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Jan 31, 2005 11:58 |  #1

I started to renovate...


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Jan 31, 2005 12:23 |  #2

It's like the house from "Big Fish."




  
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Jan 31, 2005 17:55 |  #3

Nothing like bumping out a wall and raising the roof to get more living space! lol


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Jan 31, 2005 18:11 as a reply to  @ Geeeyejo's post |  #4

Now that's what I call a Handymans special. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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Jan 31, 2005 21:12 as a reply to  @ stoneylonesome's post |  #5

Love it, I have a often thought that a book of photo's just like this would be interesting.


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Feb 01, 2005 03:22 as a reply to  @ iowahawkeye6's post |  #6

ha ha ha
it's just gorgeous
years of love knocked it over


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Feb 01, 2005 09:28 as a reply to  @ marie's post |  #7

Thanks for all the comments. Old buildings make great photography subjects.


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Feb 01, 2005 09:38 as a reply to  @ TJ's post |  #8

TJ wrote:
Thanks for all the comments. Old buildings make great photography subjects.

The best. Lots of character in them.

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Feb 01, 2005 10:03 as a reply to  @ jgbeam's post |  #9

I guess an estate agent would say it had 'lots of character' and an 'open aspect'. :)

I like it a lot - how about a B&W version?


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Feb 01, 2005 13:50 |  #10

This is an incredible shot.




  
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Feb 01, 2005 14:06 |  #11

I agree...nice. What is the shadow in the foreground though? One of my goals is to eventually create a book portraying the backroads of Indiana....which I find interesting, because landscape photography is my least favorite type of photography...but somehow this concept has me intrigued... like old fences and barns and odd trees and old roads and cows in the fields....

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Feb 01, 2005 14:25 |  #12

I like that shot. I've always like photographing buildings like this. Something special about them.


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Feb 01, 2005 15:37 |  #13

Did you have to lighten a lot of the shadows to get it to look like that? I've been noticing that a lot of my photos taken in direct sunlight kinda look crappy cause of all the shadows.


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Feb 01, 2005 16:04 as a reply to  @ dsze's post |  #14

dsze wrote:
I agree...nice. What is the shadow in the foreground though? One of my goals is to eventually create a book portraying the backroads of Indiana....which I find interesting, because landscape photography is my least favorite type of photography...but somehow this concept has me intrigued... like old fences and barns and odd trees and old roads and cows in the fields....

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The shadow is from a hugh tree. I tried cropping to take it out but it just didn't portray the same look.


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Feb 01, 2005 16:07 as a reply to  @ Booshanky's post |  #15

Booshanky wrote:
Did you have to lighten a lot of the shadows to get it to look like that? I've been noticing that a lot of my photos taken in direct sunlight kinda look crappy cause of all the shadows.

Actually that is pretty much how it came out of the camera, just a few very minor adjustments to color and brightness.


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