During my fist trip to Japan, my sensei kept talking about photos upwards, trying to capture the angles and shapes of a pagoda as a detail instead of the overall picture.
At some random times I suddenly feel redoing this, but most of the times I am not satisfied with what I see.
This photo I shot at Ninna-ji in Kyoto in 2011.
I just felt the colors were really standing out in this photo, enough to let me upload its beauty here.
Camera:Canon EOS 40D
Lens: Canon EF24-70mm F/2.8L USM
Filter: Kenko Zetâ 77mm Protection
Additional lighting: No
HDR: Yes, merge from three photos
Exposure: 1/60, 1/100, 1/160
Location: Kyoto, JapanThis photo is not avaliable for YOU to copy and use in YOUR own or others works without my written approval. If you wish to use this photo in any way, please contact me. I am usually very cooperative...