Stone Rooted by Aritz Atela
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Stone Rooted

Menacing low clouds were rolling down the mountain in west Iceland. I chose a low angle to match the cloud line with the roof and used the hollow lines in the stone wall to create this unique, moody, unseen perspective of this so famous and beautiful Buðir Church.

Shot with Fujifilm X-T2, Fujinon XF10-24mm, edited on PS2019.

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18 Comments

José D. Riquelme's picture

cabronazo

Aritz Atela's picture

Gracias! :)

Jose Luis Cantabrana's picture

Compo brutal tío

Aritz Atela's picture

Algo jarto pero que me moló al “verlo”. 😂

Alberto Moreno's picture

siempre sacando un nuevo punto de vista. brutal

Aritz Atela's picture

Jaja era complicado pero siempre hay un rincón de esos molones.

Tor-Ivar Næss's picture

Superb capture, buddy!😊🙌🏻😊

Aritz Atela's picture

thanks so much mister!

Samuel Albu's picture

Great shot! I really like also how you've chosen to portray the final image, dark-moody, it is cinematic, love it.

Aritz Atela's picture

Thanks so much man. Yeah, I kind of pursued that cinematic approach, mostly I wanted to change the typical three dimentionality to a 2D feeling too. Happy to hear you like it.

Peter Strøiman's picture

Amazing perspective you've found there. It almost makes the church look like a kit model. And great processing, it has nice moody colors.

Aritz Atela's picture

thank you Peter :)

Roger Applegate's picture

Fabulous image - reminds me of an over-under ocean shot. great work!

Aritz Atela's picture

Interesting comparison indeed! Thanks Roger :)

SANDEEP MATHUR's picture

Wonderful POV !

Aritz Atela's picture

thank you Sandeep

Mike Young's picture

All good but for me the best part is the perspective as it messes with your head and leads you to look at it over and over. Really nice shot.

Aritz Atela's picture

You are totally right. It looks like the church and the rocks are in the same distance. Happy to hear you like it Mike :)