Chinese Minimalistic Door

Chinese Minimalistic Door

Chinese Minimalistic Door – Chung King Way, Chinatown, Los Angeles, California, USA

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Every Doorway on the alley known as Chung King Way in Los Angeles’ Chinatown is a work of art. This is one of my favorites. Perfect for photographic minimalism, its significance being good luck, prosperity, longevity, and happiness.

 Copyright 2015, O. Bisogno Scotti, All Rights Reserved

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Nikon D810 DSLR Nikkor AF Zoom-NIKKOR 80-200mm f-2.8D ED, exposure:  f/5.6, 1/60 sec., ISO 64, exposure program: Aperture Priority, shutter: M-up mode, Vello Wireless ShutterBoss Timer Remote, Manfrotto 3221 tripod with Manfrotto 3047 studio headdepth of field measurement: Simple DoF Calculator app.iPhone 6 +, capture date and time: 09/26/2015, 7:47 am, post processing: 32-bit HDR, Photoshop CC 2015, Adobe Camera RAW, Adobe Bridge.

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20 thoughts on “Chinese Minimalistic Door

  1. Bob Ramsak: Thanks for liking my image “Chinese Minimalistic Door”. In the 1986 movie Petty in Pink, High school senior Andie Walsh (played by Molly Ringwald) lives in an upstairs loft on Chung King Way in LA’s Chinatown. Who knows? It could very well have been filmed in this loft.

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  2. Indah Susanti: Thanks for visiting Blog-Bisogno.com, and liking my image “Chinese Minimalistic Door”. Since you are a self-proclaimed photography addict, you have come to the right place. When traveling or even around town, if I don’t have my camera…I don’t go.

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  3. “Lezlie Sokol” Painted Cloud Gallery: Thanks for liking “Chinese Minimalistic Door”. As you can see, I used my Vello wireless remote shutter release for this image…and I think the sharpness is indicative or the lack of vibration due to no cable attachment to the camera.

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  4. I keep coming back to this one. I just hooked up my old 20″ Apple Cinema Display. This monitor is giving me access to so many of the subtle details I have never before seen. For example, the door now looks to be a wrought iron security door. I see the detail of the steel mesh screen behind the red and gold. I had thought that it was a textured or weathered black painted wooden door with the symbol overlaid upon it. This is really something special.

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    • “Lezlie Sokol” Painted Cloud Gallery: Thanks, come back as much as you like!!! Yes, everything is wrought iron, and to me, this makes the door a work of art. It is also true that the steel screen behind will most likely be missed without viewing on a good graphics monitor. I’m glad you’re hooked up now.

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