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Old May 28, 2007, 5:04 AM   #1
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I was waiting for one person to come, and enjoyed myself shooting this building:[line][line][line][line]It's a pity, that there is no blue sky over Milano in wintertime (shots are from February).. It is covered by smog..

These pics have been quite a challenge for me because of a great contrast between the sky and the walls in shadow.. But I like to share the result here.. Have a look and tell me, what do you think.. Noise is not removed, I am too lazy to do that.
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Old May 28, 2007, 7:02 AM   #2
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You've skillfullyexploited these office blocks as aesthetical objects
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Old May 28, 2007, 7:06 AM   #3
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Very nice composed shots, nice work
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Old May 28, 2007, 8:50 AM   #4
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u make me want to take breaks in that office area.
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Very nice pictures although somewhat neck braking (smile)

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Old May 30, 2007, 8:36 AM   #6
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Thank you one more time for having a look!

Torgny.. wrong impression.. the building was not very high.. well.. if you meant you have to do some gimnastics to make the angles right.. - this is exactly what you needafter spending hours on PC.. :P
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digitalgal,

Yes, that is quite an idea. I like these photographies very much. As expressed it makes the angles, forms , colours lift from the physical into the abstract

The natural instinct may be to seek points of reference. Interesting is when something gets abstract enough to put the natural search for orientation aside.

On the other hand. Have you noticed that when you want to adjust a horisontal line (for instance the sea) the correct angle feels unnatural for quite some time.

I suppose that is an illustration to the fact(?) that the eyes/brain can adjust to many different conditions

Sorry for being tiresome (smile)

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very nice colour and angles, good work :-)
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Very nice, #1 especially.
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DigitalGal wrote:
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I was waiting for one person to come, and enjoyed myself shooting this building:[line][line]

[line]It's a pity, that there is no blue sky over Milano in wintertime (shots are from February).. It is covered by smog..

These pics have been quite a challenge for me because of a great contrast between the sky and the walls in shadow.. But I like to share the result here.. Have a look and tell me, what do you think.. Noise is not removed, I am too lazy to do that.
Interesting form and frames. Love them. Noise or no noise is not a huge deal. Great shots nonetheless. I consistently ignore overexposure, underexposure , noise and even composition in my shots. You have sharp eyes for some objects seemingly featureless to most people.

I do bldg shots in winter as it was the only thing worth being photographed in winter (in Toronto)

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