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Old May 1, 2007, 9:32 AM   #1
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[align=center]New Appartment Block

There are new buildings going upin in my area

this one caught my eye with it'sunusual brickwork.

It's 4 appartments with a penthouse on top.



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F/5 1/60 sec 100 iso 44mm

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F/9 1/80 sec 100 iso 18mm

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Old May 1, 2007, 2:56 PM   #2
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very good photos musket, you have done a nice job on them.
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Old May 1, 2007, 4:48 PM   #3
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Nice to see that they build in old fashion style. Very sharp and clear. CouldnĀ“t help lifting out what I like the most

The gable
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Nice to see that they build in old fashion style. Very sharp and clear. CouldnĀ“t help lifting out what I like the most

and the roof

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Old May 2, 2007, 4:54 AM   #6
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Thanks for viewing and the comments..........musket

'nice crops'. Yes it's interesting to see old fashioned styles

haven't gone away.



I've often wondered what equipment the Estate Agent's

photographer's use to provide photo's for advertising and sales

brochures, websites etc, a lot of their shots would have to include

interior shots as well. I'll look this one up to see :idea:

http://www.ericcairns.co.uk/property...ls&image=0


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Very nice there Musket, but the last picture seems a little crooked or is that because of the steep hill.
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Yes looks crooked to me as well :-)

Ithink the perspective of the wide 18mm as well as a slight incline

made it hard to straighten. If I only could have stepped back

further, to take this shot and not used the wide angle on the lens,

but other buildings prevented me retreating back any further, I suppose

Icould havemoved more to the centre of the building or made several

sectionshots and stitchedthem together to cope with the perspective.

Something to think about next time :idea:thanks .....musket



P.S that has started me thinking ..so i downloaded a demo vers of ImageAlign

and tried a quick keystone correction for this result




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I think, it is a very beautiful building.. incredible.. because latest architecture examples have been mostly horrible.. it's time to come back to the well known an recognised values.. Well done! I like your images..
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So nice to see a building witha meaningful style on these days!

Well done musket
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