]