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The Leaning Temple of Ha Yeung

 
Don ­ Ellis
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Mar 19, 2002 07:06 |  #1

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Old subject, new slant. Ha Yeung is my village.

Don



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eland
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Mar 20, 2002 21:46 |  #2

Hi Don

Your temple picture is beautiful.
Well taken in difficult lighting conditions
with light from more than one source.

I personally would like to see it without the 'new slant'.
Because of the way our brains work probably most
viewers will be tilting their heads to the right to
register the detail of your fine image, right way up.

eland




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Don ­ Ellis
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Mar 21, 2002 00:24 |  #3

> Your temple picture is beautiful. Well taken in difficult
> lighting conditions.

Thank you.

> I personally would like to see it without the 'new slant'.
> Because of the way our brains work you will find that most
> viewers will be tipping their heads to the right to
> register the detail of your fine image, right way up.

If I have time, I'll try to take another shot. What I've tried to do here is add geometry to a familiar subject.

What I neglected to include was some information:
Canon PowerShot G2
Shutter speed: 1.3 sec
Aperture: 6.3
Image quality: Raw

Thanks for taking the time to write.

Don




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eland
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Mar 21, 2002 00:31 |  #4

Thank you for your reply and comments Don.




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Griffin
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Mar 21, 2002 02:05 |  #5

I guess the writing in the temple means the good wil and right-doings of their ancestors will be remembered and sung in the future.




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Don ­ Ellis
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Mar 23, 2002 21:38 |  #6

Thanks for that, Griffin.

It's now official... I went back to the temple, shot another "half roll" in normal unslanted mode, and they range from ordinary to terrible. I guess people will have to look at this one half-cocked.

Don




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