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Art & Architecture - Day 24


Another day with interesting meetings. While visiting central Copenhagen for a meeting I walked to the nearby Skuespilhus - (House of Acting) - an architectural master piece placed alongside the harbour front and just opposite the even more impressive Opera building. The sun was shining from a blue sky and the temperature was minus 1 degree C. Perfekt weather for photographing.

Shooting against the sun is often difficult, but by watching the histogram for highlight clippings and dialing in the right amount of EV I managed to get a decent photograph where it was only necessary to add some light to the shadow areas. Otherwise only sharpening has been applied.

Nikon D300 with AF 20mm f/2.8D. ISO 200.
Exposure: 1/800 af f/11 - 1/3 EV

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