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Nov 01, 2008 11:56 |  #1

I have been by both of these buildings a hundred times. This morning, the sun was on this first one and it looked really nice, and I though, Hmmm, that would look nice in HDR. so I went back to shoot it. As I was leaving, I looked across the street at the second building, and did a double take. While much smaller, it has the same foundation and the same roof line, so I shot it too. It didn't have morning sun on it yet though, but PM saved the day. :)

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Nov 01, 2008 15:02 |  #2

I like the way the clouds are in the second, but they kind of look a little wonky on the right. Both shots look good anyhow!


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Nov 01, 2008 15:22 |  #3

Thanks Doogie. The problem with these building is, they are so big, even with the wide angle I still had to get back pretty far, losing detail. Still, I did like the colors of morning sun on red brick. :)


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Nov 01, 2008 15:29 |  #4

Yep, that morning sun, and the evening sun ! What do they call that in photography? Happy Hour or something like that?


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Nov 01, 2008 15:35 |  #5

HAHA, I call it good luck. We have more cloudy days here than London does I think. :)


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Nov 01, 2008 18:13 |  #6

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Yep, that morning sun, and the evening sun ! What do they call that in photography? Happy Hour or something like that?

lol..Golden Hour

Happy hour is usually between 5pm and 7pm monday to friday and usually involves beer and spicy chicken wings.


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Nov 01, 2008 22:41 |  #7

like the details in the first image and the clouds in the second one...

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Nov 02, 2008 04:26 |  #8

Thanks Craig and Avi. That first building use to be a brewery I guess, now turned into apartments. Pretty neat, as it looks like a building within a building when you look inside. :)


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Nov 02, 2008 14:16 |  #9

lol..Golden Hour


Happy hour is usually between 5pm and 7pm

ah ha----that's right, thanks

and I don't think we should be limited to 5 and 7, haha :p


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Nov 04, 2008 17:05 |  #10

I really like that 1st shot Mitch.




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Nov 04, 2008 17:16 |  #11

Thanks Julian. I was just driving by it and the sun on those bricks made me decide to turn around and go back for some shots. Then I saw the building across the street with the same architecture. :)


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Nov 04, 2008 17:35 as a reply to canonloader's post |  #12

Love the colours in these. So vivid and alive without being oversaturated. The clouds are doing wierd things in the second shot, but I like the effect, it makes it interesting.


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Nov 04, 2008 18:43 |  #13

Thanks Woodsie. Yes, the clouds are weird, but that's what they were doing. Even I noticed it when I took the set. I liked the ripple effect to the left side, but there was no way to reposition or exclude the part to the right where it all ran together. I really added that shot to show the similarity to the two buildings. I had never noticed that they were obviously from the same architect. :)


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