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11-02-2010, 07:12 PM   #1
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Woof,

A clever composition. You've picked up on the numerous repetitive straigt lines at this location really well - glazing bars, concrete slab, off board forming of the concrete wall. And the single curve...nice

What is the building?

The only thing I would have like to have seen would be the elimination of the reflections in the glass - linear polarizer.

Well done, I'd like to see more images of this building - it look interesting.
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QuoteOriginally posted by lats Quote
A clever composition. You've picked up on the numerous repetitive straigt lines at this location really well - glazing bars, concrete slab, off board forming of the concrete wall. And the single curve...nice
Thank you!

QuoteOriginally posted by lats Quote
What is the building?
Yale's Ingalls Rink. You probably know of it. It would be easy to do another shot that's been done of this. I walked round it today. This was by far the most interesting thing on the exterior to me. Perhaps I see it too much.

This is the visiting team entrance.

QuoteOriginally posted by lats Quote
The only thing I would have like to have seen would be the elimination of the reflections in the glass - linear polarizer.
Agreed. I was not prepared. I will probably re shoot this sometime with a polarizer.

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Well done, I'd like to see more images of this building - it look interesting.
I'll probably do a whole series on Yale architecture for Single in November. Next up will be something in or around the "Longhouse."

I should probably get at least one of the entrance of Ingalls, though at 28mm that's hard to do without putting myself at risk of being run over...

woof!
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