Le Clos Lucé
- September 19, 2013
- Canon EOS 60D
- Tokina 10-17 mm (Fisheye Lens)
- Shooting Style Hand Held
- Shoots Number Multiple Exposure
- Exposures Number -2,0,+2
- Editing Software Others / Photomatix Pro / Photoshop
- File Format RAW
In 1515, Francis I won the Milan area in the battle of Marignan, and invited Leonardo to come to France. The following year, the artist arrived at the Château du Clos Lucé after a journey across the Alps on mule-back. He brought with him three paintings: the Mona Lisa, Saint John the Baptist, and The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne. Leonardo was named as “The King’s First Painter, Engineer and Architect”, and received a pension of 1000 gold crowns per year. In 1519, the artist died at Le Clos Lucé at the age of 67 This is the bedroom of the artist, where he spent the last 3 years of his life before the artist died.
Before I read the lens type I thought "crap they have some structural problems" lol Nice effect and great colors
A perfect view of a beautiful bedroom. I'm sure that Leonardo would like this shot
Great shot, great detail and beautiful colours.
Composition a 10......Processing.....8+......Fish Eye, very distorting, bending of objects very unnatural and does not work for me on this type of image....6= 8
10 pour le traitement la déformation me dérange un peu
sorry this is a 10+ for me
distortion is not appropriate
Without words, great tribute to great Leonardo.
Very nice work, excellent color tones.
Not so sure about the fisheye.
A little to much fisheye for my taste. Rest perfect.