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Old Mar 1, 2006, 1:37 AM   #1
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One day after lunch, I went for a walk downtown San Mateo and my attention wascought bythelocal architecture.
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All are very nice, Tullio. The third one is especially eye catching. Did you use the same trick you used in the 'very old house'?
I see you used a variety of cameras in this session. :-)Good for you! And for the sixth shot, I dream the next building with vivid bricks is as pretty as the one we see, if not more. The details in 'framework' clocktower are worthy of noticing, yet I cannot help but wonder the rest of the structure.
I think it's high time you started to orginize your portfolio!
Meanwhile, I have a feeling that the Architectural Photos forum is working much slower than others (if that's the phrase..), am I wrong? Imagine what coul have happened to an sculpture photos forum:G
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Hi bahadir, thanksfor your comments. At one point in time, for various reasonsI had over 6 digicams (Pana LZ2, Pana LC70 and LC80, Coolpix 4200, A610, Kodak DX6440, H1 and my latest acquisition, the S2). The photos I posted here were taken with a variety of them, as you pointed it out. The red-brick building is really not that exciting (I'll post a photo of it tonightif I happen to have one). What I liked about the one I posted was the contrast between the brick wall and the slate roof and also the architectural differences between the building and roof lines. I do have my photos organized but not that well. I have crated folders for each of my cameras but that's all. What I need to do is create folders within those folders for each type of photo (landscape, sunrise/sunset, clouds, buildings, etc.). One of these days!!!! I also agree that this forum tends to be more on the slow side as compared to the Landscape forum, for instance. Not a whole lot of comments or new postings coming. Oh well!
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