8 thoughts on “Peter Klebba”

  1. These are really nicely composed night shots. I like what you chose to photograph – especially in the second one with the pipe releasing some kind of steam or smoke. The only thing that is bothersome to me is the color seems a little bit off, I am not sure what it is maybe both have a little magenta and bottom one a little yellow. Otherwise, I typically am not drawn to night shots of buildings, but I feel you did something really interesting with these especially the way you got the lights to band out like they do. Thanks for sharing!

  2. The sunstar effect generated from small aperture seem to work better with long exposure than during the day time.
    Subtle contrast of color and shadow creates a sense of beauty, yet the light stars, though nicely captured, are too bright and thus distracting, especailly in the first picture.

  3. The sunstar effect generated from small aperture seem to work better with long exposure than during the day time.
    Subtle contrast of color and shadow creates a sense of beauty, yet the light stars, though nicely captured, are too bright and thus distracting, especially in the first picture.

  4. Formally these are just beautiful. I love your compositions with this industrial equipment. I agree that the sunstar creates a great sense of beauty in this photographs and definitely unifies them. Nice work.

  5. I am a huge fan of night photography. These two particular images are both fascinating and very beautiful. I found the color harmony within each image to be very nicely balanced. The motion blur of the steam in the bottom image is very captivating and creates both motion and a sort of surreal frozen in time moment. Keep up the good work.

  6. Impressive…i have to say the top photo is my favorite between the two, the two sunstar elements against the jet black sky and the green pipes make the picture come to life for me, and the fact that the two sunstar elements are completely different colors captured in the same image really sets it off for me

  7. While i enjoy both photographs, I feel myself gravitating more towards the top one. You managed to find balance of light and color, without looking sharpness. The sunstars in the top one are beautiful! I find that the steam on the second one almost distracts the overall composition of the scene

  8. Shooting things at night can have a huge impact on how objects are portrayed. In sunlight these industrial landscaped would read much more harsh and rugged but at night they have a beautiful glow to them. The lights create bursts of energy in the work and give the cold steel objects a nice greenish glow. In the second photo, the steam helps soften the image and gives it a hazy misty look

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