3 of Five

At the TATE Modern. London, England.

TAGS: [London, Minimalism]

July 7, 2010 | 25 comments
London Minimalism

EXIF: Aperture: ƒ/11 | Exposure bias: -4/6EV | Focal length: 45mm | ISO: 200 | Shutter speed: 1.6s |



25 comments

  • oscar on 07.07.2010 @ 11:45

    I like the detaills, fantastic

  • george@minimalistics on 07.07.2010 @ 12:42

    The things that you make pictures out of are quite extraordinary. As is the way that you compose them...

  • jelb on 07.07.2010 @ 12:54

    bonsoir,
    A great graphic serie..Amazing lightness and sharpness..bravo!

  • yz on 07.07.2010 @ 13:30

    interesting shot, very creative framing

  • rian on 07.07.2010 @ 14:22

    museum, eh? must be some sort of art installation.. or maybe not..? i guess the artist is the one who took this.. ;D

  • JJ on 07.07.2010 @ 15:54

    You have such an eye for amazign shots, simple and yet stunning

  • sherri on 07.07.2010 @ 16:08

    A terrific lineup. I like the stainless.

  • Otto K. on 07.07.2010 @ 18:39

    excellent. you do these so well.

  • don on 08.07.2010 @ 09:56

    Fine job of selection to produce a fine composition and excellent picture.

  • Charles Dastodd on 08.07.2010 @ 10:41

    super minimalistic shot!!

  • hoi on 08.07.2010 @ 15:58

    What are those for? Disposing of something sinister...me hopes.

  • fabrizio on 09.07.2010 @ 02:00

    very cool and interesting context

  • grapf on 09.07.2010 @ 02:47

    creative and a bit cross-grained this image. I like the red thing on the lower left side-

  • Heidi on 09.07.2010 @ 02:52

    Wonderful! That's a real you!

  • Andrey Samolinov on 09.07.2010 @ 08:26

    Especially good little red fire extinguisher
    Great work

  • Céline on 09.07.2010 @ 11:32

    Nice composition !

  • Ben on 10.07.2010 @ 07:29

    Cool framing and great light. The fire extinguisher makes it even better!

  • Klaus on 11.07.2010 @ 05:44

    What a perfect framing and a good image building. Like the reflections on the metall

  • Nestor Antonio on 12.07.2010 @ 08:00

    Impressive and interesting.

  • rhys on 12.07.2010 @ 09:21

    this is superb, the quality of light is perfect

  • LightningPaul on 13.07.2010 @ 16:09

    A long exposure time, did you use a tripod? What that allowed in the museum.

    Nice image but very very tight composition, especially at the left.

  • Tulna on 15.07.2010 @ 08:07

    I'm curious too about how and why the long exposure... I love the result though.

  • Fernando Rodríguez on 18.07.2010 @ 07:27

    I Like a lot this shot. Beautiful, minimalistic and whit a touch of terror really impressive.

  • Turnbill on 19.07.2010 @ 07:20

    Excellent composition! The lighting is great!

  • Mark Johnson on 15.08.2010 @ 00:10

    I don't know what the heck they are, but they make for a cool picture.