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Dec 21, 2018 13:40:19   #
Vienna74
 
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like.
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#1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano.
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#2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning.
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#3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better.
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Salvatorkappel
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Kleeblattgasse
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Kleeblattgasse
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Dec 21, 2018 13:53:50   #
Architect1776 (a regular here)
 
Vienna74 wrote:
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like.
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#1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano.
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#2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning.
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#3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better.
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Dec 21, 2018 14:05:23   #
frjack
 
These are great. Similar to the side streets in Ljubljana.

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Dec 21, 2018 14:35:15   #
srt101fan (a regular here)
 
Vienna74 wrote:
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like.
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#1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano.
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#2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning.
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#3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better.
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When in Vienna I generally go out a little before ... (show quote)


I love your shots of the Kleeblattgasse. Can you tell me how you did #2? I've never done a pano, but I think of them as long horizontal images. Yours is almost square!?

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Dec 21, 2018 14:54:11   #
Longshadow (a regular here)
 

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Dec 21, 2018 15:13:18   #
UTMike (a regular here)
 
Thanks for the wonderful tours!

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Dec 21, 2018 15:18:08   #
Vienna74
 
I shot three vertical frames on #2. On #1 I shot 8 landscape, 4 on the left half stacked and 4 on the right.

srt101fan wrote:
I love your shots of the Kleeblattgasse. Can you tell me how you did #2? I've never done a pano, but I think of them as long horizontal images. Yours is almost square!?

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Dec 21, 2018 15:20:34   #
srt101fan (a regular here)
 
Vienna74 wrote:
I shot three vertical frames on #2. On #1 I shot 8 landscape, 4 on the left half stacked and 4 on the right.


Thanks!

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Dec 21, 2018 15:22:09   #
Just Fred
 
I spent five years of my early childhood in Vienna. It's truly an ageless city! Thanks for the reminders.

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Dec 21, 2018 21:08:13   #
rgrenaderphoto (a regular here)
 
Vienna74 wrote:
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like.
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#1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano.
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#2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning.
.
#3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better.
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When in Vienna I generally go out a little before ... (show quote)


Really nice, I love #2.

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Dec 22, 2018 06:26:44   #
steve49
 
Lovely shots. I have a trip to Vienna coming up.
Beautiful city.

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Dec 22, 2018 07:55:39   #
traderjohn (a regular here)
 
Vienna74 wrote:
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like.
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#1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano.
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#2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning.
.
#3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better.
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When in Vienna I generally go out a little before ... (show quote)


Nice pictures.

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Dec 22, 2018 08:01:39   #
jaymatt (a regular here)
 
Nice!

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Dec 22, 2018 08:55:36   #
JayRay
 
Great photographs!

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Dec 22, 2018 10:20:22   #
Susan yamakawa (a regular here)
 
Vienna74 wrote:
When in Vienna I generally go out a little before sunrise to shoot some of my favorite out-of-the-way spots in the Inner City. Last week I had only two rain-free mornings so I was not able to visit everything on my list, but I still managed to come away with a few I like.
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#1 - Renaissance architecture is not common in Vienna. Between the Turkish siege of 1529 and the Counter-reformation, most of the imperial funds were not invested in new construction. The Salvatorkapelle, a church dating to the mid-14th century, added a side portal in about 1520 and it is a gem of Italian Renaissance style. This used to be nearly impossible to photograph due to the presence of a parking spot that was always occupied. I few years ago the city widened the sidewalk and eliminated the parking spot. This was an 8-frame pano.
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#2 - One of my favorite little streets is Kleeblattgasse. 3-frame pano, a little before sunrise on a very dark, overcast morning.
.
#3 - This is Kleeblattgasse as I shot it in September of 2016, a little after sunrise. Shot with an 18-140 on my old D7200. I like this composition better.
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When in Vienna I generally go out a little before ... (show quote)

Thank you for the tour

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