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Old Jun 9, 2005, 8:49 AM   #1
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Old Jun 9, 2005, 8:50 AM   #2
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Old Jun 9, 2005, 8:51 AM   #3
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Old Jun 9, 2005, 6:01 PM   #5
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The flower is a very nice composition and in monochrome it works for me
Street shots are very good too, with the 2nd shot my preference is for Architecturals to be vertical<this is not a hard and fast rule but a prefence in pro work>, this can be difficult to achieve at times to get all the scene in, I usually explore different distances and portrait / versus / landscape orientation,
/ try various focal lengths / max WA usually works best tho'
Also I will croutch done real low keeping the camamera plumb this maximises the foreground and helps to fit in the top part of the scene.
I always vary my vertical stance for street shots or landscapes, this is better than shooting standing up and pointing the camera up or down slighlty, certainly for a small detail of a building high up you have to point upwards, am getting a bit carried away lol.

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Old Jun 9, 2005, 6:44 PM   #6
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Thanks for tips John!
I always learn some little things which help in the future.
I did a few vertical ones in chinatown too...but had big problems with people being in "wrong places" all the time..
You know how it is - you get the shot in position and then someone walks just in the wronf place and ruins it.
Thanks again. I really appreciate advise on how to improve my photos.
Jussi.
Here is one of the vertical ones:

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Old Jun 9, 2005, 8:31 PM   #7
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nice pics :|
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Old Jun 9, 2005, 8:55 PM   #8
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Good ones Jussi!!!:|Keep it up
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