Dreynschlag at Castle Liechtenstein and the Stephansdom

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Dreynschlag at Castle Liechtenstein and the Stephansdom

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Hi there!

Dreynschlag and I (as the photographer) had two photoshootings lately.

One at the gothic Stephansdom church in Vienna, the other at the Castle Liechtenstein.

Both galleries can be found HERE

And a few nice shots:

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many more at the above linked gallery :)

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Awesome :shock:
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The first shot in particular looks like a late C15 Dutch/Italian painting - absolutely brilliant :D
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Looks a lot like 'The Girl With The Pearl Earring'.
Beautiful photos. I love the church one-so much going on.
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Thanks :)

i especially studied the webgalleries a few days before to find out about perspective, handholding, how and where the proponents look, etc.
But the boys and girls did it fine by themselfes :)
and had specifically chosen appropriate lenses/focal lenghts to gain that compressed perspective so typical for late medieval paintings.

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