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Apr 28, 2006 19:49 |  #1

Snaps of DCH can be found here:
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Apr 28, 2006 21:03 |  #2

Very nice. I bet some of these B&W's would make awesome wall-hangers


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Apr 28, 2006 22:56 |  #3

Looks intimidating!!




  
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Apr 28, 2006 23:03 |  #4

Nice shadow and lines. BTW your sendor needs cleaning.;-)a



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Apr 28, 2006 23:03 |  #5

oops sensor.....



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Apr 29, 2006 02:06 |  #6

Love your archi shots..Contrast, simplicity..
awesome. :D


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Apr 29, 2006 08:11 |  #7

I'm a sucker for this kind of shot. I love it when a complicated structure is broken down into simple elements; line, texture, shadow. Good eye.


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Apr 29, 2006 08:50 as a reply to  @ SWPhotoImaging's post |  #8

SWPhotoImaging wrote:
Very nice. I bet some of these B&W's would make awesome wall-hangers

Thanks SW ... maybe I should have a go on a 13x19.


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Apr 29, 2006 08:55 as a reply to  @ 85lesabre's post |  #9

85lesabre wrote:
Looks intimidating!!

LOL ,,, never saw it that way ... but the lines are so curve and sweeping as opposed to angled that the effect isn't harsh. The neighbors were pissed thought. Orginally, the titanium plates were shiny ... and the convex curves were reflecting and focusing light into some condos ... sort of burning a hole through their drapes... some the plates were reworked to give them a brushed finish and a dull appearance.


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Apr 29, 2006 08:57 as a reply to  @ Keiffer's post |  #10

Keiffer wrote:
Nice shadow and lines. BTW your sendor needs cleaning.;-)a

Yeah ... I know ... it's always freakin' dirty. I'm down to copperhilling it once a week. Thought the clone got most of the problems. *sigh*


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Apr 29, 2006 08:59 as a reply to  @ dissembled's post |  #11

dissembled wrote:
Love your archi shots..Contrast, simplicity..
awesome. :D

Thanks Dissembled ... usually I shoot stuff that moves .. it was nice to shoot something where I could think more than react


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Apr 29, 2006 09:01 as a reply to  @ BottomBracket's post |  #12

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I'm a sucker for this kind f shot. I love it when a complicated sructure is broken down into simple elements; line, texture, shadow. Good eye.

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Apr 30, 2006 19:37 |  #13

Such a photogenic building! Your shots are great.

Here is one of mine.

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Apr 30, 2006 23:26 |  #14

Shanni =

Nicely done. Your shot looks more like an architect's rendering than a photo.


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May 01, 2006 00:40 |  #15

Thanks. The pic is HDR...I took 6 different shots and blended them in Photomatix. :) I love the soft tones and colors that turned out.

I have more shots here (external link).


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